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hydroponic tomatoes,my first attempt at growing hydroponic tomatoes. Video Rating: 5 / 5 Hi, it’s Plain 2 Grow Jim again! I added a phosphorus deficiency blog to my web site, and this is the companion video on my You Tub… Video Rating: 5 / 5 Related PostsHow to clone plants – growing hydroponic plants for winter hydro tomatoes jalapenos & hydo habanerosHydroponic tomatoes Part 2 – Hydro Grow vs HTG vs GenericHydro 20 Small Home Hydroponic kit product videoHow to Grow Hanging Tomato Plant in 5 Liter Bottle || Grow Tomatoes on the Wall (Vertical Gardening)Growing TomatoesHow To Make A DIY Hydro Generator | Moonshiners

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  • fiddler phil 5 years ago

    Thanks MHP thats a big compliment coming from you

  • mhpgardener 5 years ago

    You got ’em loaded up bro. Nice job.

  • OhHowHappyGardener 5 years ago

    The last couple of years our tomatoes have shown a phosphorus deficiency,
    but mostly because of the temperature in the basement (55 degrees). The
    colder temperature seems to affect their phosphorus uptake. But once they
    were moved into warmer temperatures, they came out of it. Great video!?

  • nov51947 5 years ago

    Jim, are container grown or field grown plants subject to this same
    phosphorus deficiency? I ask because two summers ago, many of my container
    grown plants exhibited the same purplish veins in the leaves, even up to
    the point that they were fruiting. They seemed weak, but otherwise OK. I
    was afraid to over fertilize them so they may have actually had the
    phosphorus deficiency.?

  • Mark Flavin 5 years ago

    Great video Dad.?

  • plain2growJim 5 years ago

    Hi, Plain 2 Grow Jim! This video is about phosphorus deficiency in
    hydroponic tomatoes! Thanks.?