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    WOW! you have soem prime opportunity with that corn patch there man! cant wait to see the effort and hardwork pay off bro! looks liek that areogarden was a jerk to the poor little girl. oh well theres always the great outdoors!
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    LOL, nah, it was my fault, the ones in the AeroGarden look so bad.

    My conclusions on the AeroGarden:
    1. Use the "Salad and greens" setting, it gives you continuous solution flow.
    (one of the reasons they look so bad, I didn't see this till some had sucked air)

    2. Get the Deluxe model, not only do you have a little more control on the light cycle
    But it comes with a Taller extension for the lights.

    3. The 50$us is worth spending on the Starter tray.
    It's hell trying to find a media to replace the foam pellets.

    And since we are on the AG subject
    of the 7 cuttings that were placed in it, 5 have rooted and are ready for transplant.
    The 2 that expired one was in a foam pellet and one wasn't.

    I do feel that if you cut your cuttings to a size that put a naked node at the bottom of the basket and long enough for the end of the cutting to reach well into the solution level, a media may not be needed ...
    oh damn,
    a cotton ball wrapped a round the naked/cleaned node maybe the answer for media.
    You need somethin' to assure the solution washes over the cleaned node.
    Hmmmmmmm, maybe I won't mothball that thang just yet

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    lol shit trial and error man. the hole or 'slots' where you stick the seed, or in your case clone, looks liek it would be able to handle the bottom a foam cup. maybe you could stick the cup in the hole and cut almost all of the cup off leaving the bottom which you could them secure a clone in. kinda like a home made foam medium :]
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    Re: Mago: Texas style

    Hmmm, may have to try that ... Too
    the openings are only 1.5 inches.

    Mornin' Filla

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    lol excuse my rudeness morning DaMago!theyre only 1.5 inches wide?! hmm..i might have to rethink that. actually i think the bottoms of foam cups are around or near that anyways!lol it'd jsut be a shame to have to put somethign with potential in the failed idea box of mothballs lol
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    No rudeness detected

    Oh it won't be there for long.
    Just need to round up some hydro gear(meters and mix for solution)
    before I get too dependent on it for clones.

    Oh snap, those little plastic shot glasses/cups from a bar may work.

    Shame I don't have any of the coffee cups,
    we sent down to over 3000+ feet when I was on the research ships.
    They come back compressed and about that size

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    :-O you guys shrunk cups i the ocean?! how many people can that?

    i think those plastic shot glasses would work as well. im thinking anything that will at least fit in the slot and be able to be cut and molded to fit the clone should work.maybe even plastic wrapped stretched across the top of the hole. lol idk bout that one but you get the idea
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    Yeapper, shipped on USNS oceanographic ships back during ReganOmics era.
    They were Military Sealift Command ships(T-AGOR class) turned over to private companies to lease back/charter to US Naval reasearch groups/depts.
    Cool stuff, worked from the Tongue of the Ocean(US torpedo testing range) to the Artic circle. Everything from collecting biological samples to changin' batteries in the Nav system for the Tridents and deploying spy buoys to the bottom of the ocean.
    In fact this is one I sent time on:
    USNS Bartlett (T-AGOR 13) Miscellaneous Ships

    Sentt most of my time on this one:
    USNS Lynch (T-AGOR 7) 1965-91
    Ships of the Special Mission Force, MSTS/MSC 1958-2000

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    damn man! thats crazy!
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    The strong seem to to flourish, the weak seem to rot.
    Our trials and convictions are petty and unwise
    our lack of care and intelligence is our greatest compromise..

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    Nice adventure. I had the opportunity to fly out of Newfoundland on ice patrols when I was in the Coast Guard years ago. I declined and now wish I had gone.
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    Re: Mago: Texas style

    what about useing the ready grow or organo starter plugs? get them at almost any hydro stor/site and are 1.25-1.5 if its a little small grab some of the small dixie cups at wally world (the ones that you see at doctors and elsewere than modify with the plugs to your need.
    also theres not really a need to pony up more money for a better light when you can just get to one with out the light or just take it off and use 2 cfls and a Spliter instead better light less money! keep it up mago
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    Re: Mago: Texas style

    I'll look at that shaggie, I'm happy with the lights it has.
    Just short on cash(scrappin' for gas money)

    I do have some KY Chronic #1 goin',
    it was started with the hot Sta-green soil.
    Had to put them in the wild.
    The others were over shadowing them in the nursery.
    I'll start another batch in the FF.
    KY.C.#2 is friggin' Skunky smellin'

    Found a Garden store that carries HIDs, Fox Farms and hydro systems.
    They also carry the AeroGarden.
    And it isn't a "Known Hydro shop".
    And it's on my side of town

    Startin' to see some hairs on the Littl'Darlin's in the wild,
    so there may be hope for a crop Yet
    before we get to 13-14 hours of daylight.

    Sat/SBG is lookin' sorta sad and droopy this mornin'.
    She/It endured 25-35kt winds for 2 days then the temps dropped to 45 last night after 65-80 degree temps for several days.
    I think she/it'll perk up here as the sun gets up a bit.
    They're tough

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    mmm strong women! nothign better man!
    The brave are short lived, and the cautious live not.
    The strong seem to to flourish, the weak seem to rot.
    Our trials and convictions are petty and unwise
    our lack of care and intelligence is our greatest compromise..

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    They be Darlin's
    Everything in the wild that's showin' sex is female.
    Now!! if they'll finish
    without re-veggin'
    I'll be a happy MoFo'

    I tried to get some picks of the baby buds, yesterday
    but this cheap Digi-cam doesn't have the focal length to give good close ups of them.
    Just have to wait till they get bigger

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    Sup Bubba Mago?Nice to hear about the girlsSup to Freak as well.
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