The following is a technique relating to Wintersowing.
For those of you who haven’t heard of it, Wintersowing is a method of starting seeds for your garden.
No need for complicated light setups or heat mats or any of the bother that starting seeds indoors using traditional methods is usually associated with.
No need to buy expensive seed starting flats.
You simply sow your seed in easily prepared, "found", recycled containers and set them out in the yard in the dead of winter.
They freeze, they thaw, get snowed and rained on and, come Spring, grow.
Sounds crazy but it works. Just like it does in nature.
This post deals with the issue of keeping your containers securly closed so you can move them around and water them.
This post assumes you are familier with the concept and know how to initially prepare the milk jugs.
What I will focus on here is a specific trick I came up with to secure them.