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Cinderblock strawberry pyramid planter

Post  billylee1965 on 7/22/2013, 10:01 pm

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Hello All,
              I have several strawberry plants that are in need of planting and after much research I really think the Cinder block planter may be the way to go.First I must explain that I live in an area that has mostly clay soil so very few things I plant do well. I had considered using tires but there is new evidence that the tires could over time degrade and contaminate the strawberries so I decided not to go that route.I had also thought of using treated lumber to build it but there again I decided not to use it either due to possible Arsenic leaching from the wood.Has anyone here ever used Block as a planter for strawberries?. I would really appreciate any advice or idea's you may have to help me make a success of my planter.

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Re: Cinderblock strawberry pyramid planter

Post  RoOsTeR on 7/23/2013, 7:47 am

Welcome to the forum Very Happy 
Try the search feature at the bottom of the Latest Topics list on the bottom left side of the page. Searching treated wood will get you many results you can research. One example:

Doing the same with strawberry pyramid or strawberries will net the same.


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