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Peak Moment 87: In summer 2006 Judy Alexander embarked on an experiment to see how much food she could grow, and how many neighbors could benefit, from the garden around her house. Check out her homegrown rainwater collection and irrigation system – watering her 60+ edible crops. Meet the bees, the chickens and the worms. And catch her joy in producing so much food for so little effort.
- Body material: Thermoplastic
- Circuitry board material: Diecast Chrome
- 60 Blue light LEDs: 465nm (nanometer) wave length
- 165 Red light LEDs: 650nm (nanometer) wave length
- 165 + 60 = Total 225 LEDs
This panel has no ballasts to burn out like other plant lights. It does not run hot, just warm. You will not experience unsightly brown burned leaves when they accidentally touch the LEDs. This is common with most other lights that get very hot. This more controlled running temperature reduces the need to water so often and keeps rooms with plants from getting uncomfortably hot in the summer months requiring additional air conditioning. Extreme energy efficiency per… More >>
Learn Pilates for under $2! mhlo.co An author with an award-winning gardening blog and a book called Small-Space Container Gardens, slated to be published in January of 2011 by Timber Press, Fern Richardson answers some interesting questions about gardening and her blog. Life on the Balcony is an award winning blog about the container gardening tips and tricks Richardson has picked up over the last few years of growing plants on tiny balconies and patios and creating container gardens for her clients.
Lowe’s gardening expert, Erika Vetrini, shares tips on growing vegetables and herbs such as basil, tomatoes, lettuce and radishes. To learn from more gardening videos like this one, visit www.Lowes.com