Max’s Weblog

Life, Thoughts, Gardening.

About May 12, 2008

In this blog I will be blogging about my life, thoughts, gardening, writing reviews of various products, and logging my hydroponic progress.


7 Responses to “About”

  1. laurel huggins Says:

    Hi there…love the new photos and the article about the german woman. Keep me posted. I am enjoying watching your garden grow! You are an interesting young man.

  2. jolli Says:

    I saw Max’s garden first hand and am impressed that such a young teenager is so invested and doing such an impressive job learning, growning and being productive and kudos to you Max for your expertise and gentleness to the plant world. I see you in the future teaching and conducting classes for future generations. Jolli

  3. Beverly Says:

    Thanks for the feedback on my new blog! Glad you are ok after the bee sting. When I was a kid my father raised bees and I was forever getting stung. I would swell up but never anything scary like your breathing problems!!
    I do hate the spider webs worse than the spiders. Some are so strong it seems like you can never get rid of it all!
    Keep up the good work on the hydroponics and gardening! Love the tomatoes!!!!

  4. stoatmax Says:

    Thanks for stopping by Beverly, I hope to see what your blog becomes with a bit of time!
    This being the first allergic reaction I’d ever had, it was weird. The only problem is that the mores time you get stung after reacting to a sting, the worse it gets.
    Once again, thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  5. Jena Says:

    I’m looking forward to seeing how those lychee seeds grow… we have a few we’d like to try.

  6. Steve Caswell Says:

    Thanks for your nice review of the waterfarm. I’m new to gradening and I’m using a waterfarm for my first project — growing tomatoes. I’ve been able to find lots of useful info, but have not been able to find the most basic of issues — how much should I water the tomato plant. Do you have any suggestions? If you do, I thank you in advance.

    — Steve

    • stoatmax Says:

      Well Steve I took a try at tomatoes and frankly if you have a cycle timer, run it 45 minutes on 15 off for optimum growth, but otherwise you can run it full time. Just use regular nutrients on it and when you feel it needs a boost, get some higher grade nutes like FloraNova.
      Tomatoes, I’ve found, have worked quite well in the Waterfarm for me and others, so if I were you I’d give it a try.
      Good luck!


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