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My daughter and I have planted a lot of our seeds in those peat pellets that expand when you add water to them. Today we figured out that we can easily water them with a turkey baster. The water comes out in a gentle flow. You can completely control the water pressure (depending on how hard and how fast you squeeze the rubber ball on top of the baster).
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That's a really good idea !!
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@yolos wrote:This is what I use. Don't know where you can buy them, I inherited mine from my father. But it works great.
The part that holds water is about 8 inches long.
That's a catheter tip syringe available at vet & medical supply stores. Some feed stores may have them.
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