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AerogardenMastery used to be an Aerogarden user community, of enthusiasts for the Aerogarden and other indoor (and outdoor!) growing technologies. We grow food, herbs, flowers, and other ornamentals. Hydroponics, grow lights, Earthboxes and Growboxes - we like growing tech!

But hackers proved too much of a hassle. So now it's read-only. Sorry!

This looks cool!

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Hi All,

  Ooh, ooh ooh.  I got an Amazon gift card for Xmas and ran across this cool gizmo.  C'mon plant nerds - should I spend my gift card on this or wait til my birthday (January)?  Will I be disappointed with 4 megapixels?  Do you guys want to see timelapse pix of stuff?  Please weigh in.  Link-

Knock-Out Gnats

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Hi, Beth, (or anyone who uses Knock-Out Gnats) :

I had a question - how much of this do you use (per gallon) on a fungus gnat infestation? My little bag suggests like 1.5 tsp per gallon for heavy infestation, so that's what I've been using. And the infestation isn't under control. But I found this page at GardensAlive that says 4-8 tsp per gallon for heavy infestation.

Which directions do you follow, that work so well?

Other thoughts:

Holidays

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Happy Thanksgiving, USAmericans!

No home-grown on our Thanksgiving dinner menu, alas - we're bringing pecan pie and candied yams. Anybody making anything special?

Or, have any cool equipment on their Black Friday shopping lists?

pomagranate success

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Pomegranate seeds germinate in the aerogarden, even with a little bit of mould.  They sprouted at the same intervil as the pom seeds in the baggie.  As far as i know, they have a moer fiberous root system, and if i remember right, you can bonsai pomegranate trees, so if you wanted to I think you may be able to leave it in semi long term. 

I myself am not doing this, they will be annual plants/and or experimentals, and one as a house plant. 

Hi!

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Hi , I'm new to this site and aerogardening. I just bought a few aerogardens and am interested in building a bigger one soon. I noticed there is tons of good info here!

Aerogarden experiments

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Hey, im new to the aero garden, and have a few questions. 

As of now i have lime, lemon, and a rosemary in there.  I want to experiment with palm, ginger, banana and other types of seed.  Im assuming I wil have to remove the plants before they get more then say, 2 leaves ( in the case of tree seeds).  IF anyone has any experience growing these or other things in their aero gardens please share yu experience

Moderately priced pH meter?

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 Hi All,

Santa will be bringing me a pH meter for Christmas because I am tired of using the liquid drops.  Does anyone have a suggestion for a pH meter?  I know I'll need to calibrate it (unlike the wonderful Bluelab Truncheon EC meter). Not dirt cheap but moderately priced?  

Thanks,

Beth

 

 

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