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Oops, I see you posted while

Oops, I see you posted while I was composing. Going to have dinner. will be back in a while. I can relate but have a website, forum and photo gallery that costs me about $75 a year with little effort. I get some goodies off it but at least everybody knows who I am and I'm on top of things. It's not all that bad but maybe I phrased it badly. Back later.

 

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I love gisette too, sounds

I love gisette too, sounds all warm and fuzzy and... you know. :) Where did gisette come from?

 

I would swear I posted this under site building but maybe I've had a little too much wine with my forums so maybe I posted in the wrong place.

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Bruce - do you hate the

Bruce - do you hate the Drupal site? I'm Ok with people facing some learning curve. And I really did want to use a Drupal site, not a forum. I'm a programmer. Running a forum is of no use to me professionally, I'm afraid, and this is unlikely to support itself. Thus, I'd like it to be useful for portfolio.

And although there are definitely people who can't cope with anything more complex than a forum... There's nothing here that requires them to. If they wish to learn, good. If they don't, fine. But I think people would rather like the fact that here there's an open invitation to blog about their own systems.

Makes sense?

Sorry I'm being scarce - Trick or Treat time here. Halloween's my favorite holiday of the year.

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Ginger, maybe you should look

Ginger, maybe you should look at full blown forum software. The three of us are adventurers and like to find hidden goodies but most people don't. If the other place keeps losing real contributors it looks like you're it for real info.

 

And before I get booted, I'm not sure which is sexier, Ginger or Gisette. I like 'em both. I'll keep my avatar to myself, tho. :)

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Now I'd swear I had a plain

Now I'd swear I had a plain text box for my last post, now I have all the options showing again. Any idea what happened? I'd like to quote like Peat said also.

I've seen that happen too, but haven't noticed a trend yet (as in, when it happens). Sorry...

We'll break this system in eventually...

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Now I'd swear I had a plain

Now I'd swear I had a plain text box for my last post, now I have all the options showing again. Any idea what happened? I'd like to quote like Peat said also.

 

Yeah, I'll have to give those separate nutes a try one of these days. Now that I've got a text box with all the options, I'll try the link again... ecosystemonline.com/

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OK, I just hit refresh twice

OK, I just hit refresh twice and don't see any more new posts. :) I'll give that a look Peat, thanks. I've been thinking about different nute solutions for different plants, too. Hmmm, this is getting complicated. Maybe I should get one of these, huh? Just kidding.... 

http://ecosystemonline.com check out their old site, bottom right.

Edit: gisette fixed the link.

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BIG GRIN - we've got three
BIG GRIN - we've got three members and all posting at the same time. Hilarious!
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So Peat, you're saying to
So Peat, you're saying to just have a container under the pots so it drains back, then just pump water back up to the tops occasionally? How do you keep roots and debris from clogging the pump? Ah, I'm beginning to see the light... a large sump and an external pump with a large filter might do the trick. I can get watering rings with tiny holes for less than $2 locally so would just need a large, light tight sump, big filter, external pump with plumbing and watering rings. Does that sound about right?
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Heh. Hooking an aerator to an

Heh. Hooking an aerator to an airstone is less maintenance than submerging a water pump, tho.

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