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ORDER YOUR GROW SYSTEM HERE: http://www.supplysource.com?a_aid=panacea JOIN SELF-RELIANCE MASTERY HERE: http://www.SelfRelianceMastery.com SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL HERE: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheConsciousChannel Incredible New Hydroponic Food Growing System – Totally Sustainable No Electricity Needed! REVOLUTIONARY ADVANTAGES OF THE MINI-FARM GROW BOX LOW-TECH TECHNOLOGY Power failures have NO EFFECT on the Mini-Farm Grow Box, unlike with hydroponics or aquaponics which rely on electricity to keep your plants (and fish!) alive. The entire system is EMP-proof because it contains no electronic components whatsoever, making it the ultimate “survival food grow system” for preppers. Works everywhere there’s sunlight. Automatically practical almost everywhere. Seeds are planted directly into the grow medium, so there’s no transplanting required. Grow Boxes can be easily transported so you can start them indoors, then move them outdoors when desired. Grow lights are not part of the Grow Box system, but it is fully compatible with Hydrofarm brand grow light systems. The Mini-Farm Grow Box was designed around easily-scavenged parts such as paper clips, pencil erasers, garden hose rubber washers and discarded vitamin bottles. Using 3D printable parts designed by the Health Ranger, these parts can be easily assembled into grow systems to produce food without electricity. This means the grow system works in third-world countries, post nuclear war scenarios, grid-down scenarios, off-grid living and more. This is the system that even Mad Max could use to grow nutritious food after a catastrophic collapse. The 3D printable parts can be created using print filament made partially out of recycled water bottles and milk jugs. This means you can now transform landfill into food grow systems. Turning “trash” into “food” is truly revolutionary! Pickup your Grow System Here: http://www.supplysource.com?a_aid=panacea Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodAponic Vertical Aeroponic Sustainable Growing SystemPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System […]

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10 Comments

  • Michael Agsaoay 3 months ago

    watch for the mosquitoes

  • tanya bishop 3 months ago

    The Kratky Systems does all of that, and you don't have to add any water at all. So you don't need have that syste. Also you can make your own sistem.

  • tanya bishop 3 months ago

    This is what Mr. KRATKY came up with, not your friend. But, Kratky never used float valves or bubbles, etc. Old news my friend. Even make your own organic nutrients.

  • TheBranden86 3 months ago

    bubble stone in water would help the plants tremendously

  • Ioan Rata 3 months ago

    hi everyone ,if anyone else wants to discover aquaponics course try Morundan Total Aquaponics Mastery (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my colleague got excellent success with it.

  • Robert Moraws 3 months ago

    Invented by Mr Kratky, not your friend! Please don't take credit for someone else's work.

  • Karl S 3 months ago

    So what is your view on growing food indoors without soil? Because in your latest video about permaculture i got the vibe from you that you were against such things.

  • darthvader5300 3 months ago

    Haven't anyone heard of the original non-circulating Wroclow Hydroponics and Bengal Hydroponics combined together to be maintenance-free and self-tending? During the Cold War such a system was built with some modifications using inter-planting with protective plants to protect the plants. For our submarines and underground military cities they did well and are still doing well today, and the only problem is psychological stress caused by isolation.

  • Shell Finch 3 months ago

    I was going to do this. But, I realized one $100 grow box won't produce enough lettuce for all the salad my family and I eat. We would wait like 2 months for 8 lettuce plants. That's only 1 week of salad for 1 person. Please convince me I am wrong!

  • Bridgette S 3 months ago

    Awesome! Thank you very much for sharing!