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John Kaba's Garden
Kansas

I used RV windows that I picked up at a garage sale, and framed up a little greenhouse. I have ventilation provided by 4 cooling fans removed from retired mainframe devices, and am working out a evaporation cooling method with the filters installed on the front side. The fans are controlled by a attic fan thermostat, and my solution pump and aerator are controlled by a small timer. I'm growing European cucumbers, Dutch tomatoes, some smaller pickling cucumbers, strawberries, lettuce, and green beans. My cucumbers are now two weeks old and are about 4 1/2" tall.

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