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Old 01-31-2009, 04:54 AM
Nagappan Nagappan is offline
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Dear Ron I am a hydroponics enthusiast growing leafy and fruit vegetables. Lately I have been concerned about reports that hydroponically grown vegetables may have a high nitrate content. High nitrates in food have been implicated in gastric carcinoma (cancer).I use a universal nutrient formula containing approx.190ppm nitrogen (supplied by Calcium nitrate and KNO3;no ammonium compounds). I wonder if you or anyone has any information confirming or refuting the theory/any other solutions to the problem. Thank you. Dr.Nagappan Penang,Malaysia

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Old 01-31-2009, 04:55 AM
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I sure would like to know that too. Hey you don't work for the dirt industry do you. Let me see your fingernails.
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