I have not had much luck growing corn for some reason. It starts out very well gets about a foot high then the bottom leaves start turning brown and dieing. I have corral pieces for calcium, add iron…Continue
"I have the same solar panels you have that I bought about 2 years ago, for the size they are very good. I have 5 deep cycle batteries bought from Wal-Mart and they are going on 6 yrs old. (yes I take care of them well). The issue you have is that…"
The often overlooked fish option that can handle the high temperatures like tilapia but also the cool temperatures like catfish but still be small enough for a 100 gallon tank and acceptable to eat for people who refuse fish who lack scales.
I don't think you will have enough battery storage for one thing. It would probably work during the day, but not on rainy days or nights. I have only 45 watts and 5 deep cycle batteries and use a "fast fill - slow drain" type…"
"I sometimes run across 300 gal totes for around $75 in my area (St Johns) and have 3 for water supply. When I find some I will let everyone know. If there are several that want them could maybe get better price to buy all at one time. I will need…"
"Hi everyone, just wanted to drop in and tell everyone hello and Merry Christmas. It has snowed almost everyday here and all my tomatoes froze :( they where looking good too. I will keep plugging along, hope all of you get your wishes come…"
flood and drain, about 30gal FT, 3 small GB about 9 sq feet. started sometime last year then had to condense to the size it is now and restarted 3 weeks ago. 18 large goldfish now, indoors in my bedroom, using a 500 watt output grow lamp and a little sun that comes from window.
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I think that on Murray Hallams tape when he talks about "monster mint" it is pretty funny, couldnt think of anything for me that was funny.
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