Added by on 2020-07-26

Well… we finally got to get filming on the comparison of growing Beef Steak Tomatoes in Soil verses growing in Hydroponics! EVERY single time we go to film this video, it is a Thunderstorm! We did however have a thunderstorm today, but we missed the bad storm while videoing! It’s so great to see everything producing in both greenhouses, whether it be hydroponic or soil growing, but let us know what you think. I totally see the difference between the two. Keep in mind, they were planted 1 month apart! We have talked about the nutrients in this video, so please take note if you are interested in it. See you all within the next few days, We have great videos coming your way! Enjoy! BLUELAB TRUNCHEON: (Affiliated) BLUELAB PH and TEMPERATURE METER: : (Affiliated) Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGrowing Hydroponic Tomatoes Indoors in a Grow Tent Kratky Update 1 Hydroponic Beefsteak TomatoHydroponics at Home – Growing without soilHydroponics Technology, Growing plants without Soil, low investment and high productionGrowing Tomato Cuttings in Hydroponics (Step by Step)#40 – Hydroponics vs Aeroponics vs Soil Growing SystemsHydroponics (Soil less) spinach and coriander

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  • Fazal Khan 4 months ago

    V nice agricultural and v nic achievement

  • Ibra Isla 4 months ago

    Question please: did coronavirus greatly impact your business? What did you do to your excess inventories, if applicable?

  • xshanghu 4 months ago

    Edit out repeated material.

  • Rasy life today 4 months ago

    What can we do to help vegetables grow? Tell me?
    I make it on the roof of my house, there are lots of vegetables, it 's lovely.

  • Rasy life today 4 months ago

    តើយើងអាចធ្វើអ្វីខ្លះដើម្បីជួយឱ្យបន្លែលូតលាស់? ប្រាប់​ខ្ញុំ?
    ខ្ញុំធ្វើវានៅលើដំបូលផ្ទះរបស់ខ្ញុំ មានបន្លែរជាច្រើន វាគួអោយស្រលាញ់

  • Florentino Acosta 3 months ago

    I prefer the old way planting in soil.

  • Emily Bryyson 3 months ago

    I'll tell ya lil gal…God in Heaven sure did bless you with a green thumb to feed His children. I appreciate you and yours for all you do! Many blessings!!

  • Norman Petzold 3 months ago

    Nice job

  • Can’t wait for the taste test!

  • Neil Biggs 3 months ago

    How do you handle pollination? Great show thank you.

  • Rinesh Sharma 3 months ago

    Great success on the farm. Just wondering what is pump size and how many plants it caters for hydroponics setup.

  • Markus Guenther 3 months ago

    Actually wondering if you have bees in your greenhouse? I have a smaller setup in my living room that keeps flowering but doesn't have actual fruits…

  • Anthony Boulus 3 months ago

    Blur lab are good units . Last for years and years

  • Dsa.pengadang hidroponik Anosz 3 months ago


  • Ideal Direct Home Improvements Company 3 months ago

    I think awesome! And the video noise was perfect, no worries there! Yall are the best! Thanks for taking the time to share ! Umm , i didnt know you were from Canadian! ?

  • Ran Ydnar 3 months ago

    Is there any website we can order that clip here in the philippines?

  • fielddesign 3 months ago

    Hi Ron from Illinois, just subscribed and like what I see. Old guy, 80 on the 29th. and wish I could do what you guys are doing. One question, where do you buy you supplies from. Retired marketing person and can't get it out of my system so I have a pretend farm on my computer.Keeps me busy. Interested in salad bowls and containers for the plants. Thank You God Bless

  • Kathphlox 3 months ago

    My Paul Robeson are colouring up beautiful burgundy red, in a few days I will be eating my first heritage toms, next year I'm growing a lot more heritage toms.

  • Laura Cabrera 3 months ago

    Great Job!!! Beutiful!!!
    I am starting with 3 tomatoes plants and I am Waiting the day to colect the firts ones to enjoy them. The problem I have is mouses make holes in the earth and eat the plants , I am in the camp .