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tomato rock .JPG (13720 bytes) 14KB Watch It Grow Add about 1 inch of grow rocks in the cup and then add the rest around the plant.
tomato sept3.JPG (14083 bytes) 14KB Watch It Grow I have four Husky Cherry Red Tomato Plants that says on the tag that maturity will be in 65 days
sept 03.JPG (16297 bytes) 16KB September 3 and five assorted pepper plants.
overflow height.jpg (17011 bytes) 17KB September 4 This picture shows the height the water rises in the 2 liter bottles in relation to the overflow pipe.  
9pk spouts.jpg (18555 bytes) 19KB September 6 I added 8 Brussels Sprouts plants that says on the tag that they will mature in 80 to 90 days when grown in dirt. I think I can do better than that with hydroponics. Wash the dirt from the roots and add the plant to the garden.
tomato sept9.jpg (20913 bytes) 21KB September 9 The tomato plants have already grown 4 inches in 6 days. Tomato blooms.
Tomato.

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