So week one of my Vegepod experience has come and gone.
I think I enjoy watching plants grow more than I like to watch paint dry although they seem as tedious as each other.
My journey has started with the construction of 2 x Vegepods and I then prepared two different growing areas.
One for 4 week old seedlings and one for non-GMO and non-Hybrid seeds with only a few exceptions so I can learn from the entire experience from a different stage of growth and improve my technique.
I am only using predominately structured and distilled water which has been filtered prior via my reverse osmosis filter system.
I only want to put high quality water on my plants and minimise their exposure to bad energy and trace chemicals and neurotoxins.
I will be implementing a portable 250L tanks so I can obtain greater access to rain water and I will document how I will be capturing this water in another video soon.
My ultimate goal is to also allow one plant on each cycle to flower so I can obtain all the seeds where appropriate and start to grow my seed bank.
Plants I am growing for winter:
- Thai Hot Chilli
- Broccoli (will do Brocollini next time)
- Bok Choy
- Baby Spinach
- Snow Peas
- Brussel Sprouts
- Pak Choy
- Choy Sum
- Egg Plant
The below picture is the one I have allocated for seeds only so they are not yet visible as still sparking below the surface.
Broccoli and Cauliflower leftover seedlings can be seen in the background.