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Art Garden Vertical Hydroponic Garden, Greenhouse Maximizing Space. Huge Yields, Great Quality. Getting ready to harvest! This video showcases some of the highlight’s this growing system has. We crank out an incredible amount of plants in a tight space, #90 in 8 sq ft. Using all food grade plastic! No pesticides, herbicides, fungicides ect… You also get 92% more space VS NFT or Rafts. Uses 99% Less Water than conventional Farming Techniques. Aeroponic technique hydroatomize’s the water resulting in faster yields and healthier plant root stocks.. Vertical growing system with innovative removable growbag pots. Growtowers are integrated into the structure of the greenhouse. Green house structure uses Terra Toggle earth anchors to produce a tensioned fabric structure. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVertical Gardening Idea for Turning a Small Space into Beautiful Garden | Garden Tower//GREEN PLANTSFarming without soil with the Ultimate Hydroponic System! – Hydroponic Vertical GardenEasiest Home Hydroponic Vertical Garden Kit Runs on Solar PowerPlanting rock wool starters in My Easy Garden Hydroponic Vertical GardenGreat DIY ideas, How to make Vertical Flower Garden from Plastic PVC and WoodenGARDEN: DIY Hydroponic Vertical Garden

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  • Kapok6 4 years ago

    I am astounded every time I watch a vid about your setup.  great job!  I have a couple questions though.  1.) When you say 90 heads per 8sqft, is that 90 heads per 55gal barrel, and each barrel takes up 8sqft?  If looks to me like you could easily grow about 90 heads in one barrel, (though my perspective may be skweed due to me not being there in person.  2.) I am having the hardest time finding the kind of food grade plastics I need to build the kind of system I am going for.  PVC is readily available, but it seems half the hydro/aqua growers out there say PVC is fine because we get our drinking water through it, and the other half say it leaches chemicals.  There seems to be no definitive answer as to whether PVC is safe to use or not.  You thoughts?

  • Hydro-Tech Farming 4 years ago

    Great Video! Really love to have one like this in my place. 🙂 I'm here in the Philippines and started to grow aeroponically. What nutrients are you using? timer setup – on and off? Congratulations! Nicely done. 

  • Greg Bennett 4 years ago

    Do you have a how to video on building the vertical aeroponic system. If so I would love to see it.

  • Scott Rundle 4 years ago

    What are you using for your silver lining material?

  • mediamaker2000 4 years ago

    That's really amazing lettuce production in such a small space! Will you only be able to grow them during certain times of the year? It's awesome that you've hooked up with channels to be able to sell them though! Can't wait to see your new system! I give this video a very productive green thumbs up!

  • Austin Family Gardening Channel 4 years ago

    Wow Ben ! Very impressive !

  • Brock Hughes 4 years ago

    Excellent Ben! man it looks good! I sure like the the way you have them packed in there bro. super job!

  • HHeirloomIA 4 years ago

    That lettuce is crazy wild! Very nice. Hydroponics seems to be the new challenge for a lot of gardeners.

  • Proponics South Africa 4 years ago

    great video! Keep up the good work

  • Khang Starr 4 years ago

    Wow, that's amazing!  Love the setup, great work!

  • Pacific Northwest Outdoors 4 years ago

    Awesome looking lettuce and amazing results – congrats!

  • Ponic Wars 4 years ago

    That's impressive lettuce. Excellent use of space/yield, and you've got a market for your produce. In a very short period of time you have done what many have tried and failed at for years. Keep it up!

  • Art Garden 4 years ago

    Huge Yields, Check It Out!