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Koos Rautenbach's Garden Project

 

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  Lettuce in gravel growing furiously -this lettuce has more than doubled in 4 days!

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 A Banana pepper but particularly showing my model-2 plastic plant pots and a base (wick fed)

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  A picture of my Hydroponic station with a variety of plants in gravel medium: Lettuce, Green pepper, Finger biennials, Banana peppers

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  Happy Lettuce in Mulch/bark medium (experiment) also wick fed

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 A Banana pepper.

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  Another happy green pepper in Vermiculite medium also wick fed

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    This Lettuce is planted in mulch (bark) by way of experiment and is wick  fed.

Clip Klauss 019.jpg (98201 bytes)  A healthy Greenpepper planted in Perlite and set in a wick feeder

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   A ''twin'' leaf of greenpepper plant -probably because it is so happy in     the feeding solution!

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