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05 Sep 2004
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where does hydroponics first develop?

                                   
                                      Check here. History of Hydroponics.

 
 
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07 Sep 2004
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will this work & whats it called?? a five gallon bucket filled with water/nutrient an air rock on the bottom, the plant being held in standard basket with hydroton clay,the roots are in water 24/7 the bucket is emptied,cleaned and fresh water/nutr. added every 7-10 days.comments?? suggestions???

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07 Sep 2004
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areoponics seems to be a valid approach, anyone have any experience in that? www.agrihouse.com

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10 Sep 2004
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Do you have any information on expected crop yields for hydroponic production of veggies? Jaco, Bloemfontein, South Africa

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11 Sep 2004
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Hello I am just starting with Hydroponics. My first plants are so weak and and of are beginning to die. What it is supposed to be wrong. I live in Venezuela. Regards Hugo Perdomo

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12 Sep 2004
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when did hydrophonics start in singapore

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13 Sep 2004
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what is the recommende soil ph & electrical conductivity of sandy loam soil and compost soil used for growing swiss chard in agreenhouse. REPLY:sweetkbw@yahoo.com

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21 Sep 2004
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i am interested in building the 11 plant garden how big of a resoir do I need I mean in gallons and what type of pump do I need I already have a submersible watergarden pump the pumps 650 gps will this work? pleas respond . thanks

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22 Sep 2004
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has ay one here used bud blood

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23 Sep 2004
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Fertilizer For Hydroponics. My ? is where in southern california or online can i purchase the ingredients to mix my own formula based on dr. hoagland formula? email me liquid_smoothe@yahoo.com or reply here on the boards

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25 Sep 2004
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why does it called canadian sheild

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26 Sep 2004
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I would love a couple marketing tips on how to market a new hydroponic retail store

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27 Sep 2004
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I'm new to hrdroponics. What types of plants can I grow?

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27 Sep 2004
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i think i overfertilized,my plants shriveled,but are wet,i lowered my water level,and im running just water,i use 20-20-20,1 tsp per gallon,they were fine,until i added a lil water,and then fert.because i added water.anything i can do for over fert. shane freelance1031@yahoo.com

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27 Sep 2004
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Does anyone knows how to reduce the noise of a pump submersed in water?

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28 Sep 2004
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How do you get started

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28 Sep 2004
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i want to do hydroponics for a science fair project but i have some questions. Does it still count as hydroponics if you water your plants once a week but don't use any soil? could i just make a little rack that the plants are clipped to through a water bottle top and have the roots dip in the water? Do i have to have a "system" or is there anything way less time consuming and inexpensive i can do for my project?

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28 Sep 2004
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22:21:52
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Adjusting pH upward using sodium hydroxide, is it safe?

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29 Sep 2004
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Why are the leafs on my plants turning brown or drying out

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29 Sep 2004
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I would like to know what size pump would I need,and resovoir if I build your system to hold 22 cups ?

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30 Sep 2004
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How do you condition rockwool?

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04 Oct 2004
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08:36:46
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what is a definition of a control valve?

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07 Oct 2004
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08:48:04
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Hi! Does anyone know where to find vermiculit in Miami or close to miami?

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14 Oct 2004
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02:40:57
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I think Marijuana should be legalized and taxed, This is AMERICA why is there a question on legalizing it, hell in Amsterdam they have coffee shops that let you sit there and smoke and have a cup of coffee, every American should have that right. LETS LEGALIZE IT...

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17 Oct 2004
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i am building your pvc garden, i would like to have a 48 site setup with 2L bottles. would you have any idea how much water it will use? (how big the tank should be) and how big a pump gph to use. i will have a timer that runs 15 min on 15 min off and using grow rocks thanks walt

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18 Oct 2004
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What are the disadvantages of Hydrophonic culture?

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18 Oct 2004
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16:23:20
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I am doing a science project and I need to know the effects of incandescent light on a plant. Can somebody please help me?

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20 Oct 2004
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we are students in year 5 and wish to know how can we feed hydroponical plants nutrients?

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21 Oct 2004
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19:42:01
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what is the reaction between the salt water and the canola oil in a homemade lava lamp

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25 Oct 2004
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Dear fellow hydroponic fans We have a hydroponic barley shed which has been operational for 12months. No problems till now, suddenly we have some sort of snowy white growth attacking the sprouted seeds. Any ideas what it is? How to treat it? We are at present shutting down for a week to completely clean out the nutrient tank and dripper pipes(system).It seems to become active when the sprouts are 3-4 days old. Any help would be appreciated.

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26 Oct 2004
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what is a substance with ph of 6

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27 Oct 2004
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23:43:09
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Hi, I am From Rodrigues Island,Island Situated in the Indian Ocean,I want to start Hydroponic culture of Lettuces and Tomatoes.Want to have some advice to begin. Mail to:xtelle24@hotmail.com

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28 Oct 2004
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07:12:09
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Do plants grow faster with miracle grow orwithout it in just regular dirt?

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30 Oct 2004
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11:42:38
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Okay ron i have everything i need to get started, but my question is...how do i use your nutrients? i bought the calcium nitrate and the plantfood w/ trace elements do i need anything else to take my plants from seedling - flowering?

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02 Nov 2004
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i want to know about a reaserch question in osmosis experemint

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03 Nov 2004
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Hey Ron, Its been a while since I last visited your site great stuff as always...Anyways my question is I want to get more information on growing chilli peppers hydroponically....Can you point me to the right direction...thanks

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06 Nov 2004
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I need advice. My name is Kiyon an I am 24 years old, I live in the caribean. There is greate demand for short crops in my country, example tomatoes, lettuce, sweet pepper and cucumbers. I would like to start growing tomatoes hyderponically, but there is no help or info on such. I have a market to tap into which is to provide 5,000 lbs of tomatoes pre week. I need to be educated. A system best suits my climate,size of greenhouse, seed that can be used, equipments and plans needed for construction, training in the field of hydroponics so I can also help others help themselves. kiyonhenry@hotmail.com what ever you offer will be of use to me in developing my business plan. Thank You.

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06 Nov 2004
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This is Kiyon I meant 5,000 lbe tomatoes per month

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08 Nov 2004
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what kind of lights are good for inside

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08 Nov 2004
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hi i was wonder when growing with a very cheap basic hyder sys like a 75 dollar one what size pot would be a good size to go with im growing one plant but will have to start with 2 fem. male plants email me at vapor666@hush.ai thanks

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09 Nov 2004
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Where was the first hydropnic system built? Yes I am a rookie!!

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09 Nov 2004
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hi, anyone has a plan, under the bed or in a corner of his mind, about a greenhouse having its structure made of bamboo? thank you

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10 Nov 2004
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urgent!!! does anybody know where i can get strawberry seedlings ASAP.

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12 Nov 2004
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I'm reading a book on hydroponics, and it has an example that I want to try, but I am having trouble finding some parts. The list is as follows: One length of Marley Flowline UPVC square section-guttering 6.5ft (2m) long by 4.5in (11.4cm) wide. Four stop-ends for the square-section guttering. Four support brackets for the square-section guttering. A length of black UPVC electrical conduit, 0.8in (2cm) outside diameter. (This is sold at DIY stores as PVC round conduit heavy gauge black 2cm X 2m. Two tank fittings to adapt the conduit tubing into the UPVC house guttering. These are sold as 20mm adapter with male bush black. An alternative to the conduit and tank fittings could be the downcomer unit sold with the guttering; this is, however, much larger and more suited to the greenhouse system. A cold water UPVC tank sold as 4 gallon/18 litres with lid. If a larger tank can be accommodated then this would give longer periods between solution changes; the nutrient balance should be maintained using a cF 1meter while topping up with water. A spreader mat. An 18W submersible pump with a head of 5ft (1.5m). A tap to control the flow. Ok so I think I can use stuff from www.warwickshirefascias.co.uk for the guttering, but where the heck am I supposed to get the two tank fittings to adapt the conduit tubing into the guttering?? (it says there will be a hole cut into the guttering for the adapter thing) And what the heck is a spreader mat? I found some stuff for the conduit but I don't think it's UPVC. And where am I supposed to get a tap? I'm completely LOST LOST LOST. Help?

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12 Nov 2004
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Shawn Here!!! I was wondering do know if blueberries can be grown in a Hydroponic Greenhouse setting? Do you know of anygood websites or success stories regarding this topic? sskinner89@hotmail.com

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14 Nov 2004
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how long does it take to grow

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14 Nov 2004
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18:26:22
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Could you let me know which kind of hydroponic process is good for growing leafy vegetables like basil and pok-choy with the least cost effective in mind. Would it be possible to make one myself or I have to order from a manufacturer? BK

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22 Nov 2004
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I am just getting started, and have built the 11 plant EBB and Flow system... Now what........? I am hopeless.

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22 Nov 2004
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quick... does anyone know how to state a hypothesis using an if then talking about basil seeds growing in clay.

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22 Nov 2004
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18:35:50
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Are there any plants that will sprout in water? if so what are they?

 




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