Discussion in 'Marijuana Hydroponics' started by Hamster Lewis, Jan 1, 2017.
Don't suppose there is any way to check this out if you don't do Facebook is there?
It lets me see it even when signed out of Facebook. Figured it would let others do the same.
Nope. Tells me I need to sign into my Facebook or create an account to see it.
Part of my problem with Facebook is that I don't think you are ever "signed out".
Gotcha. See if this works.
Thanks Hamster, that works. I have been interested in aquaponics for several years now. Had some white water rafting buddies from WA that grew kale and Tilapia.
Super interesting stuff for sure.
Ive been in aquaponics for years. I cant imagine growing without it anymore.
I think you are right before I gave up Facebook I would have people tell me that I was signed in and online but yet I was not even on it
So theres not many other aquaponic gardens that post on this forum?
I haven't really seen anything on here about it you should maybe start something I started to get into it a few years back for a little while but then started to take up too much room in my living room definitely a cool way to grow this was mine when I very first started to set it up
Sounds pretty interesting, and all for $997. I've hardly got a handle on the dirt thing though.
I don't like facebook either, sneaky monkeys, you might have missed the "not now" option
Lol. Good luck growing good medicine with aquaponics.
its not hard..
Everything I have read has said that cannabis and aquaponics were not compatible--the nutrients from the fish water not being the right nutrients for cannabis. My friends who do aquaponics also grow cannabis and even they said that cannabis didn't do well in aquaponics. That is one of the reasons that I never explored it further. Your setup, however, seems to prove that wrong.
I'm sorry your friend couldn't get t to work, but i assure you, Aquaponics "is" a viable way of growing cannabis with great results. It's by far the smoothest, cleanest, best tasting bud I've ever smoked.
Is it an easy method to jump into, no, but never the less, now that i have been growing in Aquaponics for 2 years, I'll never go back to conventional hydroponics again.
Never again will i buy overpriced nutrients again
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