Added by on 2016-03-31

I wanted to share a video progress report of an Aquaponics Vertical Grow Tower that I’m working on which is made with nearly all re-purposed material. My goal with this project is that I wanted to create a FREE or VERY CHEAP Vertical Grow Tower that could be built by anybody with things that they have laying around the house with very few tools. It needs to me aesthetically pleasing to the eye without loosing any function. I think I’m going to achieve this. Aquaponics Vertical Grow Tower (Part 2) – http://goo.gl/3RqOxo I still have to find some more bottles, a nutrient reservoir, plumbing, and a pump of some kind. I’ll probably be able to re-purpose everything that I need for this project. I believe that I can even find a pump for free from a friend. I will start by making this a hydroponic system so I can test my proof-of-concept but once it’s up and running, we may add some fish and try it out as an aquaponic system. Link To Pictures Of This Project – https://plus.google.com/photos/106506914071969243397/albums/5938003643595794337 My Google+ Page – https://plus.google.com/u/0/+WayneMeador Seed Savers Community – https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/105332098393270616988 I hope to finish this project up in the next couple of weeks or so and when I get it finished, I will let you know and show you a video of it in action! Whoot. Remember to smile for a stranger today and help somebody in need. We can each Change The World one day at a time! God Bless – My Seed Savers Community On Google+ – http://goo.gl/dFQmKI – My Pay It Forward Community On Google+ – http://goo.gl/L5f0MM – Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/wmeador – Thumbnail Image Created With – Tube Slicer – http://rfd913fire.slicerapps.hop.clickbank.net/?pid=youtubeslicer – See A List Of All Slicer Apps Products – http://rfd913fire.slicerapps.hop.clickbank.net/?pid=slicerprosuite Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsAquaponic/Hydroponic […]

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15 Comments

  • Julie B. McCrory 1 year ago

    The great news is you possibly can create your own aquaphonics system eventhough you have no idea about building aquaphonics before.

  • Ted Beverly 1 year ago

    Just loved your bible verses. we just had one of them in our sermon this past Sunday. Also liked the worm box you built. I will have to try one of those. Thanks again for putting our God in with your shared stuff.  

  • Jim S 1 year ago

    Awesome design.

  • SSLFamilyDad 1 year ago

    Awesome idea, I think I will build something like this to add to my new aquaponics setup. I am using an Aqueon pump I got off of amazon that has been working awesome, remember to size it big enough to expand and also pump water up to that height.

  • bwatters68 1 year ago

    very cool , great use of materials, the craftsmanship looks awesome

  • Andrea J.C.V. 1 year ago

    So wonderful! I've never tried aquaponics and I don't think I will in the near future (I'm only getting started at regular gardening), but, if I ever do, I'm definitely gonna try this. It looks so pretty! 😀 God bless you too.

  • suburban homestead 1 year ago

    great idea! Want to see it planted!

  • Johan Honders 1 year ago

    Hello Wayne. Really looks great. I am really curious how it is going to work. I will follow you closely. Best wishes and succes.
    Johan

  • The Liquid Gardener 1 year ago

    Excellent Wayne. Looking forward to seeing the finished product in operation

  • Southpaw Davey 1 year ago

    Looking good man. Dave

  • Gary Pilarchik (The Rusted Garden) 1 year ago

    This is a great concept. I shared it to my G+ group. I am curios to see the flow of the water and the balance with the return pump. 

  • Brock Hughes 1 year ago

    Green Thumbs up

  • Brock Hughes 1 year ago

    Wayne I think the green will help prevent algae also……. Very interesting bro Can't wait to see it running and growing. very nice bro!

    Brock

  • Steve Sherron 1 year ago

    What is going to grow in those bottles?

  • OneYardRevolution | Frugal & Sustainable Organic Gardening 1 year ago

    Interesting design, Wayne. I look forward to seeing it in action!