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Just Joined Today 7/20/2015. I have always grown a garden, but as previously mentioned, I grew tired of playing in the Dirt. At 62, it's alot harder
anyone living in the blue mountains and running a hydro system? would like to meet up sometime.
Is there something I am missing regarding growing my BELL PEPPERS, red, yellow, & green). These plants seem to be doing not as well as the rest of my plants.
I am a very new person to this HYDROPONIC GROWING filled with tons of questions. Each year do you have to replant the vegetable plants that are growing
Looking into one of these, anyone ever used one? Pros? Cons? It's not an ebb and flow system with a bell syphon but continuos drip. Was thinkin about
I'm growing vegetables in a Dutch Bucket type system. Buckets with strainer bags with perlite in them. The feed tubing is aimed at the base of the vegetable(s),
First time hydroponic dutch bucket tomatoes. A couple of tomatoes plants are droopy and have minimal brown and yellow spots on first and second leaves.
I am just completing the assembly of a SOLEXX OASIS 8'W X 12'L greenhouse. Physically the greenhouse has one shelf, about knee high across the back. Each
Hi. This is my first time growing lettuce in a hydroponic bed. Yesterday my water was clear but this morning it's cloudy brown. What to do now?
I have been working with hydroponics for many years and successful with all types of smaller variety of tomatoes. However seem to be missing something
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