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  • I do exactly this, and my pepper plants die every time. I am just learning about hydroponics so I am most likely doing something wrong. If the roots get too wet will it kill the plant? Right now I have a sprinkler system above the clay pebbles that goes through the pebbles into the reservoir below. Maybe they are getting too wet, I don't know.

  • Thryfte 10 months ago

    I laughed a bit too hard on your keg joke. Good one 😛