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20 Comments

  • Muhammad Hisyam Md Gapar 1 year ago

    Hi, great video! but I'm not sure if I'm missing out one of your point. What is the time interval for Nutrient Film technique by using automatic power timer?

  • Valter 1 year ago

    ''your mom'' cracked me up. xD

  • Jason Sanchez 1 year ago

    my middle school self came out for a second when it said "your mom" lol

  • InnocentPhoto 1 year ago

    I'm using smartpots and I rly love them. Also the taste of a grow in a
    good soil mix. But I would like to use the benefits of hydroponics.
    Could it be possible to use the benefits of soil and hydro together? I
    already have tested it for a week, with massive overwatering my Soil in
    the Smartpots and had also a massiv root growth outside the pots. They
    looked rly healthy and I had a good growth of my plants, without any
    overwatering damage, even my Soil was 24/7 moist and well watered . But I
    dont know if its worth or a good idea to invest in a Hydro System for
    Soil potting. The most people say its stupid and a waste of money, but
    the roots looked so good, they ware so long and white and I think this
    could be much better if the water was recycling. In my setting the water
    stood in my container, with my Smartpots.

  • kamran1 1 year ago

    Is peat considered hydroponics as well?

  • Warren Henry 1 year ago

    Do those same water temperature apply to stone wool grow blocks?

  • enzo buds 1 year ago

    I'm in love with the coco.

  • иiиa иiиiиi 1 year ago

    thank you for this video

  • Michael Bruno 1 year ago

    What about the DWC Kratky method? It proves that as long as you have long healthy roots to reach the water and nutrients at the bottom of your reservoir, the shorter roots will take in the O2 at the top. And with a larger enough reservoir, plants can be completely ignored for up to three months. This, of coarse, is only possible with the proper variation of light.

  • HiiiPower 1 year ago

    Can you please tell me what the coverage on the 1000w Yield Lab DE is? It says 8×8, am I missing something? I know usually a 1000w covers a 5×5, so how 8×8?

  • Bro Brah 1 year ago

    I'm in love with the coco.

  • Mic row 1 year ago

    well explained..im an advanced grower looking for tips and options..and this was heplful

  • venividivini 1 year ago

    good

  • JR92562 1 year ago

    Why so long between videos ???

  • keithmackall 1 year ago

    how do u keep the dwc water cool without a watercooler

  • Ed Tan 1 year ago

    I getting air from out side for my plants, do I still need co2?

  • Samuel Hernandez 1 year ago

    great video have a bunch of gear I haven't used in a while now I know what's my best option

  • Nick Westendorf 1 year ago

    Which Hydroponic system would you suggest for plants that don't do well in really moist soil, and thrives in periods of dryness ? I thought Ebb and Flow would be best but now Im not so sure. Please email me if you need more details to make a better suggestion, nick.west77@me.com. Thanks !

  • Ludwig Van Zappa 1 year ago

    Why would I want to transfer to a soil medium ?

  • Jonathan Bermudez 1 year ago

    Hempy Bucket