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I use the tray watering system for my carnivorous plants, but had lots of trays and pots all over the place. It was tricky to get the amount ...
We'll only be using half of the pallet in this tutorial, so start by taking off all the boards you don't need. Try to keep the slats intact, ...
Pretty self-explanatory - cut off half of the pallet. I picked the nicest half to keep, and cut off the more broken side. I kept the 2x4 in ...
Use the nails and boards that you have from step 1, and put 4 boards on the bottom of your tray. If you don't have enough boards or ...
Use a few lengths 1x1 board to tie the bottom of the box together. This also keeps the box a little off the ground to prevent rot. None ...
This holds the water. The tray liner you get should be large enough to wrap around all the sides. Since the tray is six inches tall, an extra ...
Fill the trays with water and put your plants inside. Duckweed on the top of the water reflects heat and helps prevent evaporation, and looks nice too. I've ...
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