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This is an update to the first video. Now the roots have filled up the belly of the TreeFrog and have even piled up fuzzy roots on top of each other to bathe in the super rich atomized mix of Oxygen, water, and nutrients. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsMaintaining healthy aeroponic roots part3HEALTHY ROOTS Hydroponic Medical Marijuana Grow 10 – PURPLE KUSH (Documented)Early Spring 2016, Welcome To The Rootzone! Aeroponic Roots Are Just AmazingHow to Maintain the LiveWall Indoor Living Wall SystemHow to Maintain the LiveRoof Green Roof SystemSmart farming technology – The Future Of Agriculture? #part2

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  • TreeFrog Multiponics 1 year ago

    @GeoAeroponic, thanks for the comments and for being you! Our equipment provides the correct pressures and flow to achieve the desired 30-80 microns and the reason you see something different is you are not comparing apples to apples. Your 6800 is an orange, my friend. We chose different versions of the 6800 (and 8800) so I can see your confusion. Because our HPA kits are DIY and the TreeFrog is completely adaptable between all hydro and aero methods, some of our past videos, equipment, etc may state different readings. Check out our website and you will see our customers are happy with the performance and technical specs of our gear. Thanks for trying to keep us honest though, I'd expect nothing less! 

  • J Carl Johnson 1 year ago

    It IS all in the roots man, I like your philosophy. With a proper foundation, excellence is possible!

  • Koa Henderson 1 year ago

    My roots look better…and guess what I have…A TREEFROG too lol. I'll be posting videos at the end of flower but its funny how all these people criticize without any comparison videos, they say these roots look good but could be better…well please link the video to better. We are waiting. Great system, great roots, and even better people selling it coming from a satisfied customer.

  • Koa Henderson 1 year ago

    I have this system man and I've run 15 mins on and 15 mins off for the Aero while running a 9 head fogger the 24/7, great results so far.

  • Greenie McThumb 1 year ago

    Are your pumps made to run continually, or is it fine to run them intermittently, coming on and off every couple minutes?

    Thanks

  • Cassie Dill 1 year ago

    Awesome video

  • TreeFrog Multiponics 1 year ago

    Thanks for the comment. Oh yeah, plants can always be better. We leave comments up whether we like them or not. But we will always debate a comment made as a statement of fact. We take constructive criticism to heart. If there is a point, or a valid piece of advice, we take it seriously. We prefer big roots. We have seen both, and we still prefer big roots. It's like a Ford/Chevy thing. People have a tendency to make a judgement call and stick to it. We like Ferrari. Thanks Lee. Happy Growing!

  • lee glunt 1 year ago

    Sorry I forgot to mention that you got a sick setup and really sound like you got this down. Congratulations. I suggest trying for more tiny roots tho, trust me I've been in the same spot 😉

  • lee glunt 1 year ago

    I'm sure your plants look great but I'm sure they can do better. Sometimes people are just trying to help you, even if they sound like dicks (which they do, and they make themselves look dumb). Learn to accept it and make your shit better instead of arguing and ruining your credibility.

  • GeoAeroponic 1 year ago

    I own an aquatec 6800, i know exactly what they are capable of.
    The high pressure TreeFrog runs 13 nozzles per pump doesnt it? any customer can check the pressure and confirm it isnt remorely close to the 70-95psi you state. I`ll let people make up their own minds why you would only connect 2 nozzles to the pump in your video`s. One actually states the 2 nozzles provide 50psi..you add a caption later to cover the slip.. oops! its 70-95psi.
    All HPA have pressure guages fitted except yours.

  • TreeFrog Multiponics 1 year ago

    A plant's ability to cool itself is directly related to the availability of water. Are you really saying that transpiration has nothing to do with a plant's ability to cool itself? It's like a person sweating to cool down. At a certain point you are correct. If the heat becomes extreme it doesn't matter how much water is available.
    Why 13 nozzles? I use 5 nozzles. And I maintain over 100 psi. If you want to spout off about things you don't have any knowledge of please do so on another channel.

  • GeoAeroponic 1 year ago

    Just to clarify, heat stress causes transpiration to shut down, it has little to do with water availability. A DWC plant sitting in cool water will also wilt under the same conditions for exactly the same reason.

    @ Dickhead26, The pressure in the lines with a full compliment of nozzles (13?) will be considerably lower than advertised (70 – 95psi), most likely 20psi or less.
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  • TreeFrog Multiponics 1 year ago

    Maybe I wasn't clear. We understand the mechanics of HPA just fine. We aren't trying for what you are describing. Why have your roots right on the edge of dying? That's what "your" way will do. I'm not saying my room is hot, just that if it gets hot my plants will be fine. What is this obsession people have with micro roots. They are NOT the ONLY type of desireable roots. Plants NEED a variety of root types in order to truly thrive. Thick roots and fine roots each have a purpose and are needed.

  • TreeFrog Multiponics 1 year ago

    My plants totally disagree with you. 🙂 My mist time is designed to keep my plants happy. Not to be a demonstration of one extreme end of HPA. Alot of people are under the mistaken impression that plants want one type of roots. Not true. Plants WANT a thick tap root, fluffy trichoblast covered roots, and all types in between. When a plant is stressed by heat it wants to be able to uptake alot of water Our mist is 30-80 micron, up to 125psi. Looking forward to seeing your videos too.