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Old November 21, 2016   #16
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How do you like the little greenhouse? I'm tempted to buy one of those for seedlings since the smaller size would be ideal for late freeze protection.
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Old November 21, 2016   #17
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I liked it for 2 seasons but it got small quick and I built a bigger one. The plastic will last about 1.5 seasons and it's too short but it's great for seedlings. They're $109 on Ebay and that includes shipping.
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Old November 21, 2016   #18
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They were cloned Tomato plants so the roots were already 10' long and I planted them about 3-4" deep in a 5 gal black bucket. Don't have pictures
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Old November 21, 2016   #19
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I can't guess what happened but I'm sure it can be fixed. I used MHPGardeners vids to grow and it worked fine. Did you weigh out the nutes and measure the water?
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I think it has something to do with running the feed lines 15 on 15 off all day I think that was to much watering not sure how that could happen in perlite. Anyways no I did not use powdered nutes I used hydro liquid nutes same I use in coco and DWC buckets.
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