It’s time to find out what this hydroponic tomato actually tastes like. The variety is Big Beef. Compared to a soil grown Big Beef, I’d give this about an 8-8.5 out of 10. As expected, it’s not quite as good as a soil grown tomato. However, taking into consideration the ease of growing, and the fast production. I think it is well worth doing again. I think I can grow my trademark Rutgers and get an even better tasting hydroponic tomato. Looks like I’ll be doing a fall crop of hydroponic tomatoes. Also, I’m showing the Trinidad Scorpion pepper that is growing in the same Dutch Bucket setup and doing extremely well. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponic Vs Soil Peppers – Can You Taste The Difference – Part2Hydroponic LED Test GardenHow to Setup a home made DWC Hydroponic System To grow Giant TomatoGrowing Hydroponic Tomatoes – Small Tomato PlantsStrange Hydroponic Tomato Has Seedlings Growing InsideHydroponic Tomato Greenhouse, a year-round success
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