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Chris's Garden

Chris G's 1.jpg (18275 bytes) Here's a picture of my garden. It's 4" PVC sewer pipe (2 10' lengths) with 2" holes drilled on 12" centers. They're each fed by two spaghetti tubes connected to a 1/2" poly header, which runs down into a 20 gallon Rubbermaid sweater box/reservoir. Inside the reservoir there's a 265 GPH Maxi-Jet 900 power head, an aquarium airstone, and as of tonight (in the upper 20's) a 100W aquarium heater to keep the solution at 64F.
Chris G's 2.jpg (37421 bytes) Only the last half of the system is planted, because I expanded it too long after the 6 tomato plants had gotten going. There's a lonely English Pea plant crawling around now, but it's just tomatoes, and at last count there are over a hundred in varying sizes. A handful have ripened, and they were stupendous
This picture was taken about two and half months after the system was built and the transplants placed.

Chris Gkikas
University of Florida Horticulture student

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