Added by on 2016-05-23 Vertical hydroponic system. This is my newest home made DIY vertical hydroponic system. vertical garden grow system. Grow box, free grow system Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodBest Vertical Grow Room | Big Buddha Box | Hydroponic Grow System | SuperClosetTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMVertical Hydroponic System & Grow Room Kit SetupHome made Hydroponic Grow System (Rough work)

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  • sunil kc 1 year ago

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  • Monique P. Gagliardi 1 year ago

    Thank you for the video.
    I also have the thorough step-by-step training video lessons teaching how to grow your own selfmade Aquaponic system. Its so easy that even your grandma can do it!
    Check out here for additional information:

  • UnCubicle 1 year ago

    Great idea but you should have built it taller to make the most of the efficiency of space and lighting

  • Jim Craig 1 year ago

    I posted about it at under the name "niggenz". Look it up. Remarkable how we solved a problem, create an inexpensive vertical system, using the same parts and pretty much the same idea idependantly!

  • Jim Craig 1 year ago

    You and I must have had a shared dream like in Inception. I built almost an identical system way back in 2008. Used the same PVC parts. Same drain trough. Same slats to hang the RWC slabs. All ideas I borrowed from the commercial Hydroponics Ecosystem and another users posts. The only difference was mine was bigger for 40" slabs. Also I built it in halves so I could open up the system to tender to my garden. My light fixture was in a tube and freestanding to vent heat. But the idea is the same

  • Mike Klegin 1 year ago

    That just looks like it would be a pain in the ass to gather your food, and utilizes a proprietary medium.

  • Tommy Rad 1 year ago

    We don't actually know if it's a good system or not. Do you have a vid of your grows?

  • Well done from UK mate!!! But what watt bulb your using also what was your yield and how many plants per slab?

  • Nicholas Stoica 1 year ago

    Only thing I would consider changing is making walls with three strips each surrounding the light. Maybe put them on wheels to improve mobility if you want to fuss over the plants, adjust distance to light, etc. Very sleek look to it though! Respect

  • John Smith 1 year ago

    no fucking way can you get 140 plants in there. what a load of bollocks

  • Jay Eff 1 year ago

    Looks like a crib with a glowing baby/alien on the inside.

  • Juan García 1 year ago

    Very very nice work. 🙂

  • boxa888 1 year ago

    HAHA i built one like this too! great work! urs is way better! i had it in my room and the water i was using poured all over my rugs and i had to get rid of it cause it made my rugs stink lol. maybe i will set it up again,

  • greenvertical 1 year ago

    Thanks, plantiful0126!
    The design is quite simple and its main advantage is that all parts can be found in any hardware store maing this a DIY hydroponic system. Plans are in my blog. Any sun and water loving plant will love this system. Dandelions do particularly well… Look up my other video of a larger system with two lights.

  • greenvertical 1 year ago

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  • greenvertical 1 year ago

    @323Milhouse Got photos and other systems on my site:
    vertical – hydroponic-system (dot) blogspot ( dot) com

  • greenvertical 1 year ago

    Thanks! It works well too;-) my tomatoes are loving it.
    The system cost me around $350 to build. Then there were 8 slabs
    at $8 each, but I cut them in halves, and the light pump and fan
    just under $700.


  • Adrian Martinez 1 year ago

    it looks good brah… how much was everything?

  • greenvertical 1 year ago

    This is the newest grow system I built. Please comment and let me know what you think. If you have any ideas how to improve this I would love to hear them.