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Harvesting the first squash from the hydroponic greenhouse. More at http://hydroponicsiscool.com Related PostsDwc hydroponic watermelon,cantaloupe, squash 6/12Harvesting Hydroponic Bibb LettuceHarvesting and regrowing Hydroponic CeleryHarvesting Hydroponic Bibb LettuceContainer Squash HarvestFlushing Hydroponics Flushing Weed Garden Before Harvesting Hydro

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11 Comments

  • Ernie Hodge 1 year ago

    If you would harvest your zucchini at around 7 to 8 inches they will be very tender and nice to eat. You're letting them get way to 'BIG'.

  • C3 Voyage 1 year ago

    Hey buddy, nice video.  I see you're not posting anymore.  Can you tell me how your squash roots did in the system?  What nutrients did you use?

  • aquaponicslifestyle 1 year ago

    Very Nice System! Thanks for sharing! I like the idea of Vinyl fence post for nft and i'm using the same for my aquaponics system.

  • shayne “greenpickinz” caesar 1 year ago

    Hi thanks for sharing your video. it's really is a really nice setup. my question is for the zucchinis and all the plants in the square shaped PVC pipe. is it a dynamic circulating system or is it a static system where the plants just sits in the water

  • shayne “greenpickinz” caesar 1 year ago

    Hi thanks for sharing your video. it's really is a really nice setup. my question is for the zucchinis and all the plants in the square shaped PVC pipe. is it a dynamic circulating system or is it a static system where the plants just sits in the water

  • Bob Saget 1 year ago

    Zucchini does not require a 12 -12 light hour schedule they start to naturally blossom early summer, I do not know exactly what triggers it but it happens during warmer times, they plant may just need to be large enough, again unsure. And give them 6-9 square feet of horizontal room to grow. Those Leaves get huge and carpet. But honestly they do stretch so you can put them closer to each other, the stems will reach out 3-4 feet if they need to, but of course more room is better. Definitely give squash and zucchini their own space they will overshadow other plants that require high light.

  • KM208Y120 1 year ago

    Great looking set up

  • willpress1 1 year ago

    What is the minimum spacing requirements for yellow squash plants when growing hydroponically?

  • davefigthe3rd 1 year ago

    I have a question, some plants require 12 hours of darkness and 12 hours of light to trigger the plant into the flowering stage. My question is, does squash need a 12-12 light schedule in order for the females to blossom because so far my plant has only been producing male blossoms. At the moment I have my plant in 18 hours of light and 6 hours of darkness. I am growing in my closet. Thanks.

  • liverocks62 1 year ago

    I really enjoy looking at your plants, great job!

  • Karl Becker 1 year ago

    Wow, great looking plants.