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Woot! is offering the Aerogrow AeroGarden Harvest 360, Black for $79.95. Free shipping for Prime customers. Otherwise it is $6 flat rate.

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I've had bad experience with woot purchases. Most were used when it clearly stated new. I feel like a lot of the products on the website could be refurbished products.
That's solid feedback. That's a reason not to jump on this deal. Sorry you've had that experience, by the way.
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That's solid feedback. That's a reason not to jump on this deal. Sorry you've had that experience, by the way.
FWIW I'm 2 for 2 on Woot purchases. No complaints so far.
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Aerogardens are good and work. However, they are way too small to get good yields. Replacement parts are mostly proprietary or require modifications. You usually need to replace a lot of parts between each setup. So you need to continue investing money if you plan to keep planting.
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What Type of bud can grow in this?
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What Type of bud can grow in this?
None. At best you could clone with this potentially.
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I got this one for my mom to grow flowers. I've had the sprout (old model no LED lights) and I have the harvest. This has way brighter lights then the harvest led. But I don't like it's user interface as much. For $80 I don't think it's too bad but growing more than 1 tomato plant would be a problem much better suited for smaller herbs and flowers just because the pods aren't as spread out.
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Found this model in white at a TJ Maxx for $40 last November before all this COVID madness.

It's a great little unit for someone who doesn't have a "green thumb" and wants to grow a bit of fresh herbs for cooking use. We currently only grow basil, Thai basil, and dill. Those three alone already grow really big and quickly. Even with biweekly harvesting it just keeps growing. You can grow up to six different pods, but the bigger plants will overshadow the smaller plants from the light, and they won't grow as efficiently (or possibly die)

Usage is really simple: the LED lights tell you when to add water, when to feed with plant food, and you can set the light cycle (or turn off). Be aware that the lights are really bright. So it would be best if you place it in your house where it won't be a huge issue. We have a tiny apartment, and keep it in our living room by the sliding door. The light literally is enough to keep the entire living room lit when it's on.

Replacement pods and plant food are relatively cheap on Amazon. Plant food is a liquid and you only use a cap full at a time, and feeding is usually once a week or so, however, it really depends on how much you're growing.

Overall $80 is a not a bad price point for this product, but it could probably be had for cheaper. It's a really great gift for someone who loves fresh herbs year round and gardening.
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Aerogardens are good and work. However, they are way too small to get good yields. Replacement parts are mostly proprietary or require modifications. You usually need to replace a lot of parts between each setup. So you need to continue investing money if you plan to keep planting.
Lol, pretty sure you never used one.
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In for one. Thanks!
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Never owned one of these, nor have much of a green thumb.

But could these be used economically to grow enough vegetables to make it worthwhile? For instance, could I use one as a 'Lettuce' machine?

Or would it be like I end up eating my entire harvest for dinner one night, then have to regrow again for several weeks/months?
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Never owned one of these, nor have much of a green thumb.

But could these be used economically to grow enough vegetables to make it worthwhile? For instance, could I use one as a 'Lettuce' machine?

Or would it be like I end up eating my entire harvest for dinner one night, then have to regrow again for several weeks/months?
You'd be better off with a "grow wall" if you have ample sunlight in your home. These won't yield enough for a regular consumption or for a family for more than let's say once a week until the harvest ends. Grow walls aren't cheap, but if you're handy you can make one for a few hundred bucks perhaps. They're really neat if you can manage it though.
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seems expensive for a pot with some LEDs. LEDs are so cheap now.
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Never owned one of these, nor have much of a green thumb.

But could these be used economically to grow enough vegetables to make it worthwhile? For instance, could I use one as a 'Lettuce' machine?

Or would it be like I end up eating my entire harvest for dinner one night, then have to regrow again for several weeks/months?
This is more for small herbs. You'd need a larger set up to sustain just one person's diet.

Word of caution: indoor growing is a deep rabbit hole. I'm several hundred deep in a grow tent and aquaponics setup and I've barely earned my money back after about 2 years, not counting the time invested.

If you want a new hobby or you're paranoid about food purity at the supermarket go for it, but it's unlikely you'll save any money with small scale gardening.
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looks perfect for weed farming business Wink
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This is more for small herbs. You'd need a larger set up to sustain just one person's diet.

Word of caution: indoor growing is a deep rabbit hole. I'm several hundred deep in a grow tent and aquaponics setup and I've barely earned my money back after about 2 years, not counting the time invested.

If you want a new hobby or you're paranoid about food purity at the supermarket go for it, but it's unlikely you'll save any money with small scale gardening.
Yeah I ventured down the hydroponics rabbit hole after my wife got an aerogarden first...few hundred later and I have 5-6 dozen tomatoes and some healthy green onions and peppers. Use those $12-$15 ultrasonic foggers if you want to clone any cuttings, no rooting compound required just fog on 1 minute off 2 is how i do it. What kind of lighting did you get? Ended up getting an Elite 360 Kit from Horticultural Lighting Group, it works amazingly well, they have great sales sometimes and its super easy to build your own quantum board from a kit.
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