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SKU: BL230

by Edward C Smith. The biggest problem with growing vegetables in containers is the soil dries out and loses nutrients quickly. After extensive experimentation, Ed Smith developed his "amazing POTS System" to solve those issues. POTS stands for portable, organic, trouble free, and secret soil formula. Self-watering containers, which can be bought or made, are key factors. They have water reservoirs and false bottoms that separate soil from the water, allowing air to reach the soil. Wicking systems move water from the reservoir to the soil. It's important to pair the right sized pot and reservoir capacity with the specific crop, along with an appropriate soil mix. Smith details the specific needs of a wide variety of vegetables, offers advice of best varieties for container growing and provides organic pest and disease solutions. Softcover 254pp.
by Edward C Smith. The biggest problem with growing vegetables in containers is the soil dries out and loses nutrients quickly. After extensive experimentation, Ed Smith developed his "amazing POTS System" to solve those issues. POTS stands for portable, organic, trouble free, and secret soil formula. Self-watering containers, which can be bought or made, are key factors. They have water reservoirs and false bottoms that separate soil from the water, allowing air to reach the soil. Wicking systems move water from the reservoir to the soil. It's important to pair the right sized pot and reservoir capacity with the specific crop, along with an appropriate soil mix. Smith details the specific needs of a wide variety of vegetables, offers advice of best varieties for container growing and provides organic pest and disease solutions. Softcover 254pp.

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Short Description by Edward C Smith. The biggest problem with growing vegetables in containers is the soil dries out and loses nutrients quickly. After extensive experimentation, Ed Smith developed his "amazing POTS System" to solve those issues. POTS stands for portable, organic, trouble free, and secret soil formula. Self-watering containers, which can be bought or made, are key factors. They have water reservoirs and false bottoms that separate soil from the water, allowing air to reach the soil. Wicking systems move water from the reservoir to the soil. It's important to pair the right sized pot and reservoir capacity with the specific crop, along with an appropriate soil mix. Smith details the specific needs of a wide variety of vegetables, offers advice of best varieties for container growing and provides organic pest and disease solutions. Softcover 254pp.
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