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Old 17-04-2003, 07:20 PM
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As title.

Last year we had a bumper harvest of these so this year, I also want to grow
some up a plastic net which is tacked on the side of our house. I plan on
constructing a wooden planting box 6ft x 8" x 8" to grow them in and just
filling it with normal compost (from a bag).

Are they likely to thrive/survive in such a box? Or, could I plant them in
a grow-bag?

Thanks

David



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David
They are shallow rooting and will be fine in a pot (watering considered).

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As title.

Last year we had a bumper harvest of these so this year, I also want to

grow
some up a plastic net which is tacked on the side of our house. I plan on
constructing a wooden planting box 6ft x 8" x 8" to grow them in and just
filling it with normal compost (from a bag).

Are they likely to thrive/survive in such a box? Or, could I plant them

in
a grow-bag?

Thanks

David




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They are shallow rooting and will be fine in a pot (watering considered).

Thanks, beans with every meal it is then :-)





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