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Crocks in Pots - A Waste of Time ?

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  • WelshonionWelshonion Posts: 3,114

    Jillofalltrades, I hope you don't regret using polystyrene when you have to pick the bits out of the compost heap at some time in the future.  Drives me mad!

  • DaisyheadcaseDaisyheadcase Posts: 315

    I use crocks for all my pots, plastic or not, because it stops the soil dribbling out when I water.  And obviously for drainage and to make large pots lighter....

  • DaisyheadcaseDaisyheadcase Posts: 315

    Sorry I hadn't finished...accidentally pressed return!

    I'm not sure that 40 plants constitutes a scientific study, it's a rather small control group and there seem to be lot of variables.  But when I buy plants from a big nursery they don't seem to have crocks in and they grow perfectly well, so maybe there is something to it.  I think I'll carry on for now and then see what happens when I run out of crocks.....(it has been known to happen).

  • sunnysarahsunnysarah Posts: 62

    I put crocks in my pots, because I always have. I don't think I could stop just like putting crosses on brussel sprouts before you cook them always done it lol

     

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