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Lettuce de Gisette glog

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12.7.08 - just planted a new lettuce garden from Gisette seeds she so graciously sent. I had Evergreen Seeds Korean red curl and Burpee toy choi growing in Rapid Rooter outriders since 11.19. I did some serious trimming of the RRs to fit them in an AG pod and hope I didn't do fatal damage to roots. They are looking better after just a few hours, though.

Formerly half dead, whiskey bottle fed tomatoes taking over laundry room.

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Remember the junk tomatoes we got for $1 at the end of last season and ignored for a few months? Here's what they're doing now. They're still in the lousy hanging baskets on a former laundry rack about 2 ft. from the south facing window. We feed them a ~1- 3 ratio mix of water and bloom mix and here's how they're going.

Gen Hydro nutrient mixes for the AG

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Here are summaries from my initial use of a BlueLab Truncheon showing the different dilutions.

I followed Peat's mixture for normal vegetative growth in three steps and let it set for 30 minutes or so between steps then measured the EC and PH. Here are my results, very close to what Peat said. I'd trust his measurements any day, just tweak them a bit for your particular crop, truncheon or not. I'm going to try this in my herb garden diluted about 10%, making a full gallon out of it.

Simple Things to do with Herbs

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Simple things to do with basil and dill:

1.) Sliced tomato and fresh mozzarella cheese, with basil leaves between each layer, drizzled with a garlic & olive oil mix. Yum... I think this is called "caprese". (Here in greater Little Italy, we call it "tomatoes and fresh mootz.")

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