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  2. Nice one bud, will have a look into them, got some seeds for doing a wee herb garden so may just add some of these microgreens to the list
  3. 4 late ghetto blasters.... In the garden from seed. I knackered the last one up, putting in a tiny pot and light depp'ing. The bit I did manage to get is stunning. Strong for a garden grow and stinky... These 4 are hopefully going full term outside. I can shelter them overnight if needed. Ideally I'd get one boy that I can lock in the drobe with a sour diesel fem, and 3 girls to run outside. Crazy how early these start to smell....
  4. @monkeypig I would loveto try a packet but £120 a packet and sky high leccy prices with the risk of males...I'm out!
  5. @RUFUS HOUND Very interesting read there mate, and great to see the pics, and details of how you went about this, excellent stuff, and fair play Would there be much of a saving in just buying the carbon to refill like you've done here, compared with buying a new filter, thanks
  6. @Jams67 Ya the microgeens are very easy to do, and anyone could have a couple of trays on the window sill no bother. There's not a huge pile of info regards there benefits, but research in the states, say they can have up to 5 times more nutrition than adult veg, and are full of anti- inflammatorys, and many, many vitamins, and micro nutrients In the States many growers over the last 10 years have made successful business's from them, but there still not much known about here, and mainly used as a garnish by chefs in restaurants
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  8. @Oldman2.0That looks amazing, you defo got the green fingers bud I've been thinking of getting a greenhouse and starting to do my own veggies and herbs etc, addictive this growing malarkey. I've always liked the idea of being self-sufficient and living off the land. Im off to google microgreens now
  9. you are right, i just had a quick look yesterday and the small pic i saw was the same colour more or less as a doggy, but on closer inspection it was much bigger
  10. @Jams67 Sorry there mate, you asked if i grew anything else, not at present, but i do grow microgreens, as i'm going to make a new grow space for them in the garage next year Never grown anything else, and the microgreens, even though needing a fairly accurate environment, there not really growing plants, per say, as there just pop'n thousands of seeds roughly every 10 days, so just shoots really, also i defo, with current situation, will put a poly tunnel up for next season, and try a bit of growing some veggies for the first time, and look'n forward to that too
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