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Jacob from Hydro-City explains how to properly install and care for a Deep-Water-Culture hydroponic system, including tips on ideal pH and climate levels. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDIY Hydro Grow Bucket under $10 off grid hydroponic container get HUGE ghost pepper plant!!Home Hydro – Homemade Hydroponics 5 gal bucketBubble Flow Buckets. Voted “Best Bucket Grow Hydro System”Hydroponic Gardening – Setting Up, Part 1SuperPonics Bubble Flow Bucket Hydroponic System By SuperClosetHydroponics Systems | Hydroponic Bubble Flow Bucket System | Ebb and Flow Bucket

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  • Washroom Grower 1 year ago

    great gear and set up however it seems your level that you set the rockwool in the netpot is letting nothing but light in to the reservoir it seems with such a large net pot you would want the plug or wool aitting higher so yiu can cover the stalk for support and cover any holes light can penetrate through .

  • macfrankist 1 year ago

    Cool video. I am growing tomatoes. How do you keep the water temperature down from 65-75 degrees (F) to discourage root rot?

  • Manuel Munoz 1 year ago

    Is it possible to use ph balanced tap water or do I absolutely have to use ro water?

  • Milos Jovic 1 year ago

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  • Tyrone Biggums 1 year ago

    is a tent required for 1 plant? someone pls help

  • bansheebandithot350 1 year ago

    Never put the air pump at the hottest part of the room .. 1 the air will warm the bucket up causing root rot . All always keep air pump with cool air flow .. On floor works well

  • Lynn Wooley 1 year ago

    what does the ph balance you soak your cubes consist of

  • teedub127 1 year ago

    Great video, Jacob. For what it's worth, you run the risk of getting a false reading by using your fingers as a cap, always use the cap provided and clean and dry your tube throughly after testing.

  • Kapok6 1 year ago

    Won't the drain tube get algae since it's clear?