Added by on 2017-08-05

This video will show you how easy it is to grow peppers in a non-circulating hydroponic method (Kratky Hydroponic). Buying peppers at a nursery will save you alot of time. How to Mix Hydroponic Nutrients: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiiYfMa6d5o Pepper Community: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/115327395557843932467?gmbpt=true&fd=1 How to make a Self-Watering Bucket: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWkg5ttOm5I Topping Peppers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8PMd-VNCYc Propagating Peppers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abESlZF-Z7g Pollinating Peppers Indoor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5u5UoZIoaWY Force your Peppers to Produce: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ipk4DmfUJ4 Pepper Grafting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PF01yFK6VKo Breeding Peppers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auV1mgoGo5s Mini Kratky Hydroponic Kit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqUn5N9U3IQ 2016 Pepper Series Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLPq8JWQbWhCJLjuqmsj_Spyc3NNN9BFe 2015 Pepper Series Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLPq8JWQbWhAmVMdw8iP3lysqgEZEbryy General Hydroponic Nutrients(Flora Series 3 Parts): 3 Gallons of water, pH is between 5.9 – 6.5 15 ml Flora Micro 15 ml Flora Gro 20 ml Flora Bloom 10 ml Cal/Mag Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGhost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia) indoor gardeningHydroponics Homemade Growing System | Kratky Method | Chocolate Bhutlah | Nutrient Test | #4Hydroponics Homemade Growing System | Kratky Method | Chocolate Bhutlah | Nutrient Test |Homemade Hydroponics System | Deep Water Culture | Carolina Reaper Grow #6 | Hot Peppers | LED GrowNon-Circulating Hydroponics 8/1/16 Update – Pepper PlantsGrowing Peppers with Vertical Hydroponics

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19 Comments

  • jum462 1 week ago

    See your video, then I take the idea
    I will do as well

  • David Vukovic 1 week ago

    Khang Starr. I am in zone 9 in Texas. Should I monitor the temperature of the water? What temperature should I not exceed? Thanks from Houston.

  • Jack Nguyen 1 week ago

    small observation, Khang. The plant leaves looked kinda burnt… too much nutes perhaps???

  • Van Coll 1 week ago

    Did you ever transplant this plant to soil?

  • AJIT PAL 1 week ago

    It's very good video

  • Otto Wayne 1 week ago

    Hi Khang, I did this with pepper plants I bought and now I have some issues with white mold on the roots.
    Should I worry about this and is there anything I can do?

  • GH3KKO GARDENER 1 week ago

    Any chemical fertiliser with traces should be as good if not better than specialist hydro nutes which are generally overpriced "carp"

  • Brandon Gerling 1 week ago

    I know this is an old video, but how was the yield on this set up? I'm thinking of trying this out and comparing it to my bucket ghosts in soil

  • tri le 1 week ago

    is not organist

  • Sabina Li 1 week ago

    I planted one hydroponic chili but it's growing very slowly. The ones in soil is much larger. Why?

  • wingsdesire1 1 week ago

    I'm not sure if someone has suggested already but if you wrap your bucket in aluminium (tinfoil) it will block out the light & help insulate the plant, if you want to go a cut above wrap it with an old towel for better insulation then again with the outer foil later. Plants grow best when roots are between 20-25 Celsius (so I've read) I'm still due to experiment on it all for now I'm growing with tinfoil to prevent Algae with the added benefit of insulation

  • dheller777 1 week ago

    do you have any problems with this sitting out in the sun as far as the temperature raising the temperature of your solution to a point were it hinders plant growth? I'm thinking about using the same method on some of my Carolina Reapers and they will need to grow outside so I'm wondering how this is turning out for you.

  • Dhanang Prawira Nugraha 1 week ago

    every how many day do you refiil that water and nutrition

  • Dhanang Prawira Nugraha 1 week ago

    kratky method is suitable for all super hot pepper?? or what your advice for the best to growing a pepper

  • aironovathuul 1 week ago

    Hey Khang! Thanks for your videos, they are a huge inspiration and you have taught me a ton about growing peppers.
    Im having a go at the Kratky method and I think I have issues with the right amount of nutrients. I'm using Mills and I'm following the chart that they have. Do you deviate from the charts since its Kratky, or do you stick too the program?
    Thanks.

  • Kamiru Hashimoto 1 week ago

    hi, And what to do when roots will reach bottom of the bucket ? IT is possible to grow chilli by this method few seasons?

  • Cath J 1 week ago

    Thank you for the tutorial.. is there any video of harvesting for this plant? 😀

  • Corl Franco 1 week ago

    i have a couple suggestions
    you could use 2 buckets one over fed and one plain water
    or one overfed and one plain water with some sort of organic ph up like eggshells
    and switch between the buckets every 3 days giveortake
    also i dont think i could enjoy being in the same t shirt since 1990 i would be slightly choking but ill figure out somn. if you dont have direct sunlight you can use speakers to redirect the growth and if i had a choice i would use blue or black containers

  • mezleona 1 week ago

    Hi Khan! Greetings from Peridot AZ!
    I see that you have a bucket inside another bucket, is this to give it more sun protection? Is this going outside? I brought some peppers and tomatoes in my travel with me, but the wind is very strong here. Want to see is I can use the kratky method.
    Do you use it outside?
    By the way congrats on reaching 40,000 subscribers! I'm happy I'm in the first 1000!!