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Outdoor Onions and Potatoes 2016

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First outdoor harvest of the year was thinning my green onions. smiley

I started a bunch of white and yellow onions indoors and planted them out around March 25 (2-3 onions per cell in a 6-pack), walla walla (I've grown before) and yellow granex (haven't grown before). I'm not the granex will work this far north, but can't hurt to try.

Outdoor Eggplant 2016

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I didn't bother growlogging this much, but I'm growing fairy tale and gretel eggplant this year. At this point, the first eggs are one inch and two inches long, respectively, and the plants are flowering like mad. Will probably start harvesting by next weekend.

79 - gretel, began 7/13, still going 10/1
58 - fairy tale (same dates)

terminated ~10/23

Nutrients NPK numbers



New user again, quickly gaining knowledge. 

Hydroponic growers on YouTube often use nutrients with high NPK numbers, often in the high teens and 20's.

The nutrients with my AG pods came with Miracle-Gro nutrients with NPK numbers around 5 

Why? What's the difference? Youtube growers show quicker and faster growth.

Please don't just say "AG nutrients are formulated for AG" without details or reasons (I know it sounds picky but I really would like to learn) 


Ghost Peppers (2/28/2016)


I planted this Ghost Pepper Kit from AG on 2/28/2016. It didn't perform very well. What I've learned since, is that these are serious slow growers. 140-172 days from seed to ripe fruit in soil. One pod never germinated. The other was at 2" for so long I moved it to another garden, because I didn't want to give up on it yet, and I wanted to free a garden. 2 weeks later it started to grow. It is now 71 days and I have an open bloom,, and many buds waiting to produce.

Looking for 'best' tasting tomato seeds


Greetings AGM!

Obviously I realize taste is subective, however, being a newbie, this information will give me a starting point and help me decide which seeds are worth trying.

I am looking for alternate seed sources, where I can purchase my seeds at a decent price. Specifically, seeds which will work in my AG Bounty Elite, where there is a height limitation of 24". Buying seeds for $17.95 adds up very fast. 

Also, I would love to hear peoples opinions reguarding which tomato seeds they think are the sweetest and 'best' tasting, per their opinion. 

Hello There! AG Bounty Elite Newbie :-)


I bought our AeroGarden Bounty Elite as a gift for my mother to be a co-project for both of us. The last time my mother tried to grow any tomatoes was about 30 years ago. She loved gardening, but ever since we moved to NYC, we have never had a garden at any home we've lived at. Space in NYC is a luxury.  

Transplanting outside with a foot of roots


I started some Armenian Cucumbers in a seed starter kit in the AG.

The roots are about a foot long or more - http://www.gthomson.us/projects/landscaping/armenian-cucumbers-1.jpg

7 out of 8 started really well, so I want to start moving them outside.
With such long roots, what's the best way to move outside?

For the first two, I dug only a 6" hole, and spiriled the bottom end of the roots.


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