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Animation illustrating the setup and operation of the Atami Wilma hydroponic dripper system. See another extremely simple DIY hydroponic system here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjwzYMjlgvo David from Hightlight Horticulture shows and explains how to set up a Multiflow hydroponic system. Part 2 of 2. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsWilma Dripper – Hydroponic SystemWilma Dripper Hydroponic System ShortPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsThe best hydroponic grow room? Papillons and Wilma Big Pots #37Multiflow hydroponic system setupIndoor Hydroponic Spinach Update – S2 Episode Something

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28 Comments

  • leodagdrog 1 year ago

    WATER WORK 24 H/ 24H??

  • adrikmma 1 year ago

    so it doesn't come with a bubbler or a rock? how do the roots get O2? does the water flowing from top back to bottom get enough O2 into the water?

  • OnlineBackupServices 1 year ago

    too expensve for the average gardener, but I can see the purpose of this in some swanky office in the city who just want live plants with zero maintenance and money isn't a problem.

    For the home gardener, use capillary matting.

  • Agan jengkol 1 year ago

    Kereeeeen……

  • KNA -TV 1 year ago

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  • Michael “Michael sgs” sylndra 1 year ago

    bagus..

  • IndicaFlowr 1 year ago

    This is way better than listening to someone who doesn't know how to explain thoroughly to a rookie. Keep up the good work!

  • Lee Brannan 1 year ago

    i feed mine for 15 minuits every 3 hours ,24-7 , seems to be working well .

  • joe smoe 1 year ago

    Do you know if these systems are available in the states?

  • bielugaful 1 year ago

    Plz, does anybody know optimal watering schedule? I thought a half hour every hour n half…? I'm speakin about this wilma ofcourse…thnx

  • BRUNO gasque 1 year ago

    muito legal ainda mais para canabis

  • Elizabeth Valiente 1 year ago

    hola muy bueno ,donde estan ?como puedo encargarles uno? estoy en Uruguay, saludos espero respuesta eli …

  • Emile 1 year ago

    I love it!!

  • duratoke 1 year ago

    Came here from cannabisinfo, where this system was used with one large pot : Grow diary, Swazi. 14 oz. from one sweet Sativa plant! Thoroughly soaking the medium prior to setup helps the capillary activity.

  • duratoke 1 year ago

    makes sense 🙂

  • duratoke 1 year ago

    My thought

  • Alice Edwards 1 year ago

    One of the best videos I have seen yet very simplified very straightforward very well done

  • Alice Edwards 1 year ago

    How many times do you reuse the Coco and clay medium

  • todd astle 1 year ago

    just wondering about the coco clogging up the system ?? im about to attempt my first try at hydroponics with an ebb n flow system i was told to use clay pebbles so not to clog the pumps

  • Scott Maher 1 year ago

    Do you only feed once a day in the morning ?

  • Kath Joyhn 1 year ago

    Competent gardener isn't born, but with the correct tool and proven method.

  • Yogie Bear 1 year ago

    would have made a lot more sense if you had shown inside the nutrient tank

  • KYLE KELLER 1 year ago

    yes lots, i would think with the "soil" in with the clay pellets and the water added to the "soil" in the pots, you would have problems like root rot and then fungus and algae? what do you think and what have you experienced video makers?

  • haribo stinky (Mr stink) 1 year ago

    this could have been better if they had use the lids on the pots and grown the plants out off a hole in the lid  then an insect attack would have been less  unlikely too happen plus green slime build up wear their is light shining.. and less water evaporation .and they could have  use grow stone not clay stone s  as clay contains metals and so on that mess with your feeds a little bit.       or an up to date chow mix   .but still a great video 

  • lotsofthingsgoboom 1 year ago

    this is NOT hydroponics! this is basically a soil grow, there is no hydro here, forget the clay pebbles they are for show. this is a self watering soil grow

  • Marty Block 1 year ago

    Very detailed.  Thank you!

  • Global Japan 1 year ago

    very well explained thank you very much 

  • Brian Winterburn 1 year ago

    hi is there away to override the digital version also I use just clay pebbles so whats the best about of feeds to do thanks