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Old 01-22-2010, 10:13 PM
abufali abufali is offline
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Default best diy setup for tomatos

hi all
starting out with hydroponics.
am planning to grow some tomatos, and i wonder which is the ideal setup to grow them. is it a basic planter (like the one in Roberto's book) good enough, or should i go with a complex system. i am in a tight budget, btw

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andres

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Old 02-19-2010, 08:36 PM
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is it a basic planter (like the one in Roberto's book) good enough, or should i go with a complex system.
I don't know the book so I don't know what it is type of system it talks about. Also I don't know that any system needs to be complex, although what is simple to one might be complex to another. I would first decide how many plants I was wanting to grow, then that would help me decide the the best system to go with. As well as how I was going to construct it. I like to make my systems so they are expandable, that way I can add more plants to the system in the future if I wanted. Also I try to build them so that any maintenance can be easily done throughout the plants life.

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