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11/6/12 1:05 P

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Yeah we have a huge basil plant. Hate to lose it when the cool temps hit us in a few days. I was thinking of rooting some cuttings. But if you have a high tunnel and you grow some basil in a small container with protection it just might survive. I use the same 1 gal containers fill them up with water and use it like a Wall O Water. I have pretty good success with protecting tomatoes that way from freezing temps.

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11/6/12 12:37 P

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I wonder how that would work with some basil inside of my high tunnel??? I always hate when my fresh basil goes away. I don't have a place in my house to grow it... :(

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11/6/12 12:18 P

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Here is part 2 :)

Adding the discarded for the mini greenhouse/frost protection.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibZU5bulvmY

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11/6/12 7:27 A

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Thanks for the site info, I will check it out as well!

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11/5/12 11:07 P

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I'll check it out :) thanks again

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11/5/12 7:40 P

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Yeah tons of great ideas out there. One of my favorite channels is MHPgardener. That guy can grow some serious vegetables!

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Thanks. I found a few related videos as well as suggestions when done with this one. Some really interesting stuff out there. :)

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11/5/12 2:24 P

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Very clever! Thanks.

Remember, nobody can go back to the very beginning and make a brand new start, but anyone can start here and make a brand new end.

There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when it's convenient. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results."

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Your welcome :)! Was going to do a update on using the discarded part for a mini greenhouse for the self watering pot.

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Excellent! Thanks for sharing the link!

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How to make a $2.00 Self Watering Pot for your Vegetable Seed Starts / Transplants

www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYtzkbh-kWk&
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If you guys/gals find the video useful or helpful please rate, comment & subscribe to my youtube channel thanks! I also have other gardening videos if your interested.

Enjoy!

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