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Preventing or eliminating leafminers?


This isn't an AeroGarden question but I figured there's plenty of experienced people here. My AGs are doing fine :)


Outside my Snow Peas and Lime tree leaves are being infested by leafminers. I'm looking for a safe way to protect my plants. I read that they come from moths. Someone advised that I spray deterigent water on the leaves every so often. Advice?

A pepper growbag

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At a garden center yesterday (Shelley's, Branford, CT), I saw the coolest ultimate simple growbox. Apparently they'd taken some leftover habañero pepper 6-packs and just plugged them into 30-quart bags of potting mix, with 7 holes cut into the bag:

How hot/cold can the location be?


I'd like to build a small aerogarden farm in my garage. It's closed and I live in San Diego so it's not too extreme in the winter. The summer however can get a 115 degrees in the garage. I'm wondering if this is bad idea. I'd mostly like it for tomatoes in the winter but some summer use would be nice so they don't go to waiste.

Any ideas, concerns?

New house, new grows...

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We have now moved house and I'm enjoying the newly found space - I've discovered that hydroponics needs space, sadly lacking in the old place.

Not too much happening at the moment, no hydro work as decorating (not my choice but the long suffering girlfriend) has taken priority; that and hunting things down in the maze of cardboard boxes. It took ages to find the camera and take these pictures!

Indoor Aeroponic Tomatoes/Peppers

Just noticed my first little baby tomato flowers- they are so tiny I almost missed em! I am estimating my plants are no older than ~30 days. I know tomatoes develop a little quicker than peppers in general, but I seem to remember picking up some info along the lines of pruning the first flowers that arise in order to create a better harvest?


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