TubTrug (11 Gallon), TubTrugs®

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TubTrug (11 Gallon), TubTrugs®

Tubtrugs are made from an ultra-flexible, lightweight food-grade polyethylene. These tubs are excellent for using as a harvest container for all crops. They can also be used for any type of job including carrying garden tools and supplies, mixing fertilizer, amending and pouring potting soil, storing tools, holding wash water, collecting compost and whatever you can imagine!
These tubs are extremely strong, especially their comfortable molded handles, and they snap right back to their original shape. Graduations are embossed on inside wall in liters for easy fluid measurement such as liquid or granular fertilizers and other soil amendments. Frost and UV proof, so you don't have to worry about leaving them in the field. Nesting shape allows them to stack easily and efficiently.
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