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arnjerobben

Poundland coco bricks

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Hi Guys,

Saw that my local pound store have these 10 litre potting soil (coco bricks).

Anybody used these? I'm planning on digging a block into each hole with chicken poo.

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A pound perhaps?

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For the avoidance of doubt. They are £1.

:g:

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I think you have the right idea and I would be tempted to follow suit matey. Similar products are more expensive elsewhere.

I used them in an attempt to add some body to some very clay soil. I underestimated how much I'd need and it was just comical to be honest.

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The other half brought lots of these for her gardening so I accidentally nicked a few to test them out haha

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Two weeks away from finishing a nl auto in this stuff. I gave it a good flush before using it. It's my first grow so don't know if it's better or worse than other all I can say is it did the job. Going back for some for my seedlings tomorrow

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Cheers for the heads up arnjerobben , was passing poundland today so popped in for a fivers worth. gotta be useful for my seedling mix experiments :chef:

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Seems expensive to me, well if your buying a bit like i do. I was paying 3 quid for a bale.

Blocks / Bails are best for carrying.

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EF

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Yes EF i found 60l bales for 3 quid.

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Don't forget Gents Poundland sell the nutrients as well including the PK Boost!

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How much?

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I was joking dude lol^^

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they take hours to inflate and the coir is thick shredded stuff, No Good!

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