Added by on 2016-08-24

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Santa Rosa Hydroponics to share with you his favorite products you can purchase at a hydro store for use in your outdoor garden. After watching this episode, you will be more familiar with some organic pest controls, organic fertilizers and more… Finally you will learn how you can get 1 gallon of compost tea for free for those that visit Santa Rosa Hydroponics before June 30, 2012. Related PostsTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMGreen Gro Beneficial Mycorrhizae Green Grow Plant Organic Hydroponics Online Hydro Store ReviewEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesShort Update on Organic Hydroponics Grow TentExtreme Off Grid “Combat” Hydroponics No Pumps Inexpensive Easy Use Grocery Store Stuff!

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20 Comments

  • Kamu Noat 1 year ago

    The downside of hydroponics is you must purchase "plant food" or nutrients and supplements which can be more costly.

  • cyril zoosa 1 year ago

    Great video , If anyone else wants to produce you own tasty organic vegetables quick it's worth considering – Banfan Incredible Organic Miracle ( try searching google)? Ive heard some super things about it from my mate – great!

  • Info Eye 1 year ago

    All the San Diego Hydrophonics stores offers one gallon of free Worm Tea on two mornings each week. bring your own jug.

  • atripa645 1 year ago

    I have heard compost tea's microbe cultures peak at 24hours. Is this true John?

  • Ted Cole 1 year ago

    Damn I need to watch the damn video all the way through before posting. I also use fox farms ocean forest for everything! It is by far the best soil mix I have ever used. But it runs a little hot for seedlings. For new starts I like to do a 50/50 mix of Ocean forest and Happy frog which works great for seedlings 🙂

  • Ted Cole 1 year ago

    Also I use Neem Oil on my outdoor grows. Works The best for spider Mites! Also Pepper spray works amazing for most pests like Grasshoppers and Bud Warms.

  • Ted Cole 1 year ago

    The Geo Pots sound a lot like Air Pots which I use on all my indoor plants 🙂

  • alan30189 1 year ago

    Oh crap. Its July 2nd.

  • MaYbYl8eR 1 year ago

    Gardeners, I've found, are smarter than stoners. But when they're both, they should be my friend.

  • Angela Childress 1 year ago

    You are welcome!

  • Miluielenath 1 year ago

    Thanks for mentioning that film. I was curious, googled it, watched it and it was inspirational!

  • Bill Melater 1 year ago

    John, you always showcase the coolest stuff. I now want geopots. Already bought that aerating water-nozzle at Lowes.

  • Green Taiwan 1 year ago

    $7 for a pot is a rip off (reuse other containers..)

  • yankeegal01 1 year ago

    John, wouldn't those grow bags be bad for Vegas, due to temps? Maybe okay for winter, but I don't think they'd be good for the 90F+ temps. And the same for the cloth pots?

    And don't forget about Bt [both kinds worm/mosquitos] and milk/water for powdery mildew!

  • GreenLoveBreda 1 year ago

    Nice bag for ganja, that canna propak;)

  • Mattertea 1 year ago

    I havent even started the video and I know I already like it

  • Anna Schiffer 1 year ago

    @rawhealthgreen yes you can do this you can also set up a seprate pile and let it compost on its own for a season or 2. Sometimes i just take fresh stuff and add it to the garden as is as lon as my horses havent been wormed recently everything should be fine

  • Angela Childress 1 year ago

    I don't have to buy that many worms. I didn't have to buy worms at all. Worms were just naturally attracted to the manure, and they naturally multiplied! 🙂

  • Angela Childress 1 year ago

    I'm not John…. but I use horse manure in my garden. I have friends who have horses, and they have tons of manure I can get for free. I get it and let it pile up, then sit for about 6 months. Then I do sheet mulching by alternating layers of composted manure, peat moss, dried leaves, other forms of compost. This sort of creates a raised bed.

    I am trying to do what is explained in the Back to Eden Film (Google Back to Eden Film to watch it free online).

  • LivelyTerry 1 year ago

    Love Boogie Brew…