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My Tomatoes And Peppers Are Growing!
New to Hydroponics - Want to Build a System With a Budget of $650
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Moisure (hymidity) of substrat
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Live Archive June 3 2001
|The two 11 plant gardens are still cranking after months of total neglect. (I've been putting a roof on my house.) Some plants doing better than others. These gardens are slightly covered as you can see and also under shade cloth that you can't see but are subject to some of our strong afternoon thunder showers here in Florida with no ill effects.|
|This is what a hydroponic tomato garden looks like when you don't trim or even take the time to tie up the plants.|
|When I started to tie them up, I was knocking all the flowers off so I stopped that and spayed them with tomato bloom set and I am going to wait about touching them until more tomatoes form.|
|I haven't had time to transplant my banana trees into a larger container so the largest one got so big that the system could not support three trees with enough water. So I just whacked the big one to save the two smaller trees and that worked because they aren't small anymore. I wonder how many times I can do that?|
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