Added by on 2016-03-14

I picked up a couple of Aeroponics Systems called Aero-Pots from a company called Happy Hydroponics. Aeroponics is a form of hydroponics which makes use of a fine mist to keep plants happy. You can pick them up on ebay form the Happy Hydroponics Store: http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Happy-Hydroponics Version 2.0 aeroponics 60 space grow system. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsAero Pot Aeroponics System Review My new Hydroponics ToyHydroponics growing system: How to build a DIY Aeroponics growing system for indoor growing.General Hydroponics Aeroflo2 Aeroponics System 60Hydroponics growing system: How to build a DIY Aeroponics growing system using a 5 Gallon BucketPLANES FOR KIDS VIDEO: Skipper Riley Model Kit Zvezda from Disney Cartoon Toys ReviewCacoon Maze Vertical Growing System Hydroponics – Aeroponics Living Walls – Wall

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21 Comments

  • Paidi Porang 1 year ago

    nice

  • Ben Botha 1 year ago

    You should consider turning the jiffy pellets around you'll see there is a small hole an the other side instead of poking a hole through the bottom

  • Muataz Mostafa Husain 1 year ago

    Thank you for sharing the experience with us and please attach clarify more about the type and strength and the way they work and , of course, the image of the pump

  • Guilherme L. 1 year ago

    I bought an atomizer after seeing your video, i found it pretty heplful. In my case, i've use the atomizer to customize a grow cabinet that i'm building. I've use the atomizer connected to a humidistat in order to control humidity levels inside the cabinet. It could be done by a regular humidifier, but with this little one, the project can be customized anyway we want. Thanks for sharing.

  • BURAkO 1 year ago

    no sirve. las raices no pueden recibir luz de esa manera. y hay que estar pendiente constantemente del nivel del agua que es muy bajo. no es eficaz este sistema…

  • Eric Evans 1 year ago

    Great idea have been looking for something along those lines

  • Alberto perez pablos 1 year ago

    en venezuela no seconsigue esas bombas para hacer un cultibo que es muy bonito el presentado aero pot gracias

  • Lucio Cervantes 1 year ago

    i smell nasty butt cheese

  • AkumaKnight97 1 year ago

    Link doesn't work anymore 🙁 please respond :(

  • Bamong Doaung 1 year ago

    How to Buy the Aero-Pot in online please?

  • Petflora 1 year ago

    Foggers heat the water too much. Also evaporates the water too fast. Also cannot handle more than ~ 300ppm without burning out. So, replace it with a couple quality airstones and a 2 head air pump and you're good

    That said you want to wrap the clear bucket to minimize light into the root chamber

  • POLITICALYCORRECTify 1 year ago

    Pots look too small…..

  • VioletPine22 1 year ago

    Looks fine for rooting, but it's going to become too crowded quickly once the plants start to grow. Should do ok for herbs though.

  • Liviu Ion 1 year ago

    tnx

  • Home Grown Veg 1 year ago

    Hello  Vince
            I have had some good results with inexpensive Ex cut flower water buckets planting and growing potatoes, carrots, leeks and beans etc in them. I grow these outdoors on my Patio. Is a Aero-Pot Aeroponics System suitable for using outdoors? I was thinking that rain could be an issue.

  • luis andres nave guerrero 1 year ago

    How long leave taimer lighter since it is asta semiya when leaving the raises me could you help

  • Lila Gayle 1 year ago

    how do I subscribe?

  • Jeff Shinkman 1 year ago

    Good video. What are you using for your mister head? what size booster pump are you using? Any issues with nutrients clogging the misters?

  • Attila Banhegyi 1 year ago

    Hey how you found a difference in yield between high and low pressure aeroponics set up? If so how big was the difference? Keep up the great work!

  • JDT738126 1 year ago

    so no expansion tank? what pressure is on the line?

  • jeff fought 1 year ago

    Can I get more info on pump and nozzles?