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I own a couple hydroponic stores in Ohio and can drop ship equipment to be able to grow plants indoors if anyone is interested

My store has been open about a year and a half and we added store number two, we are not making money at this time as we are fresh in the business world, but I always offer free guidance too even if you already have your equipment in place. Please feel free to give me a holler if you want to start growing plants inside your house. I can not give advice on illegal growing of plants but I can give you advice and equipment for a good price for any type of plant you would like to grow in your home. I am open Monday through Friday 10am to 6pm EST, and Sundays from 12pm to 4pm. This is not some kind of money grabbing scheme, I have been on Dailypaul creeping within days, for 6 years. I don't sell growing supplies, I sell freedom, if you don't mind me making me a few dollars, I would appreciate it, but my advice is always free, if you need equipment, I will need to make a few bucks, but my advice is always free. Let's grow together peeps, no pun intended. Our phone number is 216-518-1870, no spam please or telemarketing or I will hang up the phone unless you are a Dailypaul member and are looking to work symbiotically with the business I currently have, then I have no problem listening to possible business ventures. My advice is always free to Dailypaul members though. Thanks for listening. If you are going a large commercial grow I can definitely save you money, please mention Dailypaul when you call me. Freedom is popular. Please keep in mind I cannot offer advice on illegal activities when you call and if you call. Keep it simple and to the point.




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Buckeye Bump

Good luck with the business! I am in Newark and if we ever decide to grow inside, we will be up.

I'm in Columbus

guessing your in Cleveland by the area code. If you need any help down here feel free to pm me.

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Cool thanks P. Nicholson

I am in Berea, Ohio. If you decide you want to start your own indoor garden please let me know.

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Bump Question: Why hydroponics and not aquaponics?

When we first looked into home growing, we started with a garden. I had much experience here as a kid but completely missed how much space and effort it took for so little production. We compared aeroponics to hydro.

Aeroponics was touted as having the most extreme growth but incurred the highest capital cost to get set up. So many finicky nozzles were needed and they had to be kept very clean so the air to water ratio stayed perfect. For the small extra boost in growth with no boost in footprint, I couldn't justify the extra cost. Hydro looked much easier.

When we started hydroponics, I couldn't believe how much expense was involved in the repetitive chemicals, not to mention that most of the chemicals didn't exactly sound so natural. Sure, some were, but when you wanted faster and faster growth, the sales was pushed toward this special stuff or that. We tried organic chemicals.

We then tried various compost teas and vermiculture mixes to feed a hydro system. That ended up a complete mess because of all the algae and moss that ended up growing instead. We felt aquaponics might help.

The aquaponics seems to be the solution to all the above problems. It is very tricky to get started but once you figure it out and then wait 2-4 weeks, it settles into working just fine. Sure, it has more 'process' to manage and that can be tricky but it's not really that much. Basically, if you miss a few days, it rarely seems to care.

I just wondered if others had followed this same process and if so, why did they stay on a certain step and not move all the way to where we did.

I am not a terribly big fan of aquaponics or hydroponics

Aquaponics seems to me that you cannot control the feed schedule of your plants. It is very possible to get deficiencies from just relying on fish emulsion to feed your plants. I find calcium and magnesium to be a nutrient you can feed with every watering and I just don't think you can get that solely relying on fish waste. Hydroponics I am not a big fan of simply because of the amount of work involved in keeping your PH stable and your parts per millions at optimum levels. Parts per millions for those that don't know, is how much nutrients you have in the water and during different stages of growth that needs to be increased, and as plants eat you need to try and maintain a certain level of parts per million to achieve maximum growth. Obviously as you stated above, it is very hard to go organic with hydroponics because organic nutrients tend to be thick and will ferment if they sit in water for too long. I prefer gardening with dirt because you can control the nutrient feeds much better, with fresh new feeding solution everytime you water instead of trying to raise the parts per million in a reservoir. Also keep in mind you can reuse your dirt multiple times so if you have a big garden going, you dont have to worry about disposing of a lot of dirt each time you harvest, you simply use something like Hygrozyme to break down any organic material left over after you harvest and it basically cleans the dirt for another run. To top it off, the systems are very expensive to buy for hydroponics, and I would rather see someone spend the money on more wattage on the ceiling in terms of lighting to increase their yields rather than spend it on things on the ground when dirt is so much cheaper. Hope that helps please feel free to call if you ever have any questions. I find most people, especially beginners find dirt to be the easiest and most cost effective way of growing. Hydroponics and aquaponics is definitely a lot more tricky to manage. Aquaponics and hydroponics are not too bad to do if you are growing on a small scale, but if you choose to do a commercial size grow, dirt is the easiest and cheapest to maintain.

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for sure let me know

either on here or give me a call at the store, especially if it is something you are offering, good to keep business within the liberty community if at all possible.

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Here is a little

bump for others to get a chance to see your post. Hope this is a good year for you tog. My hens keep me busy but who knows maybe someday I will give hydroponics a try.

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thank you quiltingsando

for the bump, I am hoping your liberty attire is still alive and well, do you still have the flags and things for sale. I did not post this to make money in all reality, I posted it more to help people in our movement for the boom that will come with the laws that are changing in this nation. It is gonna be a huge industry and I hope we are all at the forefront of it, meaning us awakened ones. You can grow in dirt too, it is actually less expensive and easier than hydroponics, God made dirt and dirt dont hurt. Hydroponics actually means growing without soil, so if there is no dirt it is hydroponic, many people think it is growing just in water, which it is not. It means growing in any other medium than soil. I think I will have a few chickens by next year for eggs, should be fun, if you can give me advice on raising them it would be great, I can't bring em in the house and it gets quite cold outside here.

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must. like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.-Thomas Paine

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If you are interested in hens

the best web site on the matter is backyard chickens. The site is awesome and you'll get addicted to it. Hee,hee

http://www.backyardchickens.com/

I have a few flags in the attic. I'm not on Zazzle anymore, ran out of ideas and patience.

Good luck

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thanks Quiltingsando

I am definitely gonna get some this year for those yummy organic eggs :)

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Thank you for this reference, QS!

Much appreciated!

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