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We produce potato mini tuber under aeroponic conditions here in Turkey. You can follow us at our web site is www.hydroser.com Aeroponics on the Discovery Channel. Aeroponics and the contribution to increase potato crops on earth and space. interview with Richard Stoner, Founder & President AgriHouse Inc along leading scientists. NASA funded aeroponic research and development. For more info visit www.agrihouse.com Related PostsVertical Farming: Horizontal Plane vs Vertical Plane ProductionImproved Potato Farming Yields Results in BangladeshAeroponic/Aquaponic Barrel Potato Tower!Minecraft Xbox Ep 31 Building Wheat, Carrot & Potato Farms! (Vertical Farms)Amazing Sweet Potato Harvest: 139 lbs from 3 PotatoesMittleider Gardening: How to Plant Sweet Potato Slips

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35 Comments

  • Curt Hamel 1 year ago

    Thank you!

  • C. Hamel 1 year ago

    How many days from beginning until harvest?

  • Steve Laubach 1 year ago

    This system is so inspiring.  Thanks for making this video.  You got my brain humming on some whacky things to try.

  • MAJDI ABU HAIT 1 year ago

    alsalmo alikom   my name is nour i am from jordan i am intersting  in aeroponic project for potato microtubers  production and i like to contact you to establish such a project in my country jordan ,,how we can do it ,,,many thanks

  • Kubra Eke 1 year ago

    harika ,

  • Andrés Almada 1 year ago

    Nice video Erol. Im starting the same project in Mexico. How many potatoes per plant can I produce with this method?

  • Erol SINAN 1 year ago

    it depends on varieties. avg it could start after 45 days after transplanting.

  • 超人 洪 1 year ago

    Nice Work!! How long does it take from planting to harvesting??

  • Erol SINAN 1 year ago

    Tugba hanım merhaba, elde ettiğim sonucları paylaşmam dogru değil. Bnular musterilerimin tohumları ve onların çeşitlerine ait sonuçlar. Benim şu çeşit boyle bu çeşit söyle demeye hakkım yok ve 3. taraflar gizlilik ilkesine aykırı. Kaldıki su an turkiye de değil yurt dısında da projelerim var bu konuda.
    Yardımcı olamadığım için ozur dilerim.

  • Tuğba Uslu 1 year ago

    Erol bey denemenizi takip ediyorum. Denemenin amacı sadece mini yumru üzerine mi yoksa kalite yönünden de inceliyor musunuz? Elde ettiğiniz verileri de paylaşabilir misiniz?
    Çalışmalarınızda başarılar dilerim.

  • Erol SINAN 1 year ago

    @ntomaylor, thanks and wish you happy new year. Actually pomp capacity according to the your system how it is big. i use 5,5 HP 7,7 kwa pomp for my each unit of greenhouse. Cheers

  • Apples Flibbr 1 year ago

    Nice work. Great big aero setup. What kind of pump are you using ?

  • Erol SINAN 1 year ago

    yani açıkcası ben şu ana kadar herhangi bir skıntı görmedim. diğer yandan bazı teşebbüslerde var sofralık patates yetiştirme üzerine. Denemeler kök başı 2,5 kg hasad ile sonuçlandı. Bilginize. Selamlar

  • Erol SINAN 1 year ago

    ilginize cok tesekkur ederim. Begendiğiniz için gururlandım. Fikrinizi daha önce başka arkadaslarda bana iletti. Böyle bir karşı basınc gerekliliği konusunda pek de fazla tartışmayacağım. Çünkü bu sistemde elde ettiklerimi biliyorum. Büyüyorlar ve karşı etki olarak taş veya çok katı ortam görmediğinden orjinal şekillerini geliştiriyorlar. Yani şekil bozuklukları toprağın aksine yok. Ben hasad sırasında arada unutlmuş olan meyveyi 1 hafta sonra gorursem tam iki misli büyüklük görüyorum.

  • Fuat duğan 1 year ago

    Çok etkilendim. Tebrik ederim Erol bey. aeroponic systemini, meyvesi yenen sebze türlerinde görürdük.domares v.b. ama bu çok ilginç. nacizane fikrim bu tür toprak altı meyvesi yenen sebzelerde (örn: havuç) karşı basınç olmaz ise meyve şişmez, yani yeterince gelişemez. karşı mukavemet, ürün üzerinde gelişimi hızlandıran büyüme hormonlarını daha aktif kılar. kumlu topraklarda havuç küçük, nisbeten tınlı topraklarda daha kaliteli olur.

  • Tony Absolute AM 1 year ago

    This is just my 2 cents, but if you put those plants on a carousel and use centripical force to spin them, they will grow much heartyer. The centripical force act's as the gravity. I have thought about this principle many times over the years and I think I have a way to grow vast amounts of food in outer space. We could also experiment with how our plants will act under three or five times earths gravity, in an effort to find out if earth plants would be suitable for another planet?

  • lack76 1 year ago

    PO-TA-TOES! boil 'em mash 'em stick 'em in a stew!

  • Dharmendra Patel 1 year ago

    Aeroponics can give a disease free vegetables in indoor kitchen garden…This technology having a bright future…

  • Thomas Wood 1 year ago

    I'm suggesting that aeroponics will replace the traditional farm.

  • rosenvitae 1 year ago

    From space!

  • rosenvitae 1 year ago

    Using a fine mist spray would do the job, they just have to know how little or how much to get enough coating on the floating plant matter. As for collecting the solution that ends on the sides of the chamber; I'm guessing they have ideas how to do that. If nothing else, artificial gravity (by centrifuge) can be used if neccesary.

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  • richiexp2 1 year ago

    WOW! This is INCREDIBLE.

  • Kyle Brockschmidt 1 year ago

    How does the aeroponic system work in zero g? How does the nutrient solution get back to the res? What prevents it from just floating around?

  • Javier Alexis Lopez 1 year ago

    nery let me tell you, as long as you germinate the seed, THERE IS nothing that can kill it, except you, you wont even need pesticides if every week or so u take a look at it and touch them

  • nery colon 1 1 year ago

    I wonder if this can be done here. Its very interesting. I think that I am going to learn a little more about Aeroponics. Would love to experiment with this. Great video.

  • ThunderLightenBolt 1 year ago

    What State do you live in ?

    And yes no goverment can grant us the rights that we
    are already born with !

    They can only take away our rights ..they never give us rights because they don't own us !

  • Mike Klegin 1 year ago

    The indoor verticle aqluaponic system seems to be doing quite well. regarding standard food crops next project will be experimetation with tuber crops. saw this cool youtube article about aquaponic potatoes the question now is how do they keep the taters from going green with exposure to light?

    http://youtu.be/oIwzW0huBRA 

  • Benivator2 1 year ago

    SPACE POTATO'S

  • Braindead Hoovy 1 year ago

    That's good, but what happens if the potatoes die mid journey ?

  • But god never said that 1 year ago

    May I know, compared to what, it takes 60 % less water ? Compared to drip irrigation or regular irrigation ?

  • But god never said that 1 year ago

    only 60 %less water ? i thought 90%!

  • SerenityGene 1 year ago

    @210482fmj
    "Raised with no pesticides, nutrients or additives that are not derived from plants or animals"

    Either can be done with plant or animal based Nutrients just as easily as farming in soil.
    So how is aero or hydro not Organic? Oh wait you didn't think to research something before QQ'ing about the ebil chemicals. That's your problem you Don't think.

  • SerenityGene 1 year ago

    @210482fmj
    You should stop eating chemicals so we don't have to listen to your stupidity anymore.

  • Talz1803 1 year ago

    @210482fmj Even organic farmers use fertilizer. Whether you use ammonium nitrate or cow dung, you have to enrich the soil to keep getting good yields. Even dung is made up of "chemicals."