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We now need to cut a hole in the lid to fit your mesh basket. The hole has to be about 1/4" smaller then the top outside diameter of your basket. If you don't have any good hole cutting tools, you can use a razor (don't cut your fingers off). Drill/Cut your hole in the center of the lid.
<p>Hi - on the final photo in step number ten, there appears to be a joiner or adapter joining the two lines together. I can't find it listed in the tutorial, and wondered if I'm just missing something, or if something's actually missing? Any help would be handy. Thanks.</p>
Good question andybuda, I would also like to know how long had the plant been running for??
how much is everything on the shopping list together?
Very nice, How many can be daisy chained together? Green tomatos?
That ain't no tomato plant......<br />
That's for sure&hellip; drkart456, you did very well in your ible' about growing tomatoes but you have one bit of incriminating evidence in the last picture. MJ has a very distinct form even without the flowers and leaves. Nice roots, Thumbs Up
http://forum.grasscity.com/do-yourself/121335-lets-build-bubble-bucket-step-step.html definitely no tomatoes
i think its abit over kill what you`v done the water level indicator is a good idea inspired by a kettle no doubt but hats of to you mate thats a wicked root system il have to try this 1 day how long had the plant been running for??
could you add a step that describes how you use this bucket?<br />
You could also use bulkhead adaptors here, which might make for a better seal.&nbsp; I got mine at a local aquarium supply.<br /> <br /> Good instructable, it looks like a very effective design, I'll try it out later this summer.<br />

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