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You will always find knockers. The fish won't be good to eat, plants won't be as nutritious, etc.. Those same people will then go home to heat up their store bought crumbed piece of "who knows what" fish and tip a bag of green leaves out of a bag into a bowl.

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You will always find knockers. The fish won't be good to eat, plants won't be as nutritious, etc.. Those same people will then go home to heat up their store bought crumbed piece of "who knows what" fish and tip a bag of green leaves out of a bag into a bowl.

Isn't that the truth! :laughing3:

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Fantastic, I was curious.

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I was at the Big Blue home improvement store to pick up some nails. They had a picture/info change for the size I was looking for since the last time I picked up a box. :shock: The picture sure doesn't give a lot of confidence, then again maybe it's a case of "truth in advertising". Just in case I grabbed a couple of the older boxes with the picture I was more used to/comfortable with because, yeah, that makes a difference (and it came with an extra nail)! :geek:


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This was only half way through the growth of the pumpkin.


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Before the Tooth-ache plant took over.


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This is before the overflow, notice the valve is full open... After the overflow I had the valve just barely open!


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I stuck a chopped banana pup (was cut without any intact roots) in the system, let it form a good root structure, then replanted in soil (it is doing rather well).


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The Okra grew FAST, tended to grow too large (and fibrous) by the time I would get to it.


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Tomatoes did well, need to keep the pests away.


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