the vegi-bee walmart and homedepot usually have on web site some homedepot do carry them on shelf
they are looking good one thing if want to cut down on the algae on the pots that ware exposed make sure bottom are not in the liquid so the roots take up the nutrient or cut a foam coffee cup so can open it like a clam shell make a hole the size of you finger in center , flip it upside down open it slip it around plant so it block most of light that can get at plant plug or nutrient .......... and is that thai basil i see at back leftI'll have to look into a little grinder!
I mixed both solutions separately in hot water until completely devolved and then added masterblend and Epsom salt followed by calcium nitrate. A batch for herbs to start.
So far mine has proven to like eating banana plants, ginger, galangal, and cherries, and loves chewing up dracaena palms, marigolds, alyssums, oregano, and of all odd and specific things the roots of apple trees.Naughty! I had that with my spinach plants. I suddenly saw this perfect row of doggy teeth in one of the leaves when she realised I caught her in the act.
The seed of store bought vegetables with seed in will grow. Pumpkins, zucchini, tomatoes, watermelon, capsicums, chillies etc. Nothing better than proving nay sayers wrong. How are your seedlings growing now?So I figured that I should be moving out of the introduction section and starting to post elsewhere (here) until I get into hydroponics.
A quick update right now before logging off for the night.
People kept saying I was wasting my time and that red peppers wouldn't sprout from store pepper but almost the entire row came up quickly!
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Here's the state of my Jalepeno's at the moment. I'm excited about these!
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My 3 happy looking (in my mind at least) tomatoes.
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The best legs I've seen in basil! If that was only a good thing. When I transplant them I'll burry them down a bit. But they were bad before my new lights came in.
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