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Lettuce ( photo / image / picture from KK Ng's Garden )
Filled up another bed with lettuce. Now that I had some experience of planting seedlings in peebles, it is getting easier!
Mini-Boks ( photo / image / picture from KK Ng's Garden )
The mini-boks transplanted on 28th April are doing great.
Brassica ( photo / image / picture from KK Ng's Garden )
The brassicas will soon be ready for the table. The lone lettuce is hidden right at the back and is doing fine too.
Got a batch of romaine going and is the next batch going in!!
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It looks like you are on a roll, KK.
Already ready for your first harvest? Amazing!
Well, you are an Aquaponics success story. It is great to see each plant rise up from the bed of rocks and realize the story hidden under the pebbles. A lot of hard work has paid off with a project to be proud of, congratulations KK.
A question I almost forgot to ask: do you think the growing time will be shorter from planting to harvest? I was thinking that if the plant received the optimum amount of moisture and nutrients that it would take the least amount of time to harvest. Something for the log book as a reference.
Thanks Sojerd, it is indeed looking good. Now I am just wandering how are they going to taste!
Well thank you KK, this is my learning curve for the day, lettuce in pebbles, well done, looks just great, bet the taste is too,
Thanks Jonty, I just can't wait to taste it!