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00000164.jpg (77426 bytes) 4/22/00 I bought an assortment of plants at my local garden center. Tomatoes, all kinds of pepper plants from bell to world hottest.  
00000165.jpg (73699 bytes)  I will wash off the dirt and put them in a hydro garden. It will take a while because I have to set up gardens and I bought a lot of plants. 
00000166.jpg (78044 bytes) 4/23/00 Today I will connect two gardens together to run off of one nutrient tank and pump. The pump is large enough to fill a few gardens. My two out of control puppies ate my black eye pea plants last night but I was able to save a few.
00000160.jpg (61496 bytes) 4/24/00 Today I'm putting the tomato plants I bought in my pool garden.  
00000162.jpg (58094 bytes) The plants are called Heatwave and claim to withstand temperature of 90-96 degrees F.
00000163.jpg (54711 bytes) If that is true then I should be able to grow all summer.

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