Added by on 2016-04-16

If you saw the first video, this gives more ideas on how to take the hydroponic garden design indoors, like a shopping center, and sell all that you produce, without any transportation costs Indoors, you might be able to double the height of each unit and quadruple the number of units in a given area for eight times the income Is the real profit of this unit 0,000,000 per acre? Nobody knows, it has to be tested by people like YOU! The Playlist is at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GghlbtGjfk&list=PL57408542DE8918C3&feature=plpp_play_all Johnny’s Selected Seeds Catalogue (See Page 2 the table of crops per acre) http://www.johnnyseedsonlinecatalog.com/skin/entrymap/entrymap_singlebook.asp?SkinId=7.7.1.5 National Fruit and Vegetable Retail Report http://www.ams.usda.gov/mnreports/fvwretail.pdf Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponic Garden for profit at $918 per square foot, income, annually Part OneHydroponic Garden for profit at $918 per square foot, incomeSquare Foot Vegetable Gardening – Part twoSquare Foot Vegetable Gardening – Part oneContainer Garden Update #1 Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed Square Foot Tomato Plants2015 SFG – How to Build a Trellis to aid vertical gardening – Square Foot Garden

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20 Comments

  • Mr. Miscellaneous 1 year ago

    do you sell the design?

  • hionhifi 1 year ago

    Great video. There are so many great ideas here. I'm in the final stages of building an Aquaponics system which would work well with this system with a little engineering.

  • hamadatag tag 1 year ago

    i like your design and i appreciate your help for people without any complain if u please i would like to have your design on my Email thank you'
    hamadatag_2000@yahoo.com

  • Steven Moles 1 year ago

    I live in AZ to and am looking for something like this to supplement my retirement. would you be willing to give me your email so i have some one to ask questions. my email is smoles.susd5@gmail.com.

  • Victor Voigts 1 year ago

    Would appreciate you letting me have plans of your system: victorvoigts47@gmail.com
    In South Africa we are certainly facing a cat food diet if we do not start producing food in our back yards.

  • Robert l 1 year ago

    can you send me the plans for this? my email is deltarob85@gmail.com

  • Samer Azar 1 year ago

    I was searching for such systems, but I need to integrate aquaponics since I like to grow organic food with no chemical fertilisers and no pesticides, do you advise me to use aquaponics? and why haven't you applied your system yet?

  • Samer Azar 1 year ago

    this is so important. I like how everything is well studied and presented in a great manner

  • Can you still e mail the plans?

  • sherwin parker 1 year ago

    HI, TODAY IS THE FIRST I'M SEEING THIS PRESENTATION, I LIVE IN THE CARIBBEAN WHERE IN MY ISLAND OF ANTIGUA IN PARTICULAR, GOES THROUGH MANY DROUGHTS AS WELL AS TIMES DURING THE HURRICANE SEASON WHERE THE WEATHER IS EXTREMELY BAD. I'VE SEEN MANY FARMERS LOSE WHOLE CROPS TO THE ELEMENTS AS WELL AS ANIMALS. I'M VERY INTERESTED IN THE UNIT ESPECIALLY IN IT'S VERSATILITY AND YIELD PER SQUARE FOOT AND PROTECTION FROM THE ANIMALS AND ELEMENTS. I WOULD LOVE TO GET THE DESIGN AND SCHEMATICS, AND ALSO TO BE ABLE TO SPEAK WITH YOU ON SOME FORUM TO GET SOME FORM OF ADVICE ON THE SETTING UP AND INVESTMENT. MY EMAIL IS sherwinparker825@gmail.com. THANKS A LOT AND REALLY GOOD STOP . EXTREMELY IMPRESSED

  • Mark Kornett 1 year ago

    I like the design. Is half a day of sunshine really enough?

  • Mike Devan 1 year ago

    What kind of pump could you use for a system like this?

  • Jim Furr 1 year ago

    Your file downloaded perfectly – thanks  🙂 Only thing I had to do was update my version of SketchUp (a free tool)

  • Jim Furr 1 year ago

    The only problem with the numbers (and maybe I missed something) is that – with food quantities of this magnitude, you cannot depend on foot traffic to sell your produce!  You will need to TRUCK the items, just like the big boys do – so… costs go up and so does the price you sell the items for.

  • Johnny Gregory 1 year ago

    Wow! I like the way you think- in MONEY and INVESTING small, earnings HIGH. Thanks.

  • geo gopuran 1 year ago

    system presentation so better and great…..but could you give me any example which is system being work out….

  • esplen2t 1 year ago

    My wife and I are planning on starting up a small scale aquaponics system to start a small business which we think has huge potential and security! Your design seems like it would be a good start and trial run! if you send the plans to Taylor_esplen@hotmail.com we would love to try it out! thanks!

  • esplen2t 1 year ago

    Where do we get the design!?

  • darthvader5300 1 year ago

    BackToConstitution 8 months ago
     This video has been up since 2011 and suddenly, I'm getting requests, daily for the design. Is there something wrong with the world we live in?  Why now?  What's going on that I should know about?  Are we all going to die soon?

    The U.S economy is going crazy and job security and pension security and dollar value security are all unstable and people need something to sustain them economically and provide food security just in case the food production system collapses on a nation wide basis and your gold and silver might provide some hedge but for how long nobody has any idea.

  • darthvader5300 1 year ago

    Why don't you use a vertical rock dust remineralized terra-preta soil-based gardening-farming unit? We use horizontal tilted (diagonally tilted at 45 degrees) slats on both sides and connected by a panel on both sides. Irrigation is in the middle at the top which is open planted soil also, the irrigation pipe is linned with downward diagonal pipes. A calculated amount of water is poured based on the combined volume of space inside the pipes being used and goes directly to the rock dust remineralized terra-preta soil. Using pink magenta light induces plant gigantism. And we use annual Mexican marigolds inter-planted together with the crops side by side to protect both the soils and the plants against pests, diseases, blights, and other crops growing problems. We use anti-snails plants Aridan (Tetrapleura tetraptera) and insect-repelling plants (Yerba De La Pulga). We prefer pink magenta light that induces gigantism.