Preferred methods and success and failures

oakleaf33(8)March 19, 2008

I was just posting this to get a little insight on everyones success and failures at the different methods of hydroponics and tricks they have learned to bypass problems they experience

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iliketoast

DON'T PLANT BROCCOLI! It takes forever to make.

    Bookmark   March 20, 2008 at 2:52AM
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grizzman

my only real failures resulted in this knowledge:
*if you're going to use a system that circulates the nutrient past/through the roots, make sure it moves enough that they get ample oxygen.
*Make sure the stem above the crown (root/stem interface) doesn't get saturated too often (not at all if possible) as this can deteriorate the stem and make it collapse.
Other than that, I've had pretty good success.

    Bookmark   March 20, 2008 at 7:28AM
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oakleaf33(8)

Every little bit of info helps. But with many things advice and only take you so far. Somethings u have to try and fail at yourself. As I have talked about with charlielittle, Im just starting out and he has given me some good advice "pretty cool guy". I guess I may try tomatoes and stuff like that. Thanks anyway keep the post comin if ya gottem.

    Bookmark   March 20, 2008 at 9:43AM
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