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    Keeps on looking nicer and nicer Ben. Glad ya got the power strip and timer. Lookin good

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    (Not a Number @ Dec. 31 2006,6:06)
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    I saw plant trays at Lowe's 11 x 24 x 2 inches I think, heavy vacuformed plastic, $0.97 a pop.

    Hmmm.... I checked my Lowes before, I don't think there's any trays there... What section did ya look in? In the plant section, there's only Christmas stuff now, plus some houseplants and things. Not much.

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    You can get some nylon tie strips and think about strapping the power strip to one of the posts or under one of the shelves (just plan around water spills/leakage). That's what we did in the computer room at work.

    You might look into a Ground Fault Interrupter breaker between the wall socket and the power strip too. Just a little added protection if you do get a water spill.
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    Ok, thanks. I'll look into that. What section of Lowes did you see the trays in?

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    Just outside the main garden section, in the store proper, where they have all the peat growing pots and seed trays, pesticides etc. The set up varies from store to store but generally they're around where the main store enters the garden section.

    They were black plastic.

    Another thing you might check into are trays for windowsill planters. Those are usually around $5 or less.
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    Yeah, I'd have to check in spring. They only have the trays and stuff in spring with the huge seed columns. Dang this temperate climate!

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    Well, I came across a CP grower's heaven...sort of.

    www.hydroponicgarden.com

    They have trays that are 10" x 20" and trays that are 11" x 11". They also have mylar! Which would be more efficient? The shelf is 48 inches long, about 17 inches wide.

    I'll use this as a last resort because it's over the internet, but they are very cheap, and they look pretty good.

    EDIT: I've been told that there's a hydroponic place here in good 'ol Rochester, called Harvest Moon. It's only 10 minutes away, I'll try there tommorow.

    EDIT (again): There's also Sunset Hydroponics, which is a little bit farther. I'll try to check these both out tommorow if they aren't closed.

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    Drosera36 – I’ve been looking all over for a tray that measures around 13” x 38” x 3” and wouldn’t you know it but hydroponicgarden.com has a 13” x 40” x 3”! It’s not cheap, but it’s a great fit. Thanks for the link!

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