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Old 12-11-2011, 10:04 PM
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Old 12-11-2011, 10:17 PM
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I was having an issue with my truck (2002 silverado) where everytime I would turn on the ac something smelt really mildewy (SP) So I decided it was time to change my cabin air filter. Somehow, there was a leak from condensation or precip that was getting into my cabin filter located by the passengers feet. Well, as you can imagine, where there is moisture, some dust/mud, and seed, you have grass. It wasnt much, probably two dozen 2" sprouts, but it just blew my mind. No sunlight, but everything else was there. And o yeah, I have had grass growing in my truck bed too
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Old 12-12-2011, 08:32 AM
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I was having an issue with my truck (2002 silverado) where everytime I would turn on the ac something smelt really mildewy (SP) So I decided it was time to change my cabin air filter. Somehow, there was a leak from condensation or precip that was getting into my cabin filter located by the passengers feet. Well, as you can imagine, where there is moisture, some dust/mud, and seed, you have grass. It wasnt much, probably two dozen 2" sprouts, but it just blew my mind. No sunlight, but everything else was there. And o yeah, I have had grass growing in my truck bed too
You could of sold that sample to Scotts as the ultimate shade turf. Guaranteed to gro in pitch darkness.
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