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CharlesGrower
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Registered: ‎09-06-2007
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Which is the Best Hydroponic Grow Box?

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09-06-2007 06:05 PM
I am thinking about trying out hydroponics. I dont really want to right now, as I am really getting good at the organic soil gardening, and im not trying to fix something that is not broken, but for future reference, the near future (by winter time), I would like to know your personal hydro experiences and the pros and cons of soil vs hydro. I know the basic stuff, Im interested in personal experience. A pre-built grow box like the ones from http://www.homegrown-hydroponics.com look the best to me. The green thumb runs in my blood so i know i could get it down eventually, and I expect some trial and error in the beginning, but i would love to get to the point where i can choose between soil and hydro. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
*Harvey
Message 2 of 9 (156 Views)

Re: Which is the Best Hydroponic Grow Box?

09-06-2007 06:07 PM in reply to: CharlesGrower
CharlesGrower wrote:
> I am thinking about trying out hydroponics. I dont really want to right now, as I am really getting good at the organic soil gardening, and im not trying to fix something that is not broken, but for future reference, the near future (by winter time), I would like to know your personal hydro experiences and the pros and cons of soil vs hydro. I know the basic stuff, Im interested in personal experience. A pre-built grow box like the ones from http://www.homegrown-hydroponics.com look the best to me. The green thumb runs in my blood so i know i could get it down eventually, and I expect some trial and error in the beginning, but i would love to get to the point where i can choose between soil and hydro. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Are you in the proper newsgroup?

Although my wife is a landscaper, she knows
nothing about this. Hydroponics for me is mixing
Long Island Ice Tea with water.

H
*Ric Norris
Message 3 of 9 (156 Views)

Re: Which is the Best Hydroponic Grow Box?

09-06-2007 11:32 PM in reply to: CharlesGrower
Hey Harvey,

I thought a G & T was more your cuppa...???

Anonymous.


"Harvey" wrote in message
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CharlesGrower wrote:
> I am thinking about trying out hydroponics. I dont really want to right
> now, as I am really getting good at the organic soil gardening, and im not
> trying to fix something that is not broken, but for future reference, the
> near future (by winter time), I would like to know your personal hydro
> experiences and the pros and cons of soil vs hydro. I know the basic
> stuff, Im interested in personal experience. A pre-built grow box like the
> ones from http://www.homegrown-hydroponics.com look the best to me. The
> green thumb runs in my blood so i know i could get it down eventually, and
> I expect some trial and error in the beginning, but i would love to get to
> the point where i can choose between soil and hydro. Any suggestions would
> be appreciated.

Are you in the proper newsgroup?

Although my wife is a landscaper, she knows
nothing about this. Hydroponics for me is mixing
Long Island Ice Tea with water.

H
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fredt
Posts: 162
Registered: ‎10-17-2006
Message 4 of 9 (156 Views)

Re: Which is the Best Hydroponic Grow Box?

09-07-2007 04:33 AM in reply to: CharlesGrower
Or is this an ad for homegrown-hydroponics.com?
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fredt
Posts: 162
Registered: ‎10-17-2006
Message 5 of 9 (156 Views)

Re: Which is the Best Hydroponic Grow Box?

09-10-2007 08:48 AM in reply to: CharlesGrower
This is spam. It's posted in unrelated forums all over the place.
*Harvey
Message 6 of 9 (156 Views)

Re: Which is the Best Hydroponic Grow Box?

09-10-2007 10:14 AM in reply to: CharlesGrower
FredFred wrote:
> This is spam. It's posted in unrelated forums all over the place.

Right.

Have you run across the latest sporge flood in
Usenet Newsgroups? It's quite a killer.

Somehow, these schmucks bypass moderators by
grabbing existing poster's names and addys, then
posting nonsense with their heading, THOUSANDS of
posts in any newsgroup they choose to infiltrate.
Goodness knows why, maybe an attempt to close down
the networks, some stupid infantile-ism.

They don't seem to invade anyone's computers, just
newsgroups.

I mean *I* have time on my hands, too, but
self-abuse seems to work out ok for me. Maybe it
should be a general requirement... oh wait, it is
already. So why isn't it working?

H
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fredt
Posts: 162
Registered: ‎10-17-2006
Message 7 of 9 (156 Views)

Re: Which is the Best Hydroponic Grow Box?

09-10-2007 10:43 AM in reply to: CharlesGrower
I think that this one is designed to try to sell something. They used the same name elsewhere. Mr. "Grower" giving us a link to an indoor pot growing website. I can't imagine this is worth anyone's time unless they're only worth 3 cents per hour. We'll, I guess outsourcing would take care of that. Wow, I think I just made / discovered a business plan for the next spam plague.
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chrisgarnett
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎09-04-2008
Message 8 of 9 (156 Views)

Re: Which is the Best Hydroponic Grow Box?

09-04-2008 06:02 AM in reply to: CharlesGrower
I'm not really sure what this has to do with Autodesk but your lucky I know a bit about the grow box space. I would suggest getting the Low Grow Eco if you want to get the best grow box. It can be found at http://www.growboxed.com. It doesn't require refrigeration or air conditioning therefor making it cost less on power each month and is also a better green solution than alternatives. Hope that helps you.
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Fred9000
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎09-02-2008
Message 9 of 9 (156 Views)

Re: Which is the Best Hydroponic Grow Box?

09-04-2008 08:08 AM in reply to: CharlesGrower
This was spam, excreted onto all types of unrelated forums, including this one.
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