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Does anyone have a hydroponic greenhouse?
Hello...can I advertise a commercial hydroponic greenhouse for sale on this site?
Shawn Here!!! I was wondering do know if blueberries can be grown in a Hydroponic Greenhouse setting? Do you know of anygood websites or success stories regarding this topic? firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a small hydroponic greenhouse for growing my vegeatables & would like to try a few roses in it also. I would like to grow the long stem kind like one would purchase in a flower shop. My question is, does this take a special kind of rose plant, because the ones I grow in my yard do not have the long stems like you would purchase in a flower shop or is it just the way you grow and prune them? Thanks for your help. J.B.
anyone ever tried to grow roses in a hydroponic greenhouse?
I'm in the process of setting up a hydroponic system, I am going with a 400hps & 400mh I am in now in search of ideas for a sun circle. I have found them but not cheap, HELP.
Here is my first mover I built 15 years ago and it still works. Made from a barbeque rotisserie motor and a 90 degree gear reducer that weighs about 30 pounds. The light is connected to a ball barring made from a bicycle axel. The light cord is connected to a wall causing the light to rotate as the mover goes around and around. This set up will only work with one light because with two the cords would get tangled.
Hey Ron, What are your thoughts on the bubbler type systems for growing various plants, do they work better for some plants than others? I am interested because of not having to move water. Bout the best details I have found are on one that a guy is using for dope, he gives wonderful details and pictures. Here is a link, how bout giving us your opinion on this type hydro system. Thanks, DC http://www.stonernet.org/spongebud/growroom_mechanics_new.htm
Very interesting. I will study it in detail today and get back with you. I will also pick up some Rubbermaid tubs today and build a similar aeroponic Garden that uses a small submersible pump instead of an air pump.
Anyone have experience doing hydroponics outside in South Florida?
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