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Re: CULT - Pot culture

On Tue, 16 Sep 1997 13:50:03 -0600 (MDT) John Montgomery
<monashee@bcgrizzly.com> writes:

>I wonder if this doesn't belong with that other myth that says you 
>put broken crockery etc. in the bottom of a pot to improve drainage. 
>fact it does exactly the opposite and hampers drainage.

Actually, the purpose of broken crockery, rocks, etc. in the bottom of a
pot is to keep your dirt from being washed out the drainage holes.  For
this purpose, it works.

Lynn Woosley
Marietta, GA
USDA Zone 8

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