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02 Jan 2005
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I would like to sell two 15X60 hydroponic greenhouses with all heaters fans piping everything. Call me Capt. Bill 252 321 3991 or cell 252 341 9312 Greenville n,c,or email generalgoofoff@hotmail.com Thanx

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03 Jan 2005
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Dear Ron, I am a teacher at George Junior Republic School for adjudicated youth in Grove City, Pennsylvania. This year I have one senior who is interested in hydroponics for his senior project. We have looked over your website and are interested in purchasing your 11 plant garden. Would this be a good idea for a senior project? We would appreciate any comments or suggestions. Thanks Craig Wozniak

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03 Jan 2005
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Is lace rock really safe for a reef tank

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04 Jan 2005
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07:52:49
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hey im doing a proect for hdroponics and i dont no what i need?

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07 Jan 2005
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I very much enjoyed your plans for building both the 11 plant garden and the airpump garden--will probably do both but I am stumped about how liquid willnot follow the path of least resistance to the lower chamber only--what am I missing?

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07 Jan 2005
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I forgot to ask how I can come by Mr. Saffel's book. For som reason the MayhillPress website would not work for me.

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07 Jan 2005
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how to control mildew on plants

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07 Jan 2005
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16:46:16
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Hydro Ron Long time no see. I have not clicked on the board for years, but was so glad to see you have not called it quits. I cut my teeth on hydro on your board and followed it for several years. I would not have started nor kept at it without the board. I hope everyone here realizes how much time it takes to keep this going and you get very little if anything out of it except your dedication. I hope you and your brother are doing fine and you are in good health Good Growing Nurse Duckett

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09 Jan 2005
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where do I get clamshells for bibb

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09 Jan 2005
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21:43:02
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Hi my name is Anya and i grow hydrophonic watercress just wanting to know if there is anyone else growing it as there aren't many watercress sites i know of, how your doing with the growing. contact me at craidoncress@hotmail.com

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10 Jan 2005
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07:44:29
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what is the most poisonus natural subtance?

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11 Jan 2005
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10:36:07
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can hydro ponics grow cucmbers

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12 Jan 2005
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09:31:50
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what are the differences between plants being fed water vs milk?

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12 Jan 2005
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Dear Ron, I am setting up a hydroponics system in an inner-city 6th grade classroom and I want to use fish waste for nutrients. Are there any examples of this on a small scale? What plants work best for this scenario? Thank you!

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12 Jan 2005
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I am doing a science project and i need to know the affects on a plant if it is just set in water and not planted in siol can someone please help!!!

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12 Jan 2005
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17:07:45
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what, besides water, has a pH of 7?

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13 Jan 2005
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18:07:20
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Growing in coconut fiber

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15 Jan 2005
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10:29:10
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I've been growing in soil for 6yrs & want to switch to coco. Do you have any basics for me I fert with GH. I use a drain to waste system . What is up with the N lock out rumor? High sodium levels? I want to use 5 gal buckets hand water from my 55 gal resv. then eventually drip them. I have Hard water with a200+ ppm calcium level so I use the Hard h20 Micro flora. Please get back to me with anything I would love it Thanks Peace

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16 Jan 2005
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would u have any charts or graphs on your info.? Like Tomatoe plants and spinach or lettuce plants ?

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17 Jan 2005
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12:40:21
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when do you know that its harvesting time

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19 Jan 2005
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11:39:03
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how to avoid diasese

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20 Jan 2005
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02:00:09
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help with carbon filter can someone please tell me if the carbon filter should go before or after the fan? also should the filter be in the or out of the erea being teated bye the filter? have a great day azz

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20 Jan 2005
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hey im new to hydroponics any suggestions on getting started. Can you transplant to the outdoors after you start if you wish? thanks Ray Smith searay58@fuse.net

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20 Jan 2005
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Is it safe to eat vegetables grown in hydrophonics nutrient solution media comapared to those grown in soil media

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21 Jan 2005
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why don't tomatoe plants grow in the winter?

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21 Jan 2005
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14:26:03
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I have just built a greenhouse and my hydroponics are doing well.Ihave just bought a bluelab truncheon nutrient meter. could you tell me the correct readind for my tomatoes as the meter reads p p m 500 and p p m 700 in uk they use 500 and in usa 700

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21 Jan 2005
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i will growth tomato use pumice media... i have small pot...may be for 120 g pumice media. what kinds fertilizer i can use? how many dosage? how many times i give this ferlilizer? thank you very much yanet

 




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