Soil cubers makes gardening fun!
By Marion Owen, Fearless Weeder
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Remember when you were learning how to tie your shoes?
Your fingers seemed to tie in knots faster than the laces. Eventually you learned an easier way, a huge step back then. Just like learning an easier way to tie your shoes, soil cubers give you an easier way to start your seeds...
Using a soil cuber means youll also save money and time. Since seeds are planted in 3/4-inch cubes, you wont need a lot of extra containers. Best of all, growing seedlings in soil cubes eliminates the tedious (and frustrating!) chore of trying to separate tiny seedlings from a mass of tangled roots. We've all been there. Now you don't have to go there anymore, thanks to the soil cuber.
Your seed-starting success rate will also improve because each seed, or seed clump, grows in its own cube. This means that transplant shock is minimized and youll have healthier and stronger seedlings.(For complete seed-starting tips, read my Seeding is Believing article). One more thing, using a soil cuber is a lot like playing in the sandbox. Who can resist such fun?!
Made in England of brass and sturdy plastic, soil cubers last a lifetime, which means you can show it off when you get together with your friends and family! To buy your own cuber (or to give one as a gift), visit my friendly, online store. Soil cubers cost only $24.95, plus shipping. Such a deal when you consider all the time you'll save and the headaches you'll avoid!
How to use a soil cuber
See how easy seed starting can be? Now, where did my Velcro-tie shoes go?!
If you have any questions about soil cubers, feel free to send me an email or call 1-800-253-6331 (toll free in US and Canada), 9 to 5 Pacific time. You can also find more gardening tips, recipes and other helpful information in my collection of articles.
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