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2016 Strawberry Grow Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… This will be a series of detailed indoor hydroponic strawberry grows. 2016 will be a big year using multiple methods to grow and experiment with one of man’s favorite plants; the strawberry. In this video we observe plant growth and maintenance at day 30. We also begin the detailed lighting schedule to force the plant into future production. It should be a cool experiment. In subsequent videos, we will be observing additional maintenance, nutrient changes and a detailed lighting regimens for long term production. Enjoy video two. For future reference a playlist has been set up specifically for the 2016 Strawberry Grow. Once again, thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to come back. Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts6 Laws of Plant Growth That You Must Know and FollowCroton Plant | Indoor Plant Maintenance | How to Care for Plants | Gardening Ideas (Urdu/hindi)How to Clone any plant for hydroponic or regular gardeningAquaponics Rocks ( Growing Medium ) Wash Install Plant – $40 Aquaponics – Barrelponics Made EasyHydroponic Vs Soil Experiment – 6 Weeks Growth ComparisonFarm to Classroom Cuisine: The Growth of ICE’s Hydroponic Garden

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  • POV Antagonist 1 month ago

    okay so you put less Gro in there because you want them to focus and bear fruits but cut off the fruits? Try putting less bloom and more grow when you first plant them then adjust the nutes once the plant is the size you want to bear fruit. so the plant doesnt focus energy into growing fruits ur gonna cut off. this will allow your strawberry to have the Gro nutes to..grow.

  • joe blow 1 month ago

    Hey I know I'm kinda late but I think I can help you out. First. Your containers aren't light proof. If you deal them in 10mil or thicker black plastic it will eliminate light leaks and prevent algae which screws up ph. Next if you drape shit plastic over the black the nutrient solution will be cooler and it will slow bacteria grow which screws up ph. I would strongly recommend taking another tote and using an aquarium pump and BLACK vynle tubing to link your totes.. When you're dealing with hydro plants only take out what they want. Which will eventualy lead to an imbalance. And possibly a ph screw up. Since plants can only take in various nutrients only during certain ph ranges a pb problem can become a big headache fast. And a reservoir makes it easier to swap the nutrients reduces the need to clean each individual set up. Instead of cleaning 4 totes a week. U can just change the solution in the reservoir. Next u need to ad an air pump and air stone. Everything above the crown need co2 but everything below needs oxygen. By charging the nutrient solution with oxygen the root growth will increase astronomically and so will the vegetation.

  • Kawin Sinwathanakasem 1 month ago

    Can I use white neon light instead of led grow light? If yes , how many volt and kelvin should I use?

  • MsFlamingFlamer 1 month ago

    So detailed! Awesome

  • Gordon Youd 1 month ago

    My mouth is continuously dribbling from anticipation of nice fat juicy strawberrys

  • Ryan Bergh 1 month ago

    I've been worried about using a hydroponic nutrient solution, is it safe to use on edible plants? do the berries or whatever you may be growing that is edible does it have the same nutrient content as something growing out of the ground?

  • looks like root rot

  • Angel Marti 1 month ago

    How much does PPM have to be?

  • JodieMajor06 1 month ago

    Dude, you scared me! I thought you were going to offer me candy.

  • Some Guy 1 month ago

    just an idea for replicating the sun cycle, photo resistor and a relay to cut the light on and off for you when the sun comes up and goes down. would eliminate the need to manually keep up with all that! although, it may get weird during storms. lol. though, if it were preciseoutside during the storm, it would lose light anyway. of course, you could always use an RTC (real time clock) with an arduino to control the times rather than relying on sunlight.

  • Spance Man 1 month ago

    2 funny

  • Spance Man 1 month ago

    who uses lights for berries,lol,,,all that hydro for 5 strawberries,lol

  • Saintly2 1 month ago

    Did you do a vid of you transplanting from the rock wool to the net pots?

  • Brien steve 1 month ago

    where is the next episode . i am going to start my berries tomorrow …your info is excellent

  • Shawn 1 month ago

    Strawberries are looking good! Im not sure if you know this, but if you ever move up to more intense lighting like MH or HPS, you'll want to be careful with the aluminum foil, it can create hot spots like a magnifying glass and end up burning the plants.

  • Swensen Productions 1 month ago

    Just found your channel. Love it!!! Keep the videos coming;)

  • Solomon Fried 1 month ago

    Any update on the strawberries ? like you videos and stile!

  • Matty Sarro 1 month ago

    Can't wait to see the update! I have 25 bare root Ft. Laramie plants coming in a week or two for my first hydroponic grow!

  • ChienPing Yu 1 month ago

    What temperature there? lower temp a little bit may prevent the growth of runner.

  • Roni Khow 1 month ago

    Can 10 Watt LED Light grow the Plant?
    Coz i use 10 Watt LED light,they die.