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Old February 3, 2019   #1
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Default Righand 2019 Winter Lettuce Stand

Going to be a while before the tomatoes go in the ground...lol...cheers...

Romaine Red River Heirloom Lettuce and Spinach salad almost daily....real nice...
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Old February 3, 2019   #2
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Nice- when did you sow the seeds? Looks ready to harvest!
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Old February 3, 2019   #3
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Soon as I put the net cups into the trays, I start another batch of seeds...the spinach seedlings have only been in the tray for 14 days so far...I constantly keep picking the bottom lettuce leaves....first go with the spinach....

I am using the Keisue Technology System grow trays and my home made 4' tray with aeration...cheers...
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Old February 4, 2019   #4
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Righand,
Good to see your post. I am doing a similar grow with Manoa lettuce. The difference is that the micro towel's still are being used in my garden. I cut them into strips and roll them, then use a 2" drip cup in a tray. Once the seeds are stable into the NFT rail system they go. Then it's start another batch. Like you wrote, it's an endless supply of lettuce or micro greens. I did a bunch of sunflowers, not bad. Nutty flavor.
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Those look great! Interesting onions to the right - do you harvest those too?
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Very nice.
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The bucket on right is the Red Russian Garlic and a few jugs of Basil for the salads...lol...cheers...
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Few extra pics...cheers...
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Just started my tomato seeds....looking forward to the 2019 season....lol...cheers...
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