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Need help growing cucumbers and tomatoes in my Pro-200

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 Hi, I have 7 Aerogardens total.  4 Classic and 3 Pro-200.  (currently only using 2 of the Pro's).  I've been very successful growing lettuce, herbs and cherry tomatoes.  I am trying for the second time to grow the tomatoes (ruby heirloom) and pickle cucumbers (burpee picklers).  I am good about keeping it dark once the system shuts off.

A 'Classic' Re-Design

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The ongoing project this time is to install an air pump and air stone into my Classic. Why? Because I want to move away from the water pumps which have proven so unreliable for me, having an aerated AG (similar system to the new AG6 line) will make things more reliable and save my sanity!

 

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.

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