Well here I am sharing one of my hobbies. I enjoy Hydroponics, mostly growing tomatoes. For
those who might not know what is hydroponics it is growing without soil. Soil happens to carry lots of diseases, and
without it you don't get those nasty weeds and have more control with bugs. Most everthing is automated in a greenhouse
environment like water, fans, heat, cooling, humidity so I can leave this hobby for weeks at a time if I have too, and things
are not going to die or get out of hand. With hydroponic the goal is to always have the right environment and food for
the plant so the plants grow their fastest, healthiest and a longer growing season.
Made my own hydroponic systems out of the UV PVC fence posts, then sheep tanks, pumps, hearters, and all the plumbing. If you were to
order one of these units it would cost $3000. I made all three for half that price!
A lady I read that moved her three year old plants to the valley they were twenty-four feet long!
I have been told they grow longer. I do grow more than tomatos but mainly tomatoes.
I have grown cucumbers, peas, lettuce, bell peppers, habaneros, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower,
and other things all hydroponicly. The goal is giving the plants the most perfect environment, and perfect vitamins
and minerals which then they give you the most they can produce. They really do grow much faster that most people
think in these conditions. I kept the importain thing to say for last, and that is the flavor is fit only for kings
and queens! Just ask anyone who has tasted any of the produce from my greenhouse.