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Hydroponics pvc pipe roof top garden

The size of this roof top is 8250mm x 6250mm on concrete.
I want to use the PVC pipe system. A vegatable garden.
I want to know the details of how to go about to install this.
If possible can some come up with an Idea.

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Do a search for hydroponics on here and you'll find several good instructables. If you would have tagged your post with hydroponics and other related tags you would have a good listing of what your looking for along the right hand side of the page here.
What vegetables ? Tomatoes, chilli, peppers etc do well. Hydroponic potatoes can be done, but its a lot of faffing about.
What a wonderful expression.

I look forward to using it if i am still able to in coming days.

My blood sugar has skied to over 470  :(
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Are you type 1 or type 2 ?
Type 2.
With careful attention and drugs, going down 350-290 which is still high
but no longer sight threatening.
I will see a good endocrinologist early tomorrow :-)

I have a friend over here with type 2 on some fantastic new drug, which is supposed to be injected once a day, in a tiny dose, to kick your pancreas into a higher gear, I can't remember the name though....
Thanks Ill bring it up with the doc.
My nurse daughter tells me of such an inject drug to be used
for a short time after a flare up like mine for restoring western balance.

BTW over  here we say don't dilly_dally around and do the job :)

Not an American word then ?
Interesting.
What does it mean?
It was an old ScottishNorthern English word meaning to mess around and not do the main task, or a job which has a lot of steps.
cf.
"I.....it would have been a lot of faffing about to use their instructions, so I did it my way"

or....

"The instructable had 150 steps ! What a lot of faffing around just to change a lightbulb"


Originally it meant a brief puff of wind, that would have pushed smoke down a chimney. Its been in common use where we live for a couple of hundred years or so. Its been commonly used in the UK for probably 50 years.
PS. Its a polite word !
Once I saw a Scottish dictionary. And all this time I thought that Scots speak the Queen's English! :-)
Heck, even we get subtitles....

Lots of similarities between Scottish and Northern English, and we're closer to Scandinavian languages
blueoven (author)  steveastrouk1 year ago
the normal vegatables above ground like tamatoes beans cucumber, pumpkin corn ect
I like NFT pipe systems, the productivity is excellent, you might prefer drip-run to waste. On a roof of unknown structural strength I'd avoid an ebb and flow system.