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Picture Page 48
|we're filling up the gallon system with tomatoes as quick as they are built.|
|these tomato plants are a few weeks old.|
|we have our first tomato.|
|I'm going to try broccoli this year. You can see the green slime start to build up on the perlite but don't panic because that is natural. If it builds up too much you can always rinse off with a water hose.|
this banana tree will have to come on out of this gallon system soon.
This forty foot table system is almost full with assorted plants.
these cucumber plants are called pickle blush and they only get 3 ft. tall. Perfect for the two liter system.
I had to get some lettuce going to go with the tomatoes when they are finished.
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