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Old 02-11-2009, 12:51 AM
Lords Lords is offline
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Hi!

It's to my understanding that the term hydroponics means using an inert growing medium and feeding a nutrient solution, correct?

I germinated seeds each in it's own rockwool and it sprouted out of the cube in 3 days. I then placed each cube in a 6" pot w/ holes in the bottom containing vermiculite. I have a nutrient solution that includes the correct amount of hydrogen peroxide. I place 3 pots per 2 foot holding tray thats about 3" deep. If I pour the nutrient solution in the tray, the vermiculite should act like a wick and suck the solution up correct? Will this system work for me?

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Old 02-11-2009, 12:53 AM
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yes

maybe. if you want insurance call Lords of London.

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