Added by on 2016-10-08

We are setting up the hydroponic garden for this year, we have made a few changes to last year and we are excited to see how they do. We are growing lettuce, arugula, and spinach in the beds, and we expect everything to do very well! This video was brought to you AD free for 30 days by http://www.MIgardener.com .99 Heirloom Vegetable Seeds: http:www.migardener.com/store ——————————————————————————————- MIgardener Website http://www.MIgardener.com Join the fun on facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/MIgardener +1 me on Google+ @ http://www.google.com/+MIgardener Pin us on Pinterest @ http://www.pinterest.com/MIgardenerYT Follow the fun on twitter @ http://www.twitter.com/MI_Gardener Come tumble with us @ www.MIgardener.tumblr.com Related PostsHuge Harvest & Complete Walkthrough of The 100% Organic Vegetable GardenWorld’s Most Simple $5 DIY Hydroponic Setup QUICK EZ & CHEAPHydroponic Walkthrough Guide – Start your Indoor Garden with HydroponicUnder Current Deep Water Culture Hydroponic System: animated walkthrough[Electro House] DJ Hydroponic X5 : Lets Get StartedSEEDLINGS IN HYDROPONIC SETUP!

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19 Comments

  • teenynut 10 months ago

    Have you experienced nutrient fallout mixing all three nutes at once?

  • Ben Botha 10 months ago

    Do you use a pH balanced water

  • Twisted Texan 10 months ago

    MIgarderner….ever thought of adding a water atomizer in the resevoir?

  • Jay Kriesel 10 months ago

    Hey Luke..Is this the same ratio I should use for growing superhot peppers?

  • jus4funtim 10 months ago

    I wish you would have taken a EC or PPM reading after you mixed your nutrients. I have tried the ratios you used and have found them to be too low and I needed to increase the nutrients by 25 to 50% to get reading of 500 PPMs which is what I've read it a good level for lettuce. If you get a chance and have a meter can you take a reading and post it in a reply?
    Thanks

  • Frank Cassianna 10 months ago

    Thanks for an excellent explanation of your hydroponic garden … very clean operation…so i concluded to give you a thumb up and subscribe … i can lean much from your pleasant teaching …. Cheers

  • Grow Your Heirlooms 10 months ago

    I swear, some day I'm gonna try hydroponics.

  • Benja's Uber 1337 Hobby 10 months ago

    Can't wait to see how all the plants turn out 🙂 I love this series of indoor hydro setup 🙂 Hope to see many more this year.

  • Andrea P. Gracia 10 months ago

    I just bought a whole buncha seeds and some trifecta+ from your site to start my very first ever garden ever EVER! I'm so excited!

  • Teri Ruiz 10 months ago

    Hey Luke, how often would you have to add more nutrients to that size of setup? And what nutrients would be needed? I've tried checking out this stuff but I get so confused, there are probably a gazzillion jugs of nutrients on the market for hydroponics…

  • Submanca 10 months ago

    You might want to look into grow grips. they are cheap and reusable.

  • Paridaens Glenn 10 months ago

    nice video! Did you ever consider adding a fishtank to make it a fully self sufficient aquaponics system? Or why do you prefer a hydroponic system? tanks!

  • The Blue Farmer 10 months ago

    how does salt change the ph?

  • Royal Poison 10 months ago

    Why hydroponics rather than growing in soil indoors?

  • Brionie A.N. 10 months ago

    Do we need to keep the lights on for 24hrs when doing an indoor garden?

  • SeargentWaffles 10 months ago

    Can I make money by selling produce?

  • PinkChucky15 10 months ago

    Great video! And I love the new ad :-)

  • 628DirtRooster 10 months ago

    Clean gardening at it's finest.

  • Anders Mouse 10 months ago

    I expected the pots would be bigger. What size is good for spinach?