Easy & Quick Hydroponic Cabbage & Broccoli

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25 Responses to “Easy & Quick Hydroponic Cabbage & Broccoli”

  1. how long does it take to grow from sprout to harvest? and how much light do
    you give them daily? is it cost effective to grow your own veggies this
    way opposed to store bought?

  2. How many or what type of ho t5 lights are you using? Ie…4ftx6tube or +/-
    ? Also do you use any reflective material like mylar for the lighting or
    just what the lamp throws out? Thanks. Great looking veg

  3. these look great! I am trying it on a small scale with 9 goldfish.

  4. Everything looks nice and green.

  5. :D Bobby isn’t the jealous type he would just setup an example of yours
    versus his and totally own it! LOL

  6. Off Grid Gardening Reply March 31, 2015 at 10:06 pm

    I just haven’t spent the money yet for an expensive meter, but will soon
    the more I am doing now ;) -

  7. Austin Family Gardening Channel Reply March 31, 2015 at 10:14 pm

    Your totes are kicking butt ! Plants look awesome. Thanks for the update.
    Larry

  8. I copied these from your video exactly and everything grew nicely at first,
    Then I realized I wasn’t using a some kind of light. After my starts got
    leggy. I don’t think you mentioned it in your video. Anyways I restarted
    some new seeds and everything is growing nicely and no more leggy starts
    with the grow lights. I can’t wait to try these and compare with the ones
    I’m growing outside. Thx

  9. Off Grid Gardening Reply March 31, 2015 at 10:39 pm

    Clean you water and go back to 5-10ml per gal.

  10. MHPGardner is going to be jealous if you keep that up! Great looking
    plants. I don’t recall what light you are using over them? -Mark

  11. are you using solar energy for the lights? Can you make a video pro and
    cons about your hydrophobic gardening. I’m planning getting started maybe
    in few more years, I’m still learning them to grow in the soil.

  12. neato toledo bungeeman

  13. Off Grid Gardening Reply April 1, 2015 at 12:42 am

    good luck, yeah legginess sucks but the plants will lean over and made do,
    thanks for watching ;) -

  14. Fensterfarm Greenhouse Reply April 1, 2015 at 1:24 am

    great looking plants. not use to seeing the rock wool without algae growing
    on it! lol Chuck

  15. Off Grid Gardening Reply April 1, 2015 at 2:02 am

    thanks for watching ;) -

  16. Off Grid Gardening Reply April 1, 2015 at 2:39 am

    LOL Bobby is way ahead of me! It is high-output T5 lighting. Basically the
    same as a T8 but higher-output lamps in a smaller space.

  17. i am really very impressed by the cabbages. All of it to be honest, but i
    seem to like the phenomenon of the leaves folding in cabbages. anyways,
    thanks for sharing.

  18. wow! everything looks great.

  19. Off Grid Gardening Reply April 1, 2015 at 4:28 am

    yeah, they are impressive ;) -

  20. The broccoli will Bloom using t5′s? I thought you needed Metal H. lighting
    to bloow Broccoli indoors?

  21. I have a very similar setup but when I add more of the pure blend pro grow
    to top off my roots turn brown, I know its more of a discoloration than rot
    and my lettuce continue to grow wonderfully, just wondering your thoughts
    on this. I mix it 15ml per gal but always on the light side of that.

  22. Brandon Mitchell Reply April 1, 2015 at 6:45 am

    Thanks for the Update!

  23. Great update – thanks! It would be interesting to see what the PH is in
    those totes at some stage. Maybe next update :)

  24. that cabbage looks hungry. you have some yellowing at the ends of the
    leaves…

  25. Off Grid Gardening Reply April 1, 2015 at 8:31 am

    No, I didn’t pH it because I have never had an issue with growth. One of
    these days I will buy a good pH meter. Thanks for watching ;) -