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comment Basement hydro or aquaponics?
I've seen all of these plants in hydroponic setups and I think they would be fine together. None of them have invasive roots. Your main issue will be competition for light. Strawberries and lettuce are low to the ground, while tomatoes and peppers grow up tall or viney…especially tomatoes. If you can give the tomatoes enough space when you plant them to fill out without blocking out the light from the lettuce and strawberries, I think you'll be fine.
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comment Basement hydro or aquaponics?
Can we assume that your temperature info is in degrees Celsius?
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comment Can I grow a fruit bearing pistachio tree?
I did end up planting three fruit baring pistachio trees that I acquired in Alamogordo, NM. 2 female and 1 male. They haven't been through an entire year in the ground yet, but are doing well so far.
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