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    what's hydrophinic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by upper View Post
    what's hydrophinic?
    It's growing plants without soil, usually with mineral enhanced water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmlr38 View Post
    It's growing plants without soil, usually with mineral enhanced water.
    doesnt that go against... everything?
    i thought mineral enhanced water couldnt be used to water VFT with, now you're growing it with pure mineral enhanced water?
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    lol after we are done using the aerogarden for oregano and stuff, ima try em aeroponically. i think it will be interesting

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    yeah but VFT get their nutrients from the bugs they eat so I will be using pure distilled water

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    In theory..it could work.
    but in practice, I doubt it..

    yes, VFTs grow in very wet conditions..but they can also be TOO wet!
    how would VFTs react having their roots constantly submerged in water?
    I dont know..
    but long term, I dont think they would be happy..

    the bigger question, in my mind, is "why bother"??

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    scott............my guess in active growth they would not care.......if dormant, likely lead to rot............my active growth one is usually sopping wet.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottychaos View Post
    the bigger question, in my mind, is "why bother"??

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