my oxygenation technique includes the smallest drop of olive oil possible (tip of a guitar string dipped in the OO) in the starter container on the morning of brewday, then quietly siphon wort into fermenter, pitch yeast
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Generally, you can use any regular, cheap ol' plastic planter with drainage holes, and bury the whole thing. It keeps most of the roots in check, plus you can pack it with really a really good soil/compost/manure mix, and dig it up if you ever move. Wish I;d done that, come to think of it...