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    I`ve used them for pots too as well as for waterlily seedling pots
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    Hey guys, I use these black little containers that I get chinese food from on of the restaraunts here... they are black and have a clear top wich is elevated unlike other tuppawares... not cheap looking.. actually looks nice and they are sturdy!

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    I use dog-treat tubs to grow Genlisea (lobata in this case). They're clear so they let in light, and form something of a humid greenhouse for the plant.:



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    I use the pipette holder containers, seen below, to germinate seeds or cultivate Utrics. Not seen in this unclear picture is the plastic cover. There is an inner container, inverted, that has 100 holes in it to allow for drainage. It fits inside another container, that acts as "open tray". The cover keeps in the humidity for germination. Works well for leaf cuttings and gemmae as well.

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    wow, you guys are I-N-N-O-V-A-T-I-V-E! Thats what I thinking of doing, also capslock, because of excessive amount of dog biscuit containers that my dog produces.

    Jimscott, easy for you to get pipette boxes eh... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]

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    Yup, they are just a throwaway, otherwise. Everything is a tool for me. And I don't buy that phrase, "We've NEVER done it this way before" and it's equally annoying counterpart, "We've ALWAYS done it this way."

    Made another interesting discovery today: My wife, who does Children's Ministry at our church, also takes the kids to Chucky Cheese. Well I noticed these ~8 oz containers of their tokens. The bottom has two holes in it. Instant CP pot!

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    Also, you could fill it with dirt only halfway, and stick it in full sunlight... Built in light screen!

    They work great masks for skunks, too

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