Added by on 2016-07-10

In this video I show how I built an aeroponic fogger/mister for my system for under 32 bucks. Nutrified fog is excepted by the roots at a much faster rate then a spray or soak system. So I modified my Aerospray system to have both nutrifog and timed sprays. If this was helpful please leave comments and rate. Visit for more. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponics How To: How To Build an Aeroponic Growing SystemBuild Your Own Aeroponic SystemHow to Mix & Add Nutrients for a Hydroponic Aeroponic Systemhydroponic aeroponic system workingPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsHow To Build A Hydroponic System

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  • Allan Teo 1 year ago

    I have that same fogger and it will generate a lot of heat to the water.. great for winter I guess  other wise, its better to use a cyclic timer to turn on the fogger for the minimum time before it gets hot and then let it cool for the amount of minutes that it will take to cool down.

  • orlaimage 1 year ago

    Thank you for posting, very interesting system, can you please send me the "link" where you bougth your Nebulizer, also, how much water should be used and how the water system works.
    Thank you again

  • Criket Michael Godwin 1 year ago

    And you can get those fuckers at Amazon for like nine bucks 11 bucks just to help out

  • Criket Michael Godwin 1 year ago

    That was pretty good really help me a lot on some stuff that I'm trying to get together if you got any other videos what you send them to me I'd really appreciate it

  • Go To Hydroponics 1 year ago

    Wow not very familiar with the fogging type of hydroponics but very interesting. I have a regular water hydroponic setup

  • yoyofargo 1 year ago

    Deb. Jeb. Neb. Nebulizer. 

  • Ryan Hadley 1 year ago

    Few quick questions: How often do you have to fill up the water reservoir, add nutrient, and how do you handle drain return from condensed fog?

  • boxfreethinkin 1 year ago

    thinkin if you put a small 1/4 tube or so in far end of pipe above water line, then tee it into your return line back. it should create a syphon and pull that fog better across the tube for more of a equal spread. 

  • 4 Steps to Peace with God-Videos 1 year ago

    How much, and where did you get the FOGGER… 

  • Kafka Pape 1 year ago

    You have a Fungus gnats.

  • sandertel 1 year ago

    I am not sure how the fogger functions but do the nutrient salts/minerals clog the device ?
    Regards, Sander

  • Chris K 1 year ago

    any problems w/ algae in ur water that sits in the fogger camber w/ the little red led on the fogger constantly being on?

  • kestral super 1 year ago

    u not worried by them gnats?

  • George A. 1 year ago

    thank you for the good info

  • paindeer 1 year ago

    Says water feeds the fogger from a line going in ?

    Where does this water come from ? a pump that is collecting water at the end of the whole system ?

  • Jose Diaz 1 year ago

    one question how often do you turn off the watering or does it stay on 24/7 or do you decrease the amount of water at certain intervals? great fogger by the way.

  • gamblegambit 1 year ago

    seen em at lowes, in the sprinkler isle, its an "octopus" like 1 in, to 4-12 out

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  • commando0861 1 year ago

    Nutrified? hhahahahaha Oh and you have bugs.

  • jlhurley65 1 year ago

    I like your system and I am likely to reproduce it for my first system. 2 questions. 1. What angle do you have on your growing tubes? 2. could you accomplish the intended purpose of a fogger by integrating it directly into your growing tube? Let's say you drill your basket holes a little away from center, place the fogger in that center hole, notch the hole for wiring and cap it with a removable plug? Would that be work or is there a concept I am missing that would cause failure?