Ya, seems a LOT of people swear by "masterblend"And there are powdered mixes that you can use
That sounds like an amazing idea, I hope I can do the same at my house. I'm actually thinking to do a bigger one, since a have a pond at the backyanrd.Ok, I know this is probably a slippery slope, but I thought I'd DABBLE in this a little bit. I guess technically I already am....
A few months ago I had some green onions from the store and ended up putting them in water. I was SHOCKED at how fast they grew!!!
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So, I got to thinking it might be fun to take this to a slightly higher level. Nothing crazy, but just a fun little project.
I LOVE the idea of aquaponics (fish + plants + carbon-cycle = FOOD). I'm just worried this may be a bit more commitment than I'm ready for right now... but that depends on how much "work" it is.
Remember, I'm going from "put plants in jar with water" to something a little bit more interesting, but I can't commit to a big ol' project.
This video on basic hydroponics was helpful in making me think "yeah, I can do this"
... or maybe I just KISS and stick with putting some onions and romaine lettuce into a few cups of water.