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40 Comments

  • Will nonya 2 years ago

    So have you actually tried this thing out? How much do all of those plants weigh? Your system does not look like it has the structural strength to deal with that weight.?

  • greenurbanislands 2 years ago

    Build it.

  • Vance Combs 2 years ago

    Do you have an actual construction plan, blueprint and/or materials list? I'm going to try this out but if you have exact parts and measurements I could get to building this rite away. I'd even be happy to record construction application and quarterly financial returns. ?

  • German Alvarez 2 years ago

    this desing it might

  • John L. 2 years ago

    System is great for lettuce not peppers…of any kind or melons. Have you grown any peppers in your life is what I'm wondering. Do you know how big those things get? Do you know how big the root system will get? They get HUGE! So what you are suggesting in THEORY is great but when it comes down to it, it's only good for lettuce.?

  • nery colon 1 2 years ago

    Great video. Loved and Subbed?

  • Digihaven 2 years ago

    Hydroponic apples. Cool story bro.?

  • Chandler Booker 2 years ago

    i only eat free range tomatoes?

  • Sean Hatton 2 years ago

    This is a great joke.
    726,000 plants per acre.
    That gives each plant 8.64 square inches to itself.

    Tomatoes are typically in commercial farms, planted at a density of around 4,800 plants per acre.

    Tomato plants are huge, high yield plants. It's not unheard of for ONE tomato plant to yield over 30lbs.

    PS:
    A wheat field has roughly 1 million plants per acre. (each plant only yields about .01lbs, or 4.5grams)
    A corn field has roughly 28,000 plants per acre. (trust me on this, I know, I just planted half an acre today)

    This system leaves roughly 8sq/inches per plant. Roughly the area of a single tomato leaf.

    Do the math. ?

  • michael kindscherm 2 years ago

    all of the design I make are all tested

  • Gautam Kamath(Vyapar Hub) 2 years ago

    VyaparHub, India

  • arbonac 2 years ago

    How come there is no video of this design in action??

  • Charles Ku 2 years ago

    please send plans, materials, and suggested construction methods to maykoku888@gmail.com
    I am a newly formed non-profit looking for a way to end child hunger through advanced horticulture practices.?

  • altha 2014 2 years ago

    This was invented by a guy call Back to The Constitution. he has several models?

  • arbonac 2 years ago

    One opportunity exists with this design.

  • Sataya Sookdeo 2 years ago

    hi sir can

  • Colonel. Muammar Gaddafi 2 years ago

    can you send me the plans here eskedarabdella@gmail.com please.?

  • Limko Mabu 2 years ago

    The issue with hydroponics is you have to purchase "plant food" or nutrition and supplements which can be more costly.?

  • Gary Donahoe 2 years ago

    is there a place to get the diagrams for this system??

  • mike cioka 2 years ago

    can you let us know how to make one like this ? I will like to make my own one, since me too I think the cost of the vegetables and fruit on the supermarket are just ridiculous!

  • JJ Son 2 years ago

    yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa mr green :DDDD
    i like this guy

  • smith tyler 2 years ago

    good grow but ur tutorial bores me?

  • smith tyler 2 years ago

    QP every 2 months? thats it? lol u seem a lil too excited for a QP every 2 months lol why are you green?

  • Desiree Acres 2 years ago

    why is this dude whispering ?? ??

  • Basia Hales 2 years ago

    Hydroponics is an effective system but it have some disadvantage, you will need to shop for some "plant food", nutrients and supplements that may be costly. Before setting up any hydroponics system, you should think about the benefit from aquaponics system, which can automate 95% of work.?

  • Andrew Arugogona 2 years ago

    Got it!!!!?

  • Gary Lee 2 years ago

    @trojansuser300 : it depends on the quality?

  • Aeron Mckeller 2 years ago

    Thank you for the movie.
    I additionally have some strategies to grows up to 10 x the plants, by 50 % time, with much healthier plants, while the "fish" carry out everything…

  • Anton Roos 2 years ago

    Plants will go yellow

  • Anton Roos 2 years ago

    How u cut a hole with a saw??

  • Chris Archer 2 years ago

    WHAT Happens if the period of darkness is not long enough between veg and flowering? I told my buddy 36 hours but someone else told him 24, whats the worst that can happen?

  • russell jackson 2 years ago

    I Love This Video But, Green Face Is Racist To Namekians

  • BarryCam NeverGetBusted 2 years ago

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  • hydropon420 2 years ago

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  • kingjor09 2 years ago

    "You know the sttttttoorrrrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyeeehhh"

  • Clark Kent 2 years ago

    A 1/4 pound every 2 months? No thanks

  • TheAbuayyash 2 years ago

    yeah every one is a stone.

  • Metal Vocal Covers 2 years ago

    i love how you measured that bud dude hahahahah

  • john smith 2 years ago

    aluminum foil is shit, use mylar fool.

  • Hunter Reynolds 2 years ago

    Do not put aluminum foil on the floor and ceiling guys. It seems like a good idea and can work in a warehouse/growhouse scenario, but if you are like most people growing in a relatively small (less than 10×10 space) the light from the aluminum foil can often times be too intense and burn holes in the leaves. A better alternative is to paint the walls in the room white. Ive gotten better results that way