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DIY, easy does it, self watering system for pot plants. This irrigation method requires no dripping tubes, sprinklers or what so ever. Chilli peppers starring are Hongarian Hot Apple, Habanero Peach and Caloro. Part2: DIY self watering system for pot plants. An experiment on up scaling is method is shown in part 2 http://youtu.be/RajhuUx4Hgg. Any other suggestions on how to automate the irrigation of my capsicum plants are welcome. I am also looking for ideas to DIY the Aquavalve from Autopot. Any suggestions or ideas on this are more then welcome too. Have fun experimenting and go breed chilli peppers! Eenvoudig bewateringssysteem voor je potplanten op onderschaal. Als iemand ervaring of ideen heeft om een DHZ/DIY aquavalve te bouwen van Autopot dan hoor ik dat graag… SPELLING CHECK: who’s = whose John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a field trip to Monster Gardens, a hydroponics store to share with you his favorite products that will make your plants explode with growth. In this episode John shares the good, the bad and the ugly products at a hydroponics store and talks about his favorite products that enable you to grow nutrient dense foods at home. After watching this episode you will learn about building the life in your soil that feeds the plants you are growing and you. To get some of the special deals talked about in this episode, visit http://www.monstergardens.com/gyg/ Be sure to use the discount code GYG5 for a 5% discount on most items at monster gardens. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsMini Indoor Garden – Self watering Hydroponics Indoor Herb Garden; Small Herb GardenHow Hydroponics Systems Work (Farming Vertically, Rotating Machine, Self Watering Aeroponics)Hydroponic Squad – Basic Rundown (Super Self Supporting System)(DiY) Vertical Self Watering Deck Garden System: PART 2Hydroponics Easy Self Sustaining – Beginners DIY Tomato […]

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37 Comments

  • iakopof79 79 1 year ago

    good vid shit music

  • Gloria Pirini 1 year ago

    Try with 2-3 inches lava rock then top with your desired compost, coco, coco perlite mix be perfect,
    this should not have rot problems.

  • Gere Dones 1 year ago

    Great,fantastic, thank you very much.

  • neelam anwar 1 year ago

    for 15 litre pot how much water is given to pea plant

  • Neela Megha Shyam C 1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing it's really good. Will be doing at my home

  • Mae Angelie Era 1 year ago

    i like it..easy

  • socrates ipocrates 1 year ago

    Nice

  • dcottonsecret 1 year ago

    thx man appreciated . that is one really good tech !

  • ShredStarX 1 year ago

    Excellent and how info videos should be done no 6min talking introductions starting with 'hey guys' and letting the videos prove itself
    Very well done!!

  • Henrik Steglich-Arnholm 1 year ago

    Great video – I tried this method as a vacation-solution and all plants are well. However, as some of my plants are in clear pots, I have noticed their roots changed to a darker colour – perhaps too much moist/light rot.
    Have you tried placing the pots on an absorbent material such as capillary matting or even regular towels?
    This could possible resolve the issue with submerged soil and the material would be supplied with water from the bottle. I am considering this solution for my next vacation – but better test it first.

  • mark coles 1 year ago

    This would be great if you are going away for the weekend.

  • dfunkt 1 year ago

    a few thoughts:
    1) will likely lead to root rot because bottom of soil will always be wet.
    2) root development will be poor because root tips will never die back at bottom, and top of soil will never be moist.
    3) likely to get insect pests, especially gnats.
    4) how will you supply nutrients in an efficient manner?
    5) area just above where it is always wet will accumulate massive salt buildup.

  • Dave Fyffe 1 year ago

    great system ,, you complainers need to think outside of the box when it comes to mosquitos and fungus… i've been doing this for years with a chicken feeder bucket, i grow food

  • Antonio Stivaktakis 1 year ago

    The video is good music is awful :)

  • Jin Mizushima 1 year ago

    Does it attract mosquito?

  • Tahmid Firdaus 1 year ago

    genius! thanks for sharing, really helpful :)

  • Chaïmâe Chraïbi 1 year ago

    That's clever !

  • Mor Pheus 1 year ago

    I have tried several fertilizers and the best I have found is Masterblend mixed half and half with calcium nitrate and a small amount of epsom salts. Also, for your buds there is Super Rainbow by the same folks … Magnificent plants

  • davidhanson888 1 year ago

    i am looking into using the kratky method in my garden. how can i use organic liquid fertilizer in this method without making the water (with organic fertilizer) grow stale or foul? since the kratky method does not introduce oxygen into the water, it becomes anaerobic. will the nutrients and microorganisms survive such an environment?

  • Billy Bob 1 year ago

    Everytime I see this guy, I can't help but feel like he looks like a child melester

  • strocat25 1 year ago

    get yourself some fox farm ocean forest soil. yes its pricey but if you're only doing a couple plants get it! You will see the results in your plants. hell they also sell a 12 qt bag which would be alot cheaper than the big bags.. the 12 qt's will fill a 3 gallon container.. AKA 4 qts to a gallon. fox farm ocean forest is the best soil on earth IMO. Hell fox farm ocean forest is even Ph'd for you .. its in the range of 6.3-6.8 …. which is what we call perfection. you also will not have to add a single nutrient for about 40 days.

  • Neil M 1 year ago

    Chemical fertilizers is a unfortunate label. They are compounds isolated from animal, mineral and certain hydrocarbons which are natural anyway. Decaying compost is just as much a series of chemical reactions as is anything made in a lab. Regardless of how they are derived, the end molecular compounds are the same. Organic sounds much more inviting, but the only real difference is the level of refinement, which in turn dictates how fast the plant can use them. In hydroponics, organic offers no significant advantage.

  • dev bachu 1 year ago

    men you know your stuff I like ut

  • dev bachu 1 year ago

    men you know your stuff I like ut

  • dev bachu 1 year ago

    i wanna learn from you guy guest you know your stuff give neca call 1 868 3980533 great guy ok

  • dev bachu 1 year ago

    hi guyxdo you all send over seas I am in Trinidad and Tobago an want to get started here gas no hydroponics solution

  • dev bachu 1 year ago

    great guy I want to start but ive iverseas can I still order onlunet

  • simon loko 1 year ago

    wasn't that supossed to be about hydroponics? why you talking about soil???

  • SpydreX Official 1 year ago

    I need to get some peat moss.. I got some uhh. tasty tasty mushrooms i'm going to be growing in my closet…

  • Bored Eats 1 year ago

    i bubble my water for 48hrs

  • indica 777 1 year ago

    Remember people, that "organic" is just another word for CHEMICALS. Plants use Nitorgen, phosphorous, potassium….etc and they are all CHEMICALS.  The plants don't know the difference! Just make sure you add the micro nutrients also!  (Just thought that was worth repeating.)  ALL things come out of the ground….remember?

  • RonPaul Revered 1 year ago

    The P.A.R. meters outperform any brightness detection capacities of a smart phone.

  • double wammie 1 year ago

    john your a guest in the business and you tell people to use free stuff and not buy their products??

    i hope monster puts a contractout on you
    i would beat your fucken face off on camera and force you to upload it to your ch
    your a jackass mother fucking weed grower

  • Dale Thompson 1 year ago

    Learn something new everyday.

  • Ronnie wilson 1 year ago

    Been looking at your videos and have recently subscribed….i'm amazed! I was wondering if it's possible for us to exchange a few words about organic farming on a larger scale and in a tropical climate. you seem knowledgeable about organically growing of plants and i wanted you take on it.

  • seanosomething 1 year ago

    Why am i being fucking YELLED AT ??????????
    FFS…….

  • Steve Laubach 1 year ago

    Anything that says "brix" is for sweetening your fruit.  Only use that as your plants are making fruit.  It amps up the soil microbes so they feed your plants aggressively while fruiting.