Added by on 2016-09-05

This video is a demonstration of how to make a hydroponics grow bed using a bell siphon . All you need is a container, I got mine from Walmart for six dollars and some PVC pipe. You will need a drill and a drill bit that can punch a 1 inch hole if you’re using 1 inch PVC pipe. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMVertical hydroponic grow tower using 2 inch PVC wye and 5-Gal bucketHow I Prepare My Vegetable Garden Beds Using Wood Chip2 liter auto siphon hydroponic systemHydroponic Gardening – System Using Miracle Grow For HydroponicsHydrokultur Garten mit PVC-Rohr Medien | Hydroponic Gardening with pvc Pipe Media

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12 Comments

  • Lia Bucala 11 months ago

    That noisy background just gave me a terrible headache :(

  • Trishia U 11 months ago

    interesting video but cut the music…

  • Marko Milosevic 11 months ago

    hi guys, the best results that I have ever had was by using the Keiths Ponics Site (i found it on google) without a doubt the most helpful course i've tried.

  • GH3KKO GARDENER 11 months ago

    this looks awesome

  • Adonai Zedek 11 months ago

    so who made the spiral pvc one in the beginning

  • John Gray 11 months ago

    when will people learn that the music is just anoying

  • JacobsOompa 11 months ago

    GREAT VIDEO….but the music is deafening…still watching tho….

  • MARGO F 11 months ago

    you always say you do "on the cheap"…but I think you are just brilliant! Keep it up! I am learning so much from your insight & perspective. You're a great teacher as well, be encouraged. Respectfully, Margo

  • Random Honest Guy 11 months ago

    It's fun that you show, but it would be helpful if you would explain.

  • Philip Hertzler 11 months ago

    Nice basically a free siphon pump!

  • Chun Yi Chow 11 months ago

    I have a problem of DIY siphon. My plastic water drawer/tank is not too big. I tried a different size of siphon. However, the water does not go fluently everytime, nor it could reach the very bottom of the siphon.

    So does the following matter ?
    1. Height of inner and outter sihpon ?
    2. Size of the water drawer/tank ?
    3. Size of the hole for water leakage ?

    If there is a recommend sizes or formula, that will be great.
    Or if a whole set of tank+siphon can be purchased, I would love to (because I spent a lot of time in testing already).

    Thanks a lot for any help please.

  • Jim Serafin 11 months ago

    So why do I care about making this type of siphon?  What is it's application?