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Ron K's Gardens
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|18KB||Ron K looks like he knows a little about hydroponics.|
|21KB||Check out these tomatoes.|
|23KB||Here's a small ebb & flow system I put together using plastic
busboy trays. The gray color cuts down on the algae growth. It holds 6
5" pots and grew some kick-ass basil! Much better than store quality.
|21KB||Here's a two tray rockwool slab system - also growing basil.|
|16KB||Here's a picture of a little aeroponic unit.
Grew some really good Romaine and Black-seeded Simpson lettuce.
The seeds were started in 1" rockwool cubes and placed in 2" net pots through maturity. Roots were sprayed with nutrient solution in
the system's tank at 1/2 hour on, 1 hour off intervals. Worked out
really well and the lettuce tasted excellent. TDS @ 700ppm and pH 5.5
|25KB||Aeroponic system rainbow colius project.
All the colius plants were started from one mother plant as cuttings in
1" rockwool cubes. The cuttings were started in the aeroponic unit
shown thru maturity. Great little system for a home-made job. Roots
just hang in midair and receive intermittent spray from it's
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