The WindowFarm is a simple drip hydroponic system that can be used to grow herbs and vegetables. The system uses an aquarium air pump and hoses bought at a pet supply store. The air pump is used to lift a little bubble of water up a lift tube to the top of the system where it drips down through each of the growing plants The plants grow in pots full of clay pebbles and the pots themselves sit within inverted water bottles. Video #1 (this video) shows the WindowFarm in operation growing Basil and a description of how the system works. Be sure to check out Video #2 that shows the WindowFarm with no plants growing and has close-ups of the parts that are usually submerged in water. There is more information and pictures of this system on my website. www.zeptepe.com/windowfarm Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsWindow Farm Installation Tutorial | DIY HydroponicHydroponic vertical gardening & window farm review.How To Build A Windowsill Hydroponic Herb Garden (Part 1 of 2)How to build a Hydroponic Raining Vertical grow tower Part 2How To Build A Hydroponic System Part 1 of 2How to build a hydroponic system part 2
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