Just got a flyer today - Tractor Supply has their 100-Gallon stock tanks (Rubbermaid) on sale, saving us about 12 bucks. If you are setting up a flood-n-drain growbed, the 2-foot depth is near perfect. Plants get a lot of leg room and won't clog you up as quick as the shallow beds, if ever. At Girl Scout Camp I see horses stomp their hooves in these all the time and they don't hurt 'em. I notified the "Texas" group already... Rick
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