Added by on 2017-03-03

This is the basic setup I use for hydroponic growing. The system consists of 2 separate buckets, a seed starter and a normal deep water culture system. The seed starter is just a basic DWC system but also has an integrated drip irrigation system to feed the plants before the roots are big enough to contact the nutrient solution in the reservoir tanks. Both tanks are fed with air from an aquarium pump to oxygenate the solution. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHYDROPONICS HOME MADE SETUP NUTRIENT WATER WITH AIR PUMPIndoor Hydroponics Greenhouse Tent and Drip Feed System SetupHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesHow To Setup A Hydroponics System Step-by-stepChilli Farm – Aquaponics & Hydroponics – DIY NFT System SetupChilli Farm – Aquaponics & Hydroponics – DIY NFT System Setup

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6 Comments

  • Scarecrow Grows 5 months ago

    I had no idea yall could just use reglar cotton balls

  • mitchell timmons 5 months ago

    price is very reasonable for even the most elite brands, grow time is reduced and yields increased so there it works for me.

  • Gigglebyte Aquaponics and Backyard Farming 5 months ago

    I Really liked your video!! Check out my organic aquaponics channel please you'll like it . I'm currently growing basil kale, tomatoes and passionfruit just to name a few 🙂

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  • Jon Yodice 5 months ago

    your 3d printer looks awesome too,  it also looks like a lot of its parts were printed themselves

  • Afigu939 5 months ago

    Great video!! wow I bet the 3D printer comes in handy more often than not.

  • Roger Garcia 5 months ago

    Awesome project! I loved that you 3D-printed those little pieces you needed. The air gang valve was also a good idea. I guess you could split up the second tank into 3 separate parts and experiment with different nutrients concentrations and combinations. I'm curious to see how your plants develop in that setup 🙂 kudos!