Added by on 2015-09-05

At Black Dog LED we are passionate about gardening, especially indoor gardening with LED grow lights. We wanted to show visitors to our headquarters what our LED grow lights could do by creating the ultimate indoor garden. The garden in the Black Dog LED showroom is the best example of a high quality and well-designed indoor garden you will find in any grow light company office and possibly one of the best in the country. Our garden is an excellent way to see the our grow lights in action and see plants that have been grown exclusively under our plant lights from months and in some cases years. The most powerful LED grow lights available and the efficiency of our Phyto-Genesis spectrum allows us to grow tropical fruiting plants that are unable to fruit under any other lighting technology. The Black Dog LED garden is: – Watertight with a French drain floor – Integrated nutrient mixing and watering system – Computer monitored and controlled lighting and climate system – Custom built from the ground up to be easy to maintain while providing the perfect home for our many exotic plants We recommend you keep an eye on the Bodhi Related PostsPart 1 of 2 How to Build an Inexpensive Indoor Garden Grow Light Station: The Rusted Garden 20135 Indoor Grow Light System Ideas // Garden AnswerCFL Grow Light Reviews for Indoor Hydroponics and Indoor Gardening$10 Garden Series #3 – How to Make an Indoor Grow Light Box for Vegetable Seedlings15 Watt Indoor LED Vegetative Grow Light Review & Cucumber Tower | INDOOR GARDENAbout Me & Why I’m Doing This – Basement Hydroponic LED Grow Light Garden

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  • Justintime2grow 1 year ago

    Now just double the amount of light you're using and fill it with weed.?

  • RuffHouse Studios 1 year ago

    RuffHouse Studios needs a grow system. This is an awesome looking grow room! What does a basic small grow room cost to set up roughly??

  • frankthreex 1 year ago

    Wow wish I had the space and money for that!!!!!?

  • Dritman 1 year ago

    Super cool!

  • paul chatham 1 year ago

    Love It!?

  • Houston Rose 1 year ago

    WOW, so good! Thanks for providing this video, it really helped! 🙂?

  • DIY Aquaponics 1 year ago

    great job, man. Very cool aquaponics DIY!?

  • helicrashpro 1 year ago

    I recommend using a gate valve instead of a ball valve for regulating flow. Much better control with a gate valve.?

  • Melanie Hippolyte 1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Lawrence Chiang 1 year ago

    hi what is the use of a sump tank??

  • sri max 1 year ago

    I love this video,

  • Sikandar Khan 1 year ago

    You have low testosterone. Start taking pills.?

  • michael brown 1 year ago

    Wouldn't you need a bell siphon to pull all the water back to the tanks? The way yuo currently have it designed the water will only be drained to the top of the standpipe and then air will break any drainage, leaving many inches of water in the bottom.?

  • Dan Daman 1 year ago

    is it best to use no toxic pvc, (cmp) or what ever, at home depot they sell a non toxic style PVC, buts more of a tan color vs white??? anyone know??

  • ranstar999 1 year ago

    You focused too much on the bottom end, while insufficiently draining the planting bed.
    You need

  • haitianboy420 1 year ago

    Also, is a "sump" needed??

  • haitianboy420 1 year ago

    Hi Robert,
    I am a newbie at all of this. I was online looking for some of the parts and i could not find some of the exact parts you are using like the bulkheads.
    Any possibility you could send me a message with the links for the various parts to purchase? Thank you in advance.

    2 totes 8 to 12 inch deep (Ikea $16 each)
    6

  • Nico Chatterton 1 year ago

    Imagine a Garden Where There's No More Weeds or Soil Pests, No Tilling or Cultivating, No Fertilizer Spreading or Compost Shredding, No Manure Spreading or Irrigating, and No Tractor Shed Required…?

  • Anouk W. 1 year ago

    what kind of timer are you using?

  • Jonathan Darling 1 year ago

    Bell siphon??

  • BEN HOWMAN 1 year ago

    By adding a bell siphon you and eliminate the need for the timer. I haven't built anything yet so your guess will be better than mine?

  • JoysHighriseHomestead 1 year ago

    Unless you are on a concrete floor and own your home….there are way too many fittings to not be an accident waiting to happen. I'm an apartment dweller, and am carefully constructing a tower hydro set up, with no chance of accidents.

  • jrodapex 1 year ago

    You need to wash your hydroton otherwise you'll have a mess on your hands.

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  • Shannon Darby 1 year ago

    Awesome!