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Extreme Off Grid “Combat” Hydroponics No Pumps Inexpensive Easy No Experience Needed Use Grocery / Department Store Stuff! This Plain 2 Grow Systems Hydrosock Version X non-recirculating jug is probably the cheapest, easiest hydroponic system that you can build. Whether you are an advanced or a beginner enthusiast, this system is simple, robust, and can handle just about anything you can throw at it (literally; I had a tornado, hail, extreme rain, cold and heat test this system. The tornado video will be posted later). Build from recycled, recyclable and reusable stuff from a grocery and/or department store. The only thing you have to send off for is the General Hydroponics nutrients! Each unit will cost just a few dollars and can grow almost anything from it. No dirt, no dirty fingernails, no compost, no digging; nothing but great vegetables! Super compact and efficient, you can start it indoors or outdoors. Unlike my last versions, you don’t even need a greenhouse! I’m struggling for reasons to spend a bunch of time and money on other, more complicated and expensive growing systems. Please watch all my other videos and visit my website at Thanks! Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMGrow a Better Organic Garden with Products from a Hydroponics StoreHydroponics Store Legally Grows Medicine More Valuable than Weed aka CannabisGreen Gro Beneficial Mycorrhizae Green Grow Plant Organic Hydroponics Online Hydro Store ReviewWhy Gardeners Are Choosing Hydroponics Gardening – Inexpensive Gardening

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  • Denise “Fruity Paradise Island” Roy 1 year ago

    Hi, thanks for the tips and ideas.  What happens when the rain water fills the jugs?

  • Nikola Zahariev 1 year ago

    interesting points ,if anyone else needs to find out about aquaponics diagram try Morundan Total Aquaponics Mastery (just google it ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my friend got great results with it.

  • dev bachu 1 year ago

    great idea an as a beginner I will try it guy thanki you I always love gardening

  • sailingsolar 1 year ago

    Jim Don't take this wrong but "All natural" means nothing. Everything is 100% natural.  DDT,  Toxins, poisons, human shit are all natural.  You might enjoy a video called "the natural effect".  Best wishes

  • Ducky Man 1 year ago

    hi jim can u pls answer me. Our school is following your way to sustainable agriculture.

  • jammapcb 1 year ago

    but you still need the expensive feed…. not completely off grid

  • KingTesticus 1 year ago

    no jim, i'm not really asking that. how can do this, how can i do this…. um…. no jim, i'm not asking that at all. what i'm asking is why the hell are you bothering with a weather report and not actually focusing on the subject matter? thumbs down.

  • Loohan7 1 year ago

    How come those top-heavy fruiting plants don't just flop over? They aren't held in place by anything more than a wet sock, right? Once they get laden with fruit, seems they would end up horizontal.
    I can see how this system would work with greens though.

  • Ayah Jones 1 year ago

    I believe "Guerilla" would be a better term in lieu of "Combat"

  • yolo swag 1 year ago

    Woohoo go dad!

  • FUCKNewChannelLayout 1 year ago

    I never understood why such specific growing mediums were so vital, if all the nutrients are coming from the water, what harm is just using dirt or saw dust or basically anything that plants could anchor themselves in that would hold a little moisture?

    Is it about mold and bugs?

  • JCleary20091 1 year ago

    Hot Damn! Tornado Proof! Freeze Proof! Fire Proof! Hail Proof too! I mean what in the hell can't this kick ass extreme off-grid combat hydroponic system do?!?! Yee Haw!! Can it fly too?

  • Steve Laubach 1 year ago

    Interesting system.  Hybrid between kratky, dutch buckets on a hand watered system 🙂

    Good design.

    If you're looking to go away from reliance on purchased nutrients, look into koi.  They have ridiculous nitrate resistance so you can keep a small pond with them in it, feed em duck weed and then use the water from the pond to feed your plants (still hand watered).  I grew carrots in a trash can hand watered with nothing but aquarium water.

    I've done tomatoes all the way to fruit on aquarium water and they tasted great.

  • plain2growJim 1 year ago

    Hello everyone! Sorry I haven'y answered or posted anything for awhile. My life has been challenging for the last few months. I haven't even grown anything this year yet! But I will be posting two new (sort of, from last year) videos soon, talking about bioponics, compost tea, and biochar. Thanks for watching my videos and going to

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  • nery colon 1 1 year ago

    Really great. They have grown beautifully. Loved and subbed

  • Steven Peters 1 year ago

    all you have to do to pollinate tomatoes and peppers is each morning tap the bottom of each plants stalk as both tomatoes and peppers have perfect flowers ie. they are self pollinating. so you don't have to go around each individual flower with a brush like many do that is just wasting time really