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This is how I transferred my seedlings in rock wool, to my hydroponics system. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesCannabis Seedlings in Rockwool – Peterborough Hydroponic CentreHydroponic Tomato Seedlings in DIY system T5 lightingHow to plant seedlings in a hydroponics systemPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsHow to Transplant Seedlings from Dirt to Hydro & Aeroponic Systems

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15 Comments

  • mrwilltattoodude 9 months ago

    man this dude is retarded.why not empty the rocks first than check water with a few rocks in bottom.dumbest video on youtube

  • Johnny Foute 9 months ago

    just use an empty pot to see how far up the water is….

  • Charles Salmons 9 months ago

    +Escaping The Daily Grind
    look up permaculture, aquaponics and Sepp Holzer, good job!!!! you have to start somewhere

  • Great zombie jesus 9 months ago

    Hydro for spinach…..? Hahahaha

  • musicmaneman38 9 months ago

    I gave up on net cups and hydroton. use dollar store pool noodles cut to 2" pieces.

  • Hydroponic City 9 months ago

    dude really? you wasted time with those leggy seedlings

  • musicmaneman38 9 months ago

    my issue is beans. never could get it to work. they always rotted. mold.

  • Kid XL 9 months ago

    Nigga got weak as stems

  • Drewbert 420 9 months ago

    thank you you video very helpful

  • dude_kramer 9 months ago

    Why don't you push some more on top of those clay balls.  Did that plant survive??

  • Lejeus 9 months ago

    Great video, thank you. To clarify, is the rockwool actually in the water when the grow basket is placed into the bucket, and by how much (ie: halfway up, quarter, just touching, not touching, etc)? You mentioned how far up the water is going up the grow basket, but I'm not sure how far up the rockwool it should go, based on not knowing how far down you put it into the grow basket.

  • Dorion Brown 9 months ago

    Its clay 

  • Hoa Muyi 9 months ago

    The disadvantage of hydroponics is you need to pay for "plant food" or nutrients and supplements which can be costly.

  • Limko Mabu 9 months ago

    The disadvantage of hydroponics is you will have to purchase "plant food" or nutrients and supplements which are high-priced.

  • dice341 9 months ago

    great exactly the way i am doing mine minus 1 pump.