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david77

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  1. Dear Forum! My first post is this: I am looking to make some homemade rectangular pots for some wild strawberries! When looking at containers, clay sprang to mind! My question is this: If I bought a standard terracotta clay from amazon -> made a small pot -> and put it in the oven at 200oC for a long time - would it make it strong enough to hold some soil as a plant pot? I read lowest clays need is 600oC-900oC, but Im curious if thats purely to give max strength. Bonus: I have also heard of 'Paper clay'. If one was to try and avoid plastics and glu
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