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The light is really bright too. Stupid plants
Yep. They make great seed starters though
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My gf got this for Christmas and it's amazing! If you have children that want to learn to garden during the winter, this thing is amazing. Good find OP!
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The light is really bright too. Stupid plants
This. Why does no one mention this? If it is another room that is near your bedroom and you can't (or won't) close your doors... Good luck!
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This. Why does no one mention this? If it is another room that is near your bedroom and you can't (or won't) close your doors... Good luck!
Because that's to be expected when you buy a grow light.
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ITT: Complaints such as: Plants need light! Things grow in the grow medium! If you don't trim the plants, the others die!
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Mine got this green algae growing on the roots and killed the plant.
The algae won't necessarily harm the plant. Overwatering it will, however, cause the roots to rot. You were fu*king with it too much. Plant the seed, water it when necessary, ignore the roots. If you have ever done a kratky setup in a mason jar, the jar will be entirely green by the plants adult stage but it doesn't matter by then because you should have harvested it.
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This is not difficult, I'll tell everyone this one neat trick!
I only grow genovese basil, and only put two pods in, in the furthest slots from each other. Cover up the other holes and only grow two basil pods. You can grow this for a few months if you keep it trimmed. You need to keep it trimmed away from the light, or it will bolt and flower on you. After a few months, when the roots are just ridiculously overrunning the water reservoir, you just throw it out and get two new pods.
I've never been able to grow a full aerogarden, and I don't believe it to be possible. The things is just too small - some herbs will grow quickly shade out the others, and this leads to all the complaints of difficulty and mold.

If you trim the basil properly, and put the cuts in some water with the diluted aerogarden nutrient mix, the cut will grow roots after a few days you can and plant it in dirt outside.
I mean, 80 bucks is a lot, no matter for basil or cilantro, plus electricity. Maybe getting some fresh is better for me or just plant some in my backyard. Otherwise it doesn't make sense to pay 80 bucks for just 2 pods of basil...
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Quote from Moutard12 :
Yep. They make great seed starters though
Seed sprout doesn't need light that's what I learnt from biology books
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Is there a web site that gets into the details of Aero gardening that you've found helpful?
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definitely requires thorough cleaning/maintenance at least once a month

unfortunately i let it overgrow too long and my genovese basil flowered/hardened 4 months in and dill finally died from root rot after 6 months

that's avoidable as long as you take care of it regularly
thyme, thai basil, mint, and parsley are still going strong after 7 months!
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This. Why does no one mention this? If it is another room that is near your bedroom and you can't (or won't) close your doors... Good luck!
I bought a tri-fold presentation board (like for science fairs) and it helps to reduce the light significantly. Covered it with contact paper on one side to make it pretty and plan to glue a mylar sheet (emergency blanket) to the other side for maximum light on the plants. But hey, if people prefer to just complain on the internet instead of trying to solve their problems, they can.
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I bought a tri-fold presentation board (like for science fairs) and it helps to reduce the light significantly. Covered it with contact paper on one side to make it pretty and plan to glue a mylar sheet (emergency blanket) to the other side for maximum light on the plants. But hey, if people prefer to just complain on the internet instead of trying to solve their problems, they can.
Didn't come here to complain, it just is often not mentioned. That sounds like an effective solution to reduce the light and improve the effeciency of the whole system, but unless the Aerogarden comes with a presentation board, contact paper, and a mylar blanket, I figure people would like to know.
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it doesn't make sense to pay 80 bucks for just 2 pods of basil...
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You will use the machine more than once. You can also stagger planting every other week so you have a mature plant when you need it.
I hate to be a shill for an (arguably) not so frugal way to grow plants, but come on people.
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Quote from OrangeCable3540 :
Because that's to be expected when you buy a grow light.
I have a grow light but it isn't bright. It's pink/purple in color. We turn it on only at night.
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Quote from IIIPlasmaIII :
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You will use the machine more than once. You can also stagger planting every other week so you have a mature plant when you need it.
I hate to be a shill for an (arguably) not so frugal way to grow plants, but come on people.
I wouldn't pay this much either. But some do and that is ok.
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unfortunately, mine wasn't that easy... i had to constantly fight off mold
I found if you freeze those grow plugs 48 hrs no mold. Unfortunately it's in those usually if it shows up tho sometimes it's old (seeds)
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