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How difficult is hydroponic farming?
Hi, I'm doing a science project on hydroponic farming, using the Water Culture method, i need to know how to get the best results, especially with pea plants & carrots, if anyone can give me some advice, than post it on the bulletin board, please address it to J.S. of Fl
I am doing a science project and i need to know the affects on a plant if it is just set in water and not planted in siol can someone please help!!!
Hay Ron Great web site. Finding alot of information on my new hobby. I Did the eleven plant system and it works great. Now I need to Know if you have made a home made, lighting system.
Dear Ron, What is the better meter to use. An EC meter or a TDS meter. Thanks. Edwin
I only know how to read the one that reads PPM (parts per million). So that's the one I recommend.
Hello, my name is Ian. I have to do a science fair project at school, and I was thinking of doing something involving hydroponics (I'm not quite sure what to do, but I'd like to use hydroponics). If anybody could help me out with this (where to get hydroponic stuff, info. on hydroponics, etc.) it'd be greatly appreciated. If you could help me, my email is Malchori@aol.com Thanks! Ian
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