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Here's some new pics. I've been picking a few cucumbers, green peppers, tomatoes, and beans

Corn

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Closest row is Jalapemos, next is sweet banana peppers, then two rows of okra then two rows of scotch bonnets

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Cucumbers have gone crazy

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Bell Peppers are huge and starting to turn red

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Bush Beans

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Lots of tomatoes

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post #2 of 18

Good lookin stuff there Piney! But what are the plants in the first pic foreground?

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Wall of bell pepper plants

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Basil

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I'm building a little building over the injector board and nutrient tanks. This pic is of course with it still under construction and since I was taking a few days off from it I attached some of the boards I haven't gotten up yet to the side to keep them from warping. By winter I'll have it fully enclosed but for now I'm just going to do the roof and back wall

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Originally Posted by Smokeamotive View Post

Good lookin stuff there Piney! But what are the plants in the first pic foreground?



Corn is in the front I'm using 7 gallon pots with 6 stalks per pot. Kind of experimenting with it most of the pots I filled have full of "garden soil" and then finished them with coconut coir but one row I did straight coconut coir. The ones with the mix are doing better than the ones with straight coir in them

post #6 of 18

Greenhouse! That's a farm, looks awesome! icon14.gif

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Greenhouse! That's a farm, looks awesome! icon14.gif



It really isn't that large an area that all the plants are in. The cucumber plants are starting to look more like a jungle tho biggrin.gif

 

post #8 of 18

That is amazing!  10 - 12 weeks since we were there and those plants were 6" tall.

post #9 of 18

Sheeesh!!!

Everything is growing like crazy!!!

 

Awesome!

 

 

Thanks for the update,

Bear

post #10 of 18
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That is amazing!  10 - 12 weeks since we were there and those plants were 6" tall.



Actually Bob when ya'll were here nothing was planted I put them in the following week. The pots were ready to plant when ya'll were here but nothing was in them

post #11 of 18

Boy everything looks to be growing great. Is this a business for you or just for you and your family?

post #12 of 18

That's gonna be a nice haul when it's all ready!

post #13 of 18

That is an amazing  looking garden

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Wife was up for the weekend so we picked some stuff for her to take home.

 

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There are lots of tomatoes turning red but she didn't want to take many of them

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I need to pick a bunch more of these this week

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These are actually supposed to be red but she couldn't wait for them she loves bell peppers.

What I picked of these were the ones that were being pinched by stems or the stake holding them up.

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post #15 of 18

Wow piney...that's some serious veggie production...excellent looking crop!!!

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post #16 of 18

Wow! I knew I shouldn't have looked! lol  Great set up Piney!! Now I want one too. biggrin.gif

post #17 of 18

That is one beautiful garden Piney. What do you fertilize with?

post #18 of 18

That is a great garden you have there. No need to ever go to the store for veggies now, just the meat. The hydroponic setup seems to be working very well. Thanks for sharing!

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