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Date: 26 August 2017 Upside Down Tomato Plant How-To


At anchor I always crave produce. I want to grow my own salads aboard Seaweed. Lentil sprouts are excellent and easy to grow aboard a boat.  See the article for details. Tomatoes however would be a lovely addition. Those upside down tomato planters sold on Amazon appealed to me. The price did not. Here's how I did something similar for a whole lot less money.


We did not have refrigeration on our boat back then. Even with a reefer now, growing my own appeals to my budget.



I'd love to hear what criteria you find Absolutely Imperative.
And, have you picked out one particular brand and size that suits you?

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