Added by on 2016-02-26

This video is about EFFICIENT HYDROPONICS GROWING SYSTEM THIS SYSTEM IS FULLY AUTOMATIC. AUTOMATIC Ph dosers, nutrient dosers, climate control, timed feeding, and cleaning. The pipe is a constant 65 degrees All you do is tie up the plants, and keep the censers clean and calibrated. I have received many emails with pictures of other peoples similar ideas. They are great. It’s like a club. I’m very impressed with peoples’ ingenuity and look forward to hearing from you to either share your ideas, or get ideas. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsAWESOME DIY AQUAPONICS VERTICAL GROW TOWERGrow 30 Plants in Less Than 2 Sq Ft with the Green Stalk Garden Vertical Tower GardenGrow 53 Plants in 4 Sq Ft with a Garden Tower Vertical Container Garden??Aquaponic/Hydroponic Vertical Grow Tower (Part 1) – Re-purposed Material


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  • Icey embrace 1 year ago

    you mean to tell that you broke the 2 grams per watt barrier? are you taking about 15 lbs of dried flowers per tower? it's really hard to believe, I need more information.

  • Icey embrace 1 year ago

    let me make sure I got this right, you have the fog on for 8 seconds, then off for 4 minutes. iS this what you recommend? house of hydro recommended 5 minutes on, 5 minutes off. tell me what to do, please.

  • turk omen 1 year ago

    how do you introduce the fog into the tower ??? how do you do to make it circulate ?
    And how do you create it ?? 😀 First of all :P

  • carlos peñalva 1 year ago

    bro, this is the next step, i need this shit!

  • Kimo Keliiholokai 1 year ago

    Mr. Baker, you da man! I look forward to building a few of these myself! I built a unit similar to yours except, I attached the towers to the walls in m room. Can't wait to try the fog though! Creative geniuses like us are rare. Thank you Sir.

  • Homer Roy 1 year ago

    This is a brilliant idea i never knew you could use fog,and it's grows faster!

  • John Baker 1 year ago

    Can't believe how easy this looks