Added by on 2017-09-20

The Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) is one of the most productive forms of hydroponic cultivation. Its simple yet effective design ensures that your plant roots have a constant supply of all the nutrient, water, and oxygenation they need. In this video we show you how to successfully set-up a NFT System (we use the popular GT205i [https://www.hydroculture.co.uk/gt205i] – but the principal set-up is the same for most NFT systems [https://www.hydroculture.co.uk/nft-systems]). We also cover a few other fundamentals such as adjusting PH in hydroponic systems to optimum levels. ———————– Don’t forget to head over to our website for more useful information on growing plants indoors and to see a range of products from the leading brands in the horticultural industry: ➢ Subscribe us: https://goo.gl/mfU8R1 ➢ Follow us: https://www.hydroculture.co.uk Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsMicro Hydroponics!! (Grow Greens All Winter!)How to Set Up an Ebb and Flow Hydroponics System (Tutorial)Hydroponics | Grow Tent Review | 8′ Hydroponics Grow Tent & Grow Room TutorialHydroponics Systems | Hydroponics Supplies | Indoor Garden TutorialsHydroponics Systems | Hydroponic Bubble Flow Bucket System | Ebb and Flow BucketDIY 10 Gallon DWC Tutorial

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4 Comments

  • Maximilian II. Emanuel 4 weeks ago

    Looks intersting. My question is, how much holes make sense when you plan to grow cuttings?

  • Calum's Homebrewing Adventures 4 weeks ago

    someone, at some point had to explain to the hydro shop boss the big cuts in the floor from putting that hole in the corex!

  • Alex Gia 4 weeks ago

    i am new to this. and i have a question. i hope you answer me 🙂

    i have two plants. they are about 10 days old. i got them on a tiny rockwool cube.
    i have them under the light for 18/6h and on a spereader mat which i make sure is always damp with 6.5ph water.

    their roots (one single root) started coming out of the base of the tiny rockwool cube.

    should i transplant them to the bigger rockwool cube now?
    if so, should i start the pump/nutrient procedure? or should i wait?

    thanks for your time!

    edit: i am a customer.

  • Greens Hydroponics 4 weeks ago

    Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) has long been known to be one of the most productive hydroponic gardening techniques out there.

    This video shows you how to get up and running with NFT Systems (we demo the popular GT205i set up) and we also show you how to keep that all-important PH in the optimum range.

    Check it out and don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more tutorials and product reviews:

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