Added by on 2016-05-27

This vertical growing prototype is designed for commercial strawberry production. We are working out the bugs and learning along the way. For more information visit http://www.Dealzer.com Related PostsStrawberry Tower, Hydroponics Easy & Affordable DIY SystemEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodTypes of Plugs for Starting Seeds in Commercial Vertical HydroponicsHydroponics Growing System at Strawberry FarmGrowing Mint in Commercial Hydroponics SystemsPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living Walls

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20 Comments

  • Garry Roudg 1 year ago

    The best way to transform your gardening with hydroponics system is taking advantage of hydroponics expert, without try and fail like them before!

  • Mike Weglarz 1 year ago

    I have a potential consulting opportunity for you at a commercial vertical farm.

  • Aung kyee-myint 1 year ago

    hi, great video. what i want to know is how you spray nutrient solution in that pipe and size of the plant.

  • Blunt Dorothy M. 1 year ago

    Thank you for the video.
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  • Chris Elliott 1 year ago

    cool design, but more suited for outside or a greenhouse….usable light penetration would never reach the bottom sites even with a 1000 watt high output lighting system. if i were to keep this on the basement, i would supplement the bottom sites with side lighting and drop some hanging bulbs down the middle.

  • Geo Jeff 1 year ago

    nice weed machine, when strawberry's up per ounce it will work for that to.

  • this is a really cool idea! all the best to you and yours

  • Albanianrappers 1 year ago

    Where are you growing indoors or outdoors?

  • Marius Petrovic 1 year ago

    How many kg you get per harvest?

  • Eduardo Machado 1 year ago

    any updates in this?

  • Elchanan Perr 1 year ago

    I am very interested in most of the answers to the questions below, how you solved the light problem and yield and also please update me if you changed the design in 2011 and how.
    Thanks,
    Eli
    elipp120@gmail.com

  • bravo24601 1 year ago

    Great video. Is that a 6" piece of PVC for the body? Can you tell me what the spacing is per elbow? How did you overcome the issue with the bottom plants not getting enough light?

  • Dorian Ramos 1 year ago

    como va el sistema, necesito mas información me interesa mucho.

  • Dorian Ramos 1 year ago

    @SunlightSheds
    como va el sistema, me interesa mucho.

  • JoJo Gar 1 year ago

    could that set up work with soil like the main pipe filled up and will they plants have to be spaced more? how did the elbow size work for growing the strawberries.

  • a.maher.fattah 1 year ago

    hey great video
    how did you keep the room aerated ?
    and how do u keep the temperature optimum for strawberries to grow ?

  • matrixm777 1 year ago

    Very nice…

  • Dealzer .Hydroponics 1 year ago

    There was a great many system flaws we worked out. We now have custom molded strawberry planters we'll have for sale in about 60 days.

  • polok890 1 year ago

    with the 700 plant vertical strawberry grower, how would you remove all the roots to replant. do the loose roots plug up the system. how did this end up working?

  • MrDrag0npunch 1 year ago

    you should be using that setup to grow some pot.