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Amazon - Botanico Potato Barrel 90Ltr, £15.91 Inc Del.

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At first i thought WOW huge bin! but then i looked closer and its a barrel to grow potatos.. seems quite interesting i thought.. no idea if its any good to the potato growers here, but i assume its ma… Read More
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At first i thought WOW huge bin! but then i looked closer and its a barrel to grow potatos.. seems quite interesting i thought.. no idea if its any good to the potato growers here, but i assume its maintenance is reduced somewhat.. Reviews look good, bar one who cant assemble it without breaking it..

It seems to be useful for something else.. i just cant pinpoint what exactly..

Terracota
Made from polypropylene
Ideal for growing potatoes on a patio/balcony
Easy to assemble
Requires just 5 seed potatoes in approx. 90 litres of compost (not supplied)
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our school got these as part of a growing scheme all i can say is they are crap cheap cardboard style plastic wouldnt pay for these at all i buy x flower buckets from morrisons 99p for 8 and put holes in the bottom works better than this x
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kebabjones
our school got these as part of a growing scheme all i can say is they are crap cheap cardboard style plastic wouldnt pay for these at all i buy x flower buckets from morrisons 99p for 8 and put holes in the bottom works better than this x


lol not trying to defend the product but its DESIGNED to be lightweight and can withstand 90ltr of compost pressure. its supposed to hold "90ltrs of compost" when in use (and not moved when in use obviously) and foldable for easy storage in winter times etc..

Its not for school kids to rugby tackle it for fun on lunchtimes.. :thinking:

Sorry but pretty much of what you said or at least the way you explained is a little flawed imo..
** Edit: oh, btw you grow potatos under the soil.. it'll be quite hard to grow potatos in a flower pot from morrisons......**

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