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Learn how to build and maintain a hydroponics without needing any pumps or other electric equipment. Low in maintenance, this system is ideal for beginners who want to grow fruit, vegetables, spices or herbs. This DIY video will explain everything you need to know to get started. Click here for the original scientific paper: http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/hawaii/downloads/Three_Non-circulating_Hydroponic_Methods_for_Growing_lettuce.pdf Video Rating: / 5 ►See the full tutorial at http://www.epicgardening.com/hydroponics-for-kids This is an awesome way to get started with hydroponic gardening. I made this as a guide for kids but then decided to record a video about it because it’s such a fun way to get into hydroponics for anyone no matter how old they are. Follow Epic Gardening: Blog: http://www.epicgardening.com/blog Shop: http://www.epicgardening.com/shop/ Forums: http://www.epicgardening.com/forums Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/epicgardening Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/epicgardening Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Hydroponics Anybody Can Do This At Home – Kratky MethodEasy $5 Homemade Hydroponics System DIY in 5 Minutes Kratky MethodOff-Grid Hydroponics – The Kratky Method, Raft Hydroponics Update 3weeksHydroponics Homemade Growing System | Kratky Method | Chocolate Bhutlah | Nutrient Test | #4Hydroponics Homemade Growing System | Kratky Method | Chocolate Bhutlah | Nutrient Test |How the Kratky Method of Hydroponics Works

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38 Comments

  • Hima Nimer 1 year ago

    One of the easiest way to spend less effort gardening with hydroponics system is to take full advantage of hydroponics professionals, without the need to try and fail like them before!

  • damatrix1001 1 year ago

    Why did he patent the method? Now no one uses it commercially…..seems like a dick move.

  • DrRich111 1 year ago

    Thanks for the Info

  • DrRich111 1 year ago

    You look like Al Stewart Bro.

  • Matthew Scrivanich 1 year ago

    the commercial for lighting…"low" frequency gamma rays & "high" frequency radio waves? lol

  • Ponniah Kunathasan 1 year ago

    Thanks. In this Krathy methed do we need to add nutritions or replace the whole water with new nutritions? or just add water only

  • Ricardo Igongigong 1 year ago

    thanks for sharing…i can try this when i come back home!!

  • TaskMaster2099 1 year ago

    Can u recommend a fogger that doesnt break I saw your other video u stated they broke down. Also do u find this method here Krakty is faster than fogpon? I am sold on fogponics. U can share email address?

  • dev bachu 1 year ago

    great I am new to it

  • Mario Hemsley 1 year ago

    Great job!

  • Benja's Uber 1337 Hobby 1 year ago

    This is a great method. Hope you make some more videos :)

  • MoneylessWorld 1 year ago

    Severely professional explanation, very well done !

  • Chamal Liyanage 1 year ago

    Thanks

  • Burnita Lewis 1 year ago

    Nice job. I enjoyed it and so now I can set up my classroom for my students.

  • MilliePat 1 year ago

    I want to use Kratky to grow dwarf tomatoes indoors. How many dwarf tomatoes would adequately grow in the container that you are using for the lettuce?

  • darthvader5300 1 year ago

    The first non-circulating and self-aerating hydroponics which is self-tending was FIRST DEVELOPED BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN AND IT IS CALLED AS THE WROCLOW HYDROPONICS. It is a conventional hydroponic system with a slight modifications which uses a metal mesh and nylon mesh, covered with a mixture of brown coal and peat, drill holes for the air to enter the hydroponic container. Add water containing nutrients carefully and gradually over the top to wet and moisten it as it absorbs the water mixed with nutrients. Crops are planted and allowed to grow, water is added to replace what the plants has consumed, After every harvest the nutrient solution is replaced. But now a modified form of Wroclow hydroponics is introduced by using water hyacinths to prevent and reverse water eutrophication and azolla to add nitrogen into the water. Water is added to replace what was consumed by the plants at the top in a controlled way so that the entire planting bed is wet-moistened. The water solution is ordinary water mixed with a mixture of rock dust powder that dissolves in the water until saturation point is reached, then it is used. After every harvest the water is just topped to replaced what the plants has consumed and not replaced for the water hyacinths and azolla has been making it fresh and mixed with nitrogen through nitrogen-fixation from the atmosphere and into the water through the azolla while the water hyacinths stops, reverses, prevents eutrophication which makes the water fresh all the time.

  • yanuar santosa 1 year ago

    can you do kratky method tobbaco outdoor on video and share it on youtube please….

  • curly sue 1 year ago

    I wasn't able to catch some of the items you used, like the growth medium, and fertilizer? Can u update the description and list the items used?

    I would like to try this method using Mason (that have been painted Dark) using a CFL growth light so I may garden during the winter, just want to make sure I get the right tools and etc. thx

    Great vid tho! 

  • Reinis Miks 1 year ago

    Looks like too much work and resources needed compared to regular garden

  • Suko Tyas Pernanda 1 year ago

    Thanks, this helps me a lot. Does it need any wick? or the water level is set to be high enough to reach the net pot?

  • Kelvin Green 1 year ago

    Great video!

  • Elizabeth Arredondo 1 year ago

    How does the soil stay in the top part?

  • sharda chakraborty 1 year ago

    Nice. ..thanks

  • Curry Curry 1 year ago

    Can anyone tell me about the hydroponic nutrients and how safe it is for growing food. I'm in the learning stages of hydroponics So don't be a dick about it lol. I'm here for knowledge Not arguments lol. trying to learn and I believe the best way to learn is by hearing everyone's thoughts on it.. Thank you

  • astrangeone 1 year ago

    Might have to try this with a few of my favourite peppers.

    Too bad I don't own fish any more. I used to grow strong plants with the water changes from the koi plant.

  • dev bachu 1 year ago

    can i get this ship tone overseas Trinidad an Tobago

  • Ollie Rad 1 year ago

    And just use Miracle-Gro All Purpose 1 Litre Concentrated Liquid Plant Food
    You can buy at Amazon if u type that in or copy n paste this link

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Miracle-Gro-Purpose-Litre-Concentrated-Liquid/dp/B000TAW8WY

  • dev bachu 1 year ago

    were online can i get to but hydroponics solution to grow my plant s

  • InsaneBassNinja 1 year ago

    You think I can do it with a palm tree

  • raed raed 1 year ago

    what type of media do u use ?

  • Sherrie Dean 1 year ago

    Can you use dried moss or peat moss as the filler?

  • Brandon Horton 1 year ago

    would mulch be a good medium or maybe pebble stones?

  • permofit 1 year ago

    Great video good for a starter check out my setup i use the coco core https://youtu.be/n9R-QPRLDa0

  • lisa lavergne 1 year ago

    3:06 made me check my skype

  • may Oruene 1 year ago

    How often do I need to change the water? Or all I have to do is add water if the water level is low? What about the type of nutrients to use?

  • Avril Lategan 1 year ago

    Hi Kevin…. no holes in the bottle at all, in the 2litre hydroponic water system?

  • Jim Scott 1 year ago

    many thanks

  • Ranjit Gunner 1 year ago

    epic vid