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We help you understand what pH is and why it’s important to manage the acidity / alkalinity of your hydroponic nutrient solution for healthy, happy plants. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodHydroponics Basics: What Is pH and Why Is It So Important?Hydroponics Europe: Nutriculture Amazon Aeroponic System AssemblyWhat Is EC & pH And Why They Are Important in HydroponicsSingle Part Nutrients for Hydroponics / Aeroponics Systems


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  • Kcarviper 11 months ago

    Just learned I have a bad habit. I mix nutes up and drip pure PH down into Rez don't dilute.
    Thanks Everest .
    Your the breast titty we got on YouTube.

  • dave oneil 11 months ago

    what can i use? bicarbinate of soda or baking powder?

  • David Hall 11 months ago

    Love all your videos. Your nutrient availability chart shows phosphorus and potassium seem easier to uptake at 6.0, and I'm planning on lowering my ph to at least 5.8 for the majority of flowering because that is what seems to be recommended. Even Calcium seems to be taken easier above 6.0, which is needed to make bigger fruits, I believe. Is lowering the ph to 5.8 for Magnesium or something I am not seeing?

  • dave oneil 11 months ago

    ive been wondering about this for months… you can use viniger or lemon or lime juice to bring yr ph down correct? but to bring it up what do i use in the uk? baking powder or bicarbinate of soda? we dont have baking soda. wtf? is baking soda and bicarbinate of soda the same? would it work? or is it baking powder i need?

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  • Haroon Qureshi 11 months ago

    i will appreciate if you add the link for buy online this all equipment website…thanks

  • Dyelon Joyce 11 months ago

    Hey Everest I watched this video seriously like 50 times before I understood it but I think I got it! I think an easy way to think of water and ph is…a water molecule is like a pimp(oxygen atom) with two hoes(hydrogen atoms) and sometimes the hoes leave their pimps, and that pimp becomes a negatively charged hydroxide ion. When the renegade hydrogen atom finds another pimp who's already got two hoes, that pimp becomes a hydronium ion, basically a pimpin oxygen molecule with three hydrogen hoes

  • Haroon Qureshi 11 months ago

    lot of videos don't show this all…
    i had waste my time watching them video and wasted my money,
    without PH levels we cant grownup our plant..//

  • David Atienza 11 months ago

    thank you for sharing this very well made

  • Trichome Juice 11 months ago

    Ive always ph'd my nutrient solution and ive ALWAYS had lockout. Im not going to ph my nutrients anymore. And watch things will probably start looking up. Nature doesnt ph water and all the plants and theyre always looking nice and green with no lockout. I stating to believe its the acids causing these problems

  • PianoXfan1 11 months ago

    I can't find a solid answer for growing in soil and pH. A lot of people say you should pH your water/nutrients to around 6.5 or so then water and test the run off. Others say soil is a buffer and therefore you shouldn't alter the pH of the water you're giving them. Can anyone give me a solid answer with some form of proof to back up the claim? The internet is an amazing place for information, but it's also filled with tons of bad info.

  • dave oneil 11 months ago


  • Eliyahu Kassorla 11 months ago

    pH isn't "power of hydrogen" or "potential of hydrogen". the "p" in pH stands for negative logarithm (-log), while the "H" stands for the concentration of hydrogen ([H]). You can have the reverse, which is pOH (the negative log of the concentration of hydroxide ions), also known as 14-pH (for a fully dissociating ("strong") acid or base).

    Further, the equation [H3 O+ ][OH- ]=1.0 x 〖10〗^(-14), which using the power of logarithms, is 14. Which is where pH numbers come from – 14 less the pH.

  • gabriel moreno 11 months ago

    Follow up video of grow zone

  • unknown cuyler 11 months ago

    wow way to break it down.. soo clear. so simple. you sir, are very intelligent.

  • plstrom 11 months ago

    very very good !

  • Kevin Alves 11 months ago


  • Mark Griggs 11 months ago

    How do you feel about Advanced Nutrients PH Perfect nutrients? Is it an incredible breakthrough in Hydro Nute technology or a gimmick for noobs who don't know how to balance their PH?? Please tell me what to think great leader.. No really, I don't know if it's worth it or not.

  • Straitnet 11 months ago

    Just wanted to give a big thank you for all your videos…by far the best series on the web when it comes to helping newbies learn this stuff 🙂 Oh and on another note..there was an old PC game I used to really enjoy called You Don't Know Jack…if you haven't heard of it or played it you should..your voice and style of talking totally reminds me of that games host 🙂 Thanks again.