360 Degree Pin Nozzle

  • a href="http://www.futuregarden.com/cgi-bin/shop/group-list.html?mCat=gardens&desc=reservoir&lmenu=hydroponics">(1) 31 gallon Rubbermaid Roughtote reservoir
  • a href="http://www.futuregarden.com/cgi-bin/shop/group-list.html?mCat=irrigation&sCat=pumps&lmenu=hydroponics">(1) RIO 1100 350GPH submersible pump or similar
  • a href="http://www.futuregarden.com/cgi-bin/shop/group-list.html?mCat=irrigation&sCat=sprayers&lmenu=hydroponics">(5) 360 degree pin nozzle or 360 degree micro-sprayers
  • 2) 14" x 1/2" PVC spray bars (1) 1/2" PVC 'T' FPT fitting (1) 1/2" PVC endcap
  • 1) 1/2" MPT barbed adapter (1) 3/4" Male Garden Hose adapter (1) 3/4" Garden Hose cap
  • a href="http://www.futuregarden.com/cgi-bin/shop/group-list.html?mCat=irrigation&sCat=fittings&lmenu=irrigation">(1) 1/2" I.D. rubber grommet for sealing level tube exit
  • a href="http://www.futuregarden.com/cgi-bin/shop/group-list.html?mCat=irrigation&sCat=fittings&lmenu=hydroponics">(1) 1/2" barbed elbow fitting for level tube assembly
  • a href="http://www.futuregarden.com/cgi-bin/shop/group-list.html?mCat=irrigation&sCat=fittings&lmenu=hydroponics">(1) 1/2" rachet clamp for securing level tube on elbow fitting
  • a href="http://www.futuregarden.com/cgi-bin/shop/group-list.html?mCat=irrigation&sCat=tubing&lmenu=irrigation">32" of 1/2" blue or green poly tubing for pump line and level tube
  • a href="http://www.futuregarden.com/cgi-bin/shop/group-list.html?mCat=irrigation&sCat=filters&lmenu=irrigation">(1) 5/8" in-line filter for keeping sprayers clear

10' of 1/2" closed cell foam gasket tape for sealing lid

  • a href="http://www.futuregarden.com/propagation/media_lecastone.html">(1) Quart of LECA stone 8-16mm
  • 6) 3" net cups - FYI - You can use up to (8) cups per unit, 2 rows of 4 each. (6) Perfect Starts or equivalent seed starting/rooting plugs
Growing Vegetables In Containers For Beginners

Growing Vegetables In Containers For Beginners

Start Saving Money By Discovering How To Grow Your Own Fruit and Vegetables At Home From Start To Finish. Container gardening does not have to be expensive. With a bit of imagination you can reuse containers and items that are around your home and start your own container garden on a minimal budget. Of course, if you prefer you can buy containers from the store and make your container garden a feature in your home.

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