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Plant City, FL
(Zone 9a)

February 17, 2007
5:27 AM

Post #3197712

I've been reading about building a homemade hydroponic drip system like Emily's Garden ( Has anyone here used this kind of system successfully outdoors? I am wondering if the container/nutrient solution might get too hot in the summer sun without the cooling effect of the soil.

Dansville, NY
(Zone 6a)

February 19, 2007
2:35 PM

Post #3204659

if its in the sun the water temp can get up there and cook the roots ..
I did hydro outside with hab pappers (aeroflo) and i just buried my water resivore in
the ground since the actuall unit would be in direct sun all day. worked great.
ended up with 6 foot tall pepper plants.


Peachtree City, GA
(Zone 8a)

April 3, 2007
2:08 PM

Post #3351183

I only use the Emily inside. Emily with oregano

I built a unit outside for tomatoes a couple of years ago. I am thinking about putting it back up for this year. unit outside

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