Added by on 2017-09-21

http://organichomegrown.blogspot.co.uk/ You can never have enough tomatoes, at least that is what I think. You can make your own homemade sauce, freeze it and eat it on bread or pasta in the cold winter months. In this video you will learn how to propagate them from cuttings using the aero-pot. The aero-pot is an Aeroponics system similar to that of Hydroponics but creates a fine mist from water and creates the perfect growing environment. It is such a fun and reliable thing to use and you can buy your own here: http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Happy-Hydroponics And here is a full tutorial by my friend on how to use it and a top notch review: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAEjobYD-VA Be sure to be subscribed so you know when I do an update video of these cuttings and also you can subscribe to my Newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/A1U4v Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesGrowing hydroponics Fodder step by stepSmall NFT Hydroponics System – Step By StepGrowing Hydroponic Tomatoes – Small Tomato PlantsStrange Hydroponic Tomato Has Seedlings Growing InsideHydroponics Easy Self Sustaining – Beginners DIY Tomato Drip System part 5, Jalapeno harvest

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20 Comments

  • Benjamin Grant 3 weeks ago

    when you put that lid on at the end, you inspired me

  • Zofia Pawlak 3 weeks ago

    y

  • Antoine Campbell 3 weeks ago

    where did you get the dome

  • Adi Rai 3 weeks ago

    Thanx for an informative video. I never knew tomatoes could be initiated through suckers! Pl let me know that upto what height the fog created by the ultrasonic fogger reaches? Ivwant to try this kind of fogger for potato aeroponics where the container has to be atleast one meter deep as the potato roots grow very tall in aeroponics. Will the fog be able to reach the top?

  • Grey Wolf Alpha 3 weeks ago

    interesting method buddy . keep the good job up.

  • dev bachu 3 weeks ago

    love it but cut the bigger leaves snakker to prevent wilting

  • homero luis barocio hernandez 3 weeks ago

    what is the name of the pump? i would like to find some here in Mexico

  • blackalbush 3 weeks ago

    Thant's great, but you should also get a floating plastic holder for the mist maker , because you can add more water in the bucket and only refill every week –  also I like to think that using a simple mechanical programmable outlet – so you can turn on/off the mist maker every half an hour would help improve its lifecycle.

  • K00L VIDEOS 3 weeks ago

    great I didn't know that you could grow tomatoes from cuttings

  • HeyHeyHarmonicaLuke 3 weeks ago

    I've heard that in warmer countries, these are really only good in the winter. In the summer, at temperatures over 80 degrees f, keeping a body of water like that around can quickly breed bacteria, and rot becomes a serious problem.

    This issue is made worse by the heat these units create.
    I've still ordered one though 😛 Looks awesome

  • Vanky Cungy 3 weeks ago

    The drawback to hydroponics is you will need to pay for "plant food" or nutrition and supplements which are expensive.

  • christopher williams 3 weeks ago

    I just stick my cutting into moist healthy soil, they drink water fine without roots, but still end up rooting after a few days, chillies take longer, or its just to cold for eratic growth here in the uk this year round

  • Rachelle Pryden 3 weeks ago

    So glad to find your channel, good stuff!

  • HuwsNursery - Grow Organic Produce Inexpensively 3 weeks ago

    Thankyou 😀

  • MyLittleGardenPlace 3 weeks ago

    I have always felt bad about throwing about beautiful tomato sucker plants. Now I feel so much better now that I know I can use some of them to re-grow! Can I grow these hydroponically indoors?

  • Hoda Gibreel Osman 3 weeks ago

    I hope to see the updates of this tomato suckers to see how it has grown in times on your next video. Thanks.

  • HuwsNursery - Grow Organic Produce Inexpensively 3 weeks ago

    It's great and really worth the money, I find sticking them in compost makes them wilt and dry no matter what, oops!

  • HuwsNursery - Grow Organic Produce Inexpensively 3 weeks ago

    Yes I do and I will be doing a couple of videos on it

  • Ron DeBiasse Jr 3 weeks ago

    Do you have a lot of problems with Early / Late Blight?

  • HuwsNursery - Grow Organic Produce Inexpensively 3 weeks ago

    Yeah keeps the moisture in creating a nice mini greenhouse style growing system with it on.