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You will also notice 2 other gardens in the background. Both of these are non-circulating hydroponic gardens that I also started around the same time. (Lettuce and Cucumbers photos will come soon also.
|As you will see from the photos, I finished construction on 4-4-99. I now have 18 tomato plants growing very well in this system. (Photos soon to come). This system cost about $45 to make including the pump.|
Here are pictures of my garden from 4-20-99. In the back
you can see lettuce almost ready to pick growing in a non-circulating system.
|In the front you can see my tomatoes starting to come up in your modified
1 gallon system. I'm proud to say that all plants were started from seed and are still
I added another non-circulating table for basil and other stuff.
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