We got our first frost in NW PA this morning. It was beautiful driving to work just after dawn. It wasn't a killing frost, but it made me finally feel like the clock is ticking to get everything put up. I still have a fair number of broccoli and cabbage heads that could use some more growth, but everything else is pretty much done as the Fall Spinach, Kale and Lettuces got decimated by something I never did see and the fall peas never even flowered (but we have been eating the leaves in salads to replace the spinach) I will have a last round of green beans and corn (hopefully) to can this weekend, but other than putting the garlic in the ground in a few weeks, I am pretty much done for the year. Knowing this, I am already longing for next year and planning next year's garden layout. :scratch That being said, it brings me to the reason for my post...does anyone grow year-round? I don't have a good Southern exposure where the wife would allow me to start an indoor garden, but my BIL has a hydroponic system that he hasn't been using and I may be able to confiscate cheaply. Anyone have experience with hydroponics? I have done a few searches, but the info points me in toomany directions. I would rather go straight to someone who has done it versus someone who is selling me something. Thanks.