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Stewart's Garden Projects

Stewart has always had his vegetable garden in the backyard of sunny Perth Australia and since his retirement. He's devoted most of his spare time to his favorite hobby hydroponics. Having had his own welding business for 40 years he has applied many of his talents to create his beloved greenhouse with electric pumps, timers, valves and piping. It's a work of art, everything works like clockwork and works well. He has experimented and developed many types of hydroponics systems both manual and automatic feeding and has it down to a fine art. He has spent hours researching and formulating special nutrients to suit particular crops all in search of the illusive garden crop for the dining table. As you can see from the photos the proof's in the pudding.

stewartregan@iinet.net.au 

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