12/31/2016..Finally Started 3rd Round!!

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  1. hummerbum

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    Sjoerd..never knew pak choi freezes well...
    Cayuga..that was cute about your confession...look what came out of it though..something you didn't think about..
    .Hydro is going quite well at this point...just need to set up more room.
    Thanks Carolyn!!
     
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    You be careful out there, Cayu--don't want you damaging the goods. chuckle.
    You had some great success there. I sometimes broadcast my seeds when
    I sow them outside, but I am going more and more to bringing them on on the windowsill at home then setting them out in rows.
    Hope that you didn't hurt yourself when you fell.
     
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    Hummer, mainly because i feel like its a lot more involved then gardening outside. There is more room for error maybe? And maybe thats not true, maybe its just errors im unfamiliar with. We purchased a house back in the July and i have much more space now, outside and in. Maybe i'll give something a try inside this year after i get the lot going.
     
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    Update: pak choi, spinach, arugula, kale, lettuces on 2/12/17... nutrient was a little too strong this time!

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    The thyme is growing crazy also..it's in nutrients and so is the cilantro..but both still in their soil pots..the roots are in the water..
     
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    Update: pak choi, kale, arugula 20170212_113013.jpg
     
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    That thyme looks a bit leggy...but there are species that ARE leggy. It doesn't matter, it and the rest are looking quite healthy.

    Are you pleased with the pakky's progress?
     
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    I am pleased with the pakky..a lot larger now..time to eat it already..I love the way the thyme looks..smells so good..will post pics later.
     
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    Look what I found today..a radish (French Breakfast)!!

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    Way to go, Hummer.
    You are having success with everything, it looks like. chuckle.
    That radish looks like it is trying to escape before it gets eaten.
     
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    Yes,..it is rather odd..lol
     
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