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Setting up a new table.
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I am going to try to double my 40 ft tomato run by offsetting the each row and tilting the plants as they grow
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As you can see by the pitchers we have started this spring planting. I found a bush type cucumber plant that only grows 3 ft. tall. That means I can grow them in the 16 oz cup system.
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Peppers

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The pitcher to the left shows a plant called Tilo growing in a 16-ounce cup.

 

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You can see that algae buildup on the perlite, that green slime, don't panic, that means that your nutrient solution is healthy.

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I am trying a different variety of tomato plants. Big boy, better Boy, lemon Boy, Beef master and an old favorite Heat Wave that does well here in Florida.

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 As you can see by the pitcher to the right I am substituting perlite for grow rocks. I am using 1 gal. painters screens to hold the perlite in the one gallon containers

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