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CULT: dividers

Well, I guess I can admit it now.
  I was wandering around Lowe's the other week and spotted some super cheap self adhesive vinyl floor tiles.  I decided to try to cut them so that I could get dividers for my seedlings.  I bought three tiles... a sample from a few price groups... to try and I think I like it. I cut them into four pieces diagonally to try, but I may try to fiddle a bit with the exact shape I use.  They're easy enough to push in if you put the point down...  and I can write seedling numbers directly on with a paint pen er sumthin.

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