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5 Comments

  • piyeree2 7 months ago

    hello, how do you handle when it rains and it is added to the system. would the solution become unbalanced?

  • Philip Durgin 7 months ago

    Although this works in Laramie, I can't imagine that it would work in many cities.  The problem would be with vandals.  It's an invitation to damage the plants, wreck the system etc.. 

  • Jeff Sullivan 7 months ago

    What kind of pump doe you use?

  • David Duvall 7 months ago

    Looks good and is productive too!  Sam is getting better with his presentations.  When the growing season is over – would you post a video of how you "winterize" this particular system?

  • Abraxian Absolution 7 months ago

    Are the droopy ones on the right supposed to be like that? They kinda stick out next to all of the unreasonably healthy looking plants.