As Judith always says - Enjoy!
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oh! okay :D
looks like i dont have i choice... B&Q is the only DIY place i know.... and their online shop shows what's available but not in stock. their retail shop got no stock too, they cant deliver it because they got no stock on the items that i want. if i order it on other shop the returning would be a problem. im pretty much doomed. It's as if the world keeps telling me HEY USE FOGGER O_O
guess fogger it is. my 5.5 net pots arrived today. 100x 5.5mm for £4 i would say it's cheap :D
plus i also sold my item on ebay giving me more money !! so yeah :P anyway........ yeah FOGGER IT IS!!
I REPEAT FOGGER IT IS!!!
hope more people could reply so i dont completely waste my energy, but seeing you reply is good enough to get me going :P
Peat built a full-custom spray system - one in an Aerogarden and one in a big rubber tub. I think he found the AG was too small. Two of my Aerogardens use the water pumps they came with, and two were designed for an internal air pump+airstone aeration system. I simply replaced the internal with external air pump. So they're essentially all tub-of-aerated-water systems.
so how does your aerogarden work? isnt peat's one spray?
Kristian - Judith and I don't have sprayers or foggers, and no one else is talking on this thread.
RULE OF THUMB:The finer the water particle, the less nutrient you need and the more delicate your roots are, as they don't have to be "soil penetrating" course to seek out the needed elements. hope this helps
understand the point of the fogger in some way.
Yes they are better for the plant, the plant does however become more delicate, the thinner roots are more prone to suffer dry rot from a power outage or hardware failure.
thats what they said
just received an email from maplins and they said there is 1 year warranty included but i'm worried that it might stop working and id have to return it and it would probably take days to return it. My best option would be sprayer because a diy shop i just near.
how often does your sprayer gets clogged? is there a way of preventing the clog? still got too many question in my head :(
i want to use the mist nozzle and it would probably clog. please help out
this is my patio tomato
this is my other tomatoes outside :P
these are my cukes? they are huge! i probably need to replant them now
this is my caulis and they are the reason why i wanna do aeroponics :(
WOHO i might go for spray system now.... fogger cant be trusted maplins too....
Dunno of any vegetable that doesn't need nutrients. Lettuce needs very little, but it will be very weak with none.
sorry but "Ditto everything Gissette said. She's very knowledgeable, listen to her." sounded "dont do that listen to her." but then i tried to reconfigure the negative way of saying it and made it possitive lol.
i was hoping as an aeroponic site, someone must have done this. i mean the fogger system. well i got many things to do because i dont have room for error. if something goes wrong ill be put on stop and out of money for some system that doesnt work..
i did mail green_engineer but he doesnt seems to reply.
is there such veg that doesnt need any nutes? just sunlight and water?