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starting an indoor organic garden

Posted by dripfedfred none (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 1, 14 at 8:56

hey guys. i've desinged and am building a 7m3 indoor garden! im going all organic and using 2 600w hps lights.
i have accounted for tempriture regulation and humidity regulations and can change these factors in my room to pritty much within 1 degrees of what i want. i have decided to do my first grow at around 26 degrees ( 24 at one side of my room and 26 the other.) can anyone suggest fruits and veg's that would be easy to grow in these conditions? i've got a coupel of composts bins brewing and am getting a ciment mixer to mix my soild so varied ph soil levels wont be a problem!


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RE: starting an indoor organic garden

So are you building a greenhouse? If this indoor garden is separate from your house, then I think it's a greenhouse, but if it's inside, maybe an atrium? How will it get light. All artificial?

How will you keep fungus gnats out?


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