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Market Growers: Survey: How big are pots to grow tomatoes for whole season

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Saint Louis, MO
(Zone 6a)

June 20, 2011
9:27 AM

Post #8642392

I seem to remember several growers use pots inside high tunnels to grow tomatoes in. How many gallon pots are you using to grow them for the entire season?

Also has anybody used a woven laminated container called EZ Nursery Containers nursery containers , might be made by company called Speco? Hummerts International has them in a 50 pack, 17.1 gallon capacity for $193.50 or next size is 50 pack of 24.5 gallon for $400.00. Thought these were much better prices than tree containers but not likely to last 10 years either.

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