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Old April 9, 2019   #1
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Default Righand 2019 Tomato Season

Just started my 2019 season Brandywine Reds and Cherry type in the 3 inch cubes, under 4 x 4' tube T5 HO 6500k...200 PPM Maxigro...next will be out door buckets for the season.....nice....cheers...
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Old April 11, 2019   #2
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Looking great. Have a great season.
I'm still loving the microfibre towels for my lettuce.
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Old April 23, 2019   #3
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My seeds are now fat little seedlings...lol...cheers...

Last 4 Pics - Seed to 27 Days
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Old April 23, 2019   #4
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I notice you plant several seeds in the same hole. Do you transplant them all, or just the best one?
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Old April 24, 2019   #5
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Righand,
It looks like your off to another wonderful start.
I can't wait to see your bucket system again.
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Old April 24, 2019   #6
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I just keep the best one in the cube and cut off the rest....cheers....
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Old May 1, 2019   #7
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Just started 10 beans....see how this works...cheers...
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Old May 4, 2019   #8
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Nice set-up! Clean and tidy!

Have a great season!
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Old May 6, 2019   #9
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Just had to set up a 3" net to support the fatty seedlings....more beans please.....lol...cheers...

Red Brandywine Seed to 39 days....
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Old May 19, 2019   #10
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Default First tomato buckets for the 2019 season....cheers...

May 18/2019, transplanted the first 6 Red Brandywines....nice....almost froze last night....scary...lol...cheers...
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Old May 29, 2019   #11
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Ready for the sun.....nice...cheers...
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Old June 12, 2019   #12
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Old June 13, 2019   #13
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For the newbie here, what are the cubes you are starting the seeds in? Can you briefly describe the process? Looks like a nice clean set up.
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Old June 15, 2019   #14
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These are 3" rockwool cubes using a lot with hydroponics.....they are wonderful to use in doors compared to having dirt and bugs etc indoors....start the seeds in 1" cubes and insert them after rooting into the larger cubes.....cheers....
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Old June 17, 2019   #15
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You use four buckets? I've done a two bucket set up; are the bottom three all reservoirs? What are you using for wicks?
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