Added by on 2016-12-12

I’m growing sweet potatoes and regular potatoes in containers in an unusual way. Sweets are growing great and Roosters have grown big enough to start weaving through the sides and stacking. Very pleased where we are with the space-saving hydroponic potato towers! My name is Brent and I live in central Arkansas. Love to garden and dabble in hydroponics–Drip Systems, Deep Water Culture Systems, Self Watering Containers, & modified Rain Gutter Grow Systems in the greenhouse. A big part of it is experimentation. I would love to hear from you. Join the conversation and share who you are here with me! You can subscribe by clicking this link and then you’ll get a notification every time I upload a video: http://www.youtube.com/user/c3voyage?sub_confirmation=1 My blog is where I began my online adventures into traveling and gardening. I’ve decided to start it again and it’s where I’ll share more details of the things I do and the rationale behind it. I’d love it if you’d join me and please comment: http://c3voyage.blogspot.com/ And now, I’m on Facebook! Share your gardening thoughts and pictures! https://www.facebook.com/c3voyage/ Related PostsHydroponic Potato RevealHydroponic Potatoes: Replanting Part of the TowerEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodVertical Gardening & Hydroponics with the Foody TowerHydroponic vertical tower and deep water culture gardens DIYRain Tower Vertical Hydroponic System: With My Modifications

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14 Comments

  • Troy Lee 8 months ago

    Do you guys eat sweet potato leaves?

  • issa lupenza 8 months ago

    Hello i reside in Tanzania am really interested in growing crops in that way, can you help me to know on how i can do it in a better way, Thanks.

  • How to be self sufficient 8 months ago

    can't wait to see how these potatoes come out.

  • Midwest Gardener 8 months ago

    Those tater towers are looking good. Hope they turn out good inside.

  • Patrick Meehan 8 months ago

    Lovely healthy plants Brent.

  • North of Pontchartrain (BobMel's Gardening) 8 months ago

    It will be interesting to see the reveal. Best wishes Bob.

  • Jeff Sullivan 8 months ago

    Seems like the upper buckets would have to be much wetter than the lower buckets. How do you avoid that, or do you?

  • FesterWerks 8 months ago

    The Wall of Potato. I hope it turns out as fantastic as its looking right now.
    Marc

  • Home Grown Veg 8 months ago

    Hello Brent. I have long been a critic of towers and vertical gardens for growing vegetables, as you now. Most vertical gardens grow a few salad vegetables and some herbs and not much more. Good luck with the potatoes, I hope you get a great crop. It's hard to tell in your video how tall your potato tower is, but take care when you lift the top container off. With no handles to help you, I think a 'Bear Hug' might be in order. Looking forward to the reveal. HGV.

  • Keyplayr61 Greenhouse Hydroponics And Gardens 8 months ago

    The plants look nice and healthy, Brent! It will be interesting to see the outcome!

  • Homeplace Journal 8 months ago

    After you get you style perfected are you going to produce a book on your growing ways? You've put a lot of time, effort and experimentation into your system…could make retirement a bit more interesting. ; ]

  • mevofr 8 months ago

    I'm quite impatient to see the result. Looking forward to the harvest / reveal video …

  • CB's Greenhouse and Garden 8 months ago

    Amazing taters I tell ya! Looks like these took well this time. You-Da-Man!! Can't wait for the brains of these operations to get here so you can teach and old Redneck some new tricks!!!

  • jjandmaryann j 8 months ago

    looks good will try next season,just getting more things ready for next year.tnks