Indoor Garden and DIY
DIY Hydroponics System
I’ve bought five more plastic containers about $6. I created more hydroponic systems for spinach. First, create a six 1-inch holes by a drill. Prepared small spinach and kept them in one container. This works like a simple Kratky hydroponics method.
Now, added a PC fan as a wind and invited some characters to my hydro garden 🙂 This is enjoyable.
Oregon Sprint Tomato
I hope it gets hotter now because tomato loves hot temperature and sunlight to grow faster.
Strawberries are almost ready.
Spinach and Green Onions
I’ve bought some spinach plants from Fred Meyer and transplanted to soil (picture below), planter, and hydroponics system as mentioned above.
Learning Raspberry Pi for our garden system to measure data and automation. Here is one blog post about starting Raspberry Pi in the past week: Raspberry Pi 4 to Indoor Garden System
Raspberry pi screen is projected to a monitor and changed the background picture to our Green Science logo.
Let’s see what we can measure and automate in the following weeks!
Weekdays: good weather and a little bit of wind
Weekend: Raining and a little bit of sunshine
Temperature: (low, high) = (48F, 79F)
Wind: (low, high) = (4mph, 11mph)