Dustin Powers wrote:I didnt love my soil cube until I used them on a wicking watering mat. Cubes stopped falling apart, root growth in its hunt for water was stronger therefore holding the cubes together better, and I just used a mix of my garden soil and some light potting soil.
It was always the watering that broke the top corners off my cubes.
I like to use the most natural materials I can. So if anyone has other suggestions (other than newspaper, haha) I'd appreciate it.
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