Added by on 2015-08-16

When it comes to growing tomatoes, the options are numerous. One of the simplest and most productive methods is Dutch Bucket Hydroponics. The water usage is very efficient, which is great for people with limited supplies of water. My current crop of tomatoes is coming along nicely. I plan on using this method a lot more in the future. The fertilizer that I use is available here…. https://www.morgancountyseeds.com/store/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=487 and here …. http://chem-gro.com/cart/index.php?cPath=23&sort=2a&page=2 The mixing instructions are easy to understand and the results are outstanding. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponic Update ~ Dutch Bucket Tomatoes and Kratky LettuceDutch Bucket Hydroponic Tomatoes – Lessons Learned and a New CropHydroponic Greenhouse Project, Dutch bucket tomatoes, NFT Peppers and LettuceStarting Up Hydroponic Dutch Bucket TomatoesHydroponic NFT with Bucket System / Dutch BucketSingle Dutch Bucket Hydroponic System – Easy DIY – Patio – Balcony – Winter Gardening

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20 Comments

  • armedmariner 2 years ago

    You need to read the book The Wheel of Health by GT Wrench.

  • Brian Prewitt 2 years ago

    Good stuff sir!!!?

  • Tom tran 2 years ago

    As in 12g 12g 6g ?

  • Tom tran 2 years ago

    Hey bobby if I do the your fertilizer 20-18-38 on lettuce you think it will kill it??

  • delightP 2 years ago

    Thanks, sub'd?

  • Patrick Wright 2 years ago

    Stupid spell-corrector (assumed) thingie!!! That should have read Citizen Peng.?

  • Patrick Wright 2 years ago

    I only just got interested in growing food this past summer. Initially, I discovered aquaponics, and that got me excited to raise some fish. I saw the veggies as a bonus. However, the more I watched videos by people like you, mph gardener, and John Kohler of GrowingYourGreens, Rob Bob, Citizen Penget, and others, I got inspired, and now I am building my first 28×21 greenhouse where I will try aquaponics, Dutch buckets, and wicking beds. Thank you for your positive information and overall good attitude!?

  • Marius Van Niekerk 2 years ago

    Al your video's are amazing.

  • Jim Nowosad 2 years ago

    I just set up my dutch bucket system (10 buckets) based on your videos.

  • bill lawton 2 years ago

    ive been watching your videos for some time now and have too say you are a inspiration. And have too say i love your little rant at the end of this video gyo is the way forward…… "If you dont grow it … you dont know it"?

  • David Stone 2 years ago

    I've been trying to look through your videos for the blue stuff what is it and what is it used for? Do you have a link for it??

  • Robert Smith 2 years ago

    hey bobby been watching you for a long time you make it look really easy.

  • pangeria12 2 years ago

    Spray bottle with a dab of corn syrup, dash of dawn dishwasher soap… Spray plant.

  • mhpgardener 2 years ago

    Exactly !

  • KnowtheInfinite 2 years ago

    you*

  • KnowtheInfinite 2 years ago

    if you dont grow it your dont know it

  • mhpgardener 2 years ago

    No, I don't focus on selling anything. But yes, you could make decent money in the right area.

  • Glenn F 2 years ago

    Do you sell to a grocery store or? Can you make money with this hobby?

  • youjay777 2 years ago

    Have you thought about using cherry barb fish in your reservoir? You would eliminate the need for artificial fertilizers and at the same time feed your fish in return…an abundance of perpetuating nutrients…

  • mhpgardener 2 years ago

    The key thing is some type of overhead support than you can hang string from. I've seen frames built from lumber for use outside. Or you could use some type of metal poles with wire between them. But it needs to be very sturdy. Once the plants get loaded, they exert a lot of pressure on the support system. I'm looking forward to seeing what you and Rob come up with.