My name’s Jeb And it’s time to make some salad I grow weary of all the gardening rules we have to follow Maybe that’s why I grow so many things without soil I’m going to try to grow a salad With five different plants in the same tote Of course that has it’s own set of challenges Different nutrient requirements Different maturation dates Picking up six rock wools with one hand Bamboo skewer doesn’t follow the rules either It just keeps picking up the seeds and setting them down On a side note This tap water has a PH of didn’t check And an EC of not worried about it Day 11 These plants look pretty happy so far though I usually try to wait until after adding nutrients To thin out plants But these radishes were impatient Day 15 nutrients 3 gallons tap water 6 grams masterblend tomato 6 grams calcium nitrate 3 grams epsom salt and a ton of love! Would you believe me if I told you I haven’t been mixing my dry ingredients thoroughly Day 18 I did another video on the pest issues I encountered I’ll try not to ruin the ending for you Ohhhh Day 7 Don’t be jealous danish cookie tin It’s just a disposable loaf pan Day 14 – I knew this radish would mature before anything else And I put the carrots in the middle because they like to grow tall We’ll just have to see how that works out Day 15 Have you heard the prophecy that was foretold? The gardener that grows the plants in the stone Shall be king! Day 18 Day 28 Something has taken root in my radish’s roots It seems harmless, maybe it’s beneficial Is it Jeborrhizah? (Jeb + Mycorrhiza) Day 31 Oh lettuce! You fell before your time Maybe a different fungus took you The other lettuce looks fine Day 35 Day 44 This other lettuce got a little reachie (tall) in the end But it wasn’t bitter Is it possible to have too much cilantro? Like I suspected, the carrots just didn’t have enough time to get to a decent size Will all the fungus floating around in the water Even I am not going to eat the roots out of that Your gardening safety tip for the day Don’t eat rock wool! Radishes this large tend to be spicy But most of the heat’s in the skin So what gardening rules do you like to break? Share with a friend!