I should probably search a little longer but=== does anyone have experience with growing their veggies in the 5 gallon bucket with the lid on to help keep the moisture in...kinda like the topsy turvy idea of holding the moisture in----but up right and letting tomatoes and cukes just fall over and hang down and also hanging the bucket/pot so you don't have to have stakes or cages?
I have seen a few tomatoes grown in five gallon buckets sitting on the ground with cages... and there was never a lid used to help hold the moisture in and they were never hanging either.
And also the topsy turvy markets that the hanging veggies don't have as many insects to deal with...is that true from your experience?
Would hanging a squash plant lesson the amount of squash bugs===personally I wouldn't think it would cause they fly. Along with White flies.
What is your opinion and thoughts. I know the bucket is not pretty but I need less work and more production.