Added by on 2017-05-04

This is my two 4,000 gallon tank Aqua Culture system that provides thousands of fish and fertilized water for my Asparagus farm and 28′ by 14′ green house. The fields and green house are watered by using a Water Ram Pump that requires no electricity to run, making this a sustainable home food production system. Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts$25 DIY Hydroponics 5 Gallon Bucket Deep Water CultureShipping container house – Green roofWater Pump Setup For Hydroponic SystemGreen Grid Triangle 06 Star wave 122 BPM Deep HouseCLONES IN A DWC SYSTEM! (DEEP WATER CULTURE) – HYDROPONIC SYSTEMHow to Build Deep Water Culture Hydroponic System

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  • jeff switzer 7 months ago


  • Viviane B 7 months ago

    that's genius!

  • ObiTrev 7 months ago

    2:54 "I'm your huckleberry"

  • What nutrients are you supplying to the plants and how?

  • The Offgrid Aussie Family 7 months ago

    awesome setup!

  • farmboyEN 7 months ago

    what liner did you use for your tanks? where did you get your green house cover?

  • sk8pkl 7 months ago

    Incredibly awsome work my friend. Beautiful. Thankyou for sharring!

  • sketchyssk8shop 7 months ago

    Cool setup. how much of a drop do you have from the tanks to the pump to get that kind of pressure in the greenhouse

  • kweenie76 7 months ago

    The system looks cool! Maybe you could use drop irrigation instead of sprinkles (Just take some tube, put it in the plant trays, poke some holes in it) as this will give you 100% water efficiency, the sprinkler is wasting a lot of water that's landing on the ground.
    This will also prevent you from potential uneven irrigation, as the sprinkler mostly hits things in a certain circle and might not hit things outside of it as well.

  • Macho Sancho 7 months ago

    Your videos are never long enough… ( ._.)

  • M Walton 7 months ago


  • Derek Everyguy 7 months ago

    Very nice! I was always under the impression that certain types of glass and plastics diffuse sunlight and are no good for growing

  • one-mans way 7 months ago

    my idol

  • MetricZero 7 months ago

    I want to be like you when I grow up. Oh who am I kidding? I'll never grow up. But hey, I love your videos and what you're trying to do.

  • Truth Report 7 months ago

    man.. awesome setup you have going on there

  • learnsomethinguseful 7 months ago


  • Jebbas 7 months ago

    Extremely awesome. Please post more videos on this property!

  • therickoshae 7 months ago

    super cool

  • paul30003 7 months ago

    Simple innovation like this, impresses me.

    Amazing work. Thumbs up!

  • Bob Howard 7 months ago

    cheap easy and low tech. …
    you are lucky enough to have the benifit of water and sun.
    your initiative is all about you.thank you for demonstrating how anyone can do it. well done bro