Added by on 2016-05-03

tomatogeek@gmail.com DIY hydroponic garden. This is my vertical garden. Started with the idea of getting the most production out of a small space. By growing in the vertical styrofoam pots, you insulate the roots of the plant keeping them warm in winter and cool in the summer. By planting in coco coir, you have a completely nutreal media free of alkanlinity and PH; coco coir is necessary when using these virtical pots. Currently, I have 120 Florida 91 tomato plants (please google Florida 91 to learn more about this remarkable heat and disease resistant tomato developed by the University of Florida). Each plant has produced almost 10 pound of tomatos since the end of December 2008 and are still producing tomatos expected to go through the summer. We have seedlings available to ship to you within the US only. Please email me at tomatogeek@gmail.com and let me know how many you want and I will send you a quote. Seeds are also available. You can go to ebay and bid or buy there or you can just email me at tomatogeek@gmail.com with the amount of seeds you would like; payment is accepted through paypal only at this time. If you want pots or coco coir, I can also send you a quote just let me know how many you would like again at tomatogeek@gmail.com ; this can be shipped worldwide. Hydroponics is not a new development. Has been around almost since the beginning of history. That wonder of the ancient world known as the Hanging Gardens of Babylon was an exercise in hydroponics and rice has been grown hydroponically for centuries. Today, hydroponics is used in a variety of settings. Whenever the soil is unavailable, hydroponic gardening seems to appear. Wildcatters offshore oilrigs grow their own tomatoes. Chefs of nuclear […]

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20 Comments

  • Outa ThisWorld 1 year ago

    What is the system you have set up to feed the needed nutrients to the hydrostackers?

  • Judy S. Martinez 1 year ago

    Thanks a lot for your movie.
    Also, I have some ideas for grows up to 10 times the plants, in half time, with healthier plants, while the "fish" carry out everything…”
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  • Schpankme Verimuch 1 year ago

    The Florida 91 is a transgenic tomato; it use E-coli bacteria cells to keep it hard once ripened; this commercial death trap is meant for Corporate Profits not health.
    “There are no Governments only Corporations”, controlled by VATICAN Banksters and its CITY OF LONDON Corporations known as UNITED STATES, CANADA, ISRAEL and the other British Colonies.

    search: THE THREE CITY STATES
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  • Art Oliva 1 year ago

    it is simply some metal fence rail a neighbor had laying around..

  • Bryon Sawyer Sr. 1 year ago

    You have the black pipe in which you are hanging your pots. What is that material? Inquiring minds want to know

  • LilyBranco 1 year ago

    Very nice video. I am wondering what kind of nutrients are you using, I hope somebody comes by here and can give me an answer of what type of fertilizer or nutrients are being used on it…what is the name ? thank you for any help.

  • happinesson 1 year ago

    impressive garden!

  • Leon Manko 1 year ago

    @Liono68 Dont need much land to grow using hydroponics! Give it a try it's so easy and fun…and sustainable.

  • Steven Scott 1 year ago

    I love your video and your property and garden! Amazing. I wish I had land of my own to grow food. Thank you! 🙂

  • Daniel Burgess 1 year ago

    who is the cutey with his shirt off 🙂

  • Himanshu Sheth 1 year ago

    A nice roof-top kitchen garden. The camera movement is so speedy, it is uncomfortable to watch the clip.

  • Kevin ator 1 year ago

    goggle South Alabama Water Supply ….We provide 100% pure rainwater for sale worldwide. The rainwater is sold in 30-50 gallon drums …if you want more we can go bigger !

  • Dean Crouch 1 year ago

    Great Video….thanks for taking the time….is this a hobby or do you sell the produce ?

  • Art Oliva 1 year ago

    what are nutes?

  • rogersantiques rs 1 year ago

    I live up north in connecticut and I can only dream of a garden like your.Thanks for posting.

  • Art Oliva 1 year ago

    yes ; west palm beach

  • wolf2351 1 year ago

    That was nice……….was that in Florida?

  • tucsonpersonified 1 year ago

    You need a hobby!!

  • Art Oliva 1 year ago

    thanks

  • gilgamesh1962 1 year ago

    thanks for the video, just one tip, while filming, keep camera movement to a minimum.