Home made Deep water hydroponic system for $35 Easy

I use hydroponics to start all my plants, it’s much faster and very easy, now with my home made deep hydroponic system I can grow larger vegitables like your…
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25 Responses to “Home made Deep water hydroponic system for $35 Easy”

  1. best way to go

  2. you stressed a lot on no algae….so i have to ask….what would algae do
    to our plants?

  3. The drawback to hydroponics is that you must buy “plant food” or nutrition
    and supplements that are costly.

  4. It’s the SWEDE! (not saying I think you’re Swedish – it’s a character on
    Hell on Wheels)

  5. The drawback to hydroponics is that you have to buy “plant food” or
    nutrition and supplements which can be costly.

  6. Combine this with a fish tank and you have a closed loop. The fish will
    give nutrients to the water and the veggies with clean the water for the
    fish :) 

  7. How often do you have to use the nutrients?
    Do the pumps ever get shut off or do they run 24/7?
    How long do you run your grow light?
    Can you use a container that is half the size or is it recommended to use
    the 18 gallon tub?
    Do you just start plants this way or can you continue to grow through the
    winter months?
    Thanks much for your presentation and your answers. Have a nice day!!

  8. Hello, were did you get that light bulb from, what is it called? 

  9. LMAO your growing organic with miracle gro..lmao…defeats the
    purpose…that shit is poison to the dna

  10. lol you wasted so much water rinsing those roots. you should use the water
    you wash the roots with to fill the bucket.

  11. The issue with hydroponics is you need to purchase “plant food” or
    nutrients and supplements that can be high-priced.

  12. I live in Illinois can I grow in my basement over winter?

  13. I would add a 1/2″ rubber grommet, 1/2″ barbed elbow, and a 1 foot long
    vinyl tube. Connect them to a hole on the bottom. This will enable you to
    see the water level without opening the lid and you will be able to easily
    remove the water without disturbing the root zone or opening the lid. 

  14. Teresa A. Velazquez Reply October 27, 2014 at 8:56 am

    The issue with hydroponics is you will need to pay for “plant food” or
    nutrition and supplements which are high-priced.

  15. What would happen if I use soil in place of those rocks? 

  16. hi , will it work if i dont pump air in it?

  17. can i grow my weed in this shit?

  18. Great video very informational
    

  19. You use organic cucumber plants and yet you use genetically modified
    Miracle Grow from Monsanto to feed the plants? Aren’t you defeating the
    purpose of organic plants? And what about chemicals being leached from the
    plastic into the watering system? Do you have any data on using non-food
    grade plastic? This is not meant to criticize or discourage. I only mean to
    bring up curiosity questions and hopefully find answers and solutions.

    For example, can modified manure tea be used instead of Miracle Grow? Can
    sunlight be used as a supplement to the mercury filled florescent light
    bulb? 

  20. Interesting. But fuck Wal-Mart. I’d never buy anything from them. 

  21. how often do you have to change out the water.and how often do you add
    miracle grow

  22. thanks so much for this video. Can the plant stay in it forever or do you
    have to move it into something bigger once the veg or fruit appear?