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Bob's Gardens
Virginia

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NFT (nutrient film technique)...a slow stream of nutrient rich water runs constantly along the bottom of the tray. It has lettuce and basil.

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  28 strawberry plants in a 26" X 46" area.

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A drip system with a 430 watt HID light

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Tomato plants at the office. Each pot has its own regulatory valve and storage underneath the pot. The
major reservoir of 15 gallons is on the ledge behind.

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Tomato plants at twelve weeks.

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36 plants in a 40" X 72" drip system. basil, oregano peppers, lettuce, peppermint, spearmint, cilantro,
thyme

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Tomatoes ready for harvest.

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36 plants in a 40" X 72" drip system. basil, oregano peppers, lettuce, peppermint, spearmint, cilantro,
thyme

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roses, chives, onions, cucumber and a left over poinsettia from Easter

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