Added by on 2018-02-12

Learn how to build a hydroponic grow wall in todays video! We installed a Hydroponic Grow Wall inside our farm house this week! This grow wall is designed to grow 34 plants every 30 days. That means My family will be able to harvest salad greens and herbs year round from the system! This can save a family a lot of money over the years! The system is only about 0 in materials, and will pay for itself in just a few months. It is made of very simple materials, and took us half a day to install with help from Jonathan from Fairfield County Hydroponics – MATERIALS ( I am adding to this list of materials, stay tuned as I track down all the different parts…) BUILD IT PVC 4″ 10 ‘ – PVC Couplers (get 2 per Rail Pipes) – PVC Reducers 4″ to 2″ (get 2 per Rail Pipes) – PVC Reducers 2″ to 1″ (get 2 per Rail Pipes) - Net Pots – Grow Lights – 50 Gallon Drum – Vinyl Hose – Vinyl to PVC Coupler – Pump – GROW IT Rock Wool – Humidity Dome (for starting seeds) – Nutrient – Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living Walls17 Year Old Saving His Family Money and Running a Business with Hydroponic GardeningIndoor Gardening Year Round Edible Plants ~ Longevity SpinachLED Grow Shelf – Year Round Indoor Gardening and Springtime Seed StartingCreativity For Kids Craft, plant, water, GROW! This kit will put a smile on your face as it includes everything you need for year ’round gardeningDIY Aquaponics setup – Grow Indoor vegetables year round

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  • Nikolas Krause 1 week ago

    In my opinion, the idea of hydroponics does not fit with homesteading, heres why, hydroponics uses nutrient solutions wich are unsustainable to make, and the idea of homesteading is all about sustainability. Instead you can do aquaponics.

  • doodr 1 week ago

    This is a bad design. Mist systems are must better. Roots not need to be submerged, they just need to be moist and have nutrients. Great idea, but needs a lot of improvement. Also for $500 ARE YOU SERIOUS? The pvc and lights cost maybe $100 unless you buy from someone who is charging 200+% markup ….

  • Ellen Bloomfield 1 week ago

    What are you planning on growing?

  • Nu B 1 week ago

    That's his 3rd appearance on your channel.

  • metsbp 1 week ago

    What do you plan to plant? Also, do you put soil in the net pots?

  • Curt Alford 1 week ago

    Love the fact that your kids were involved in the build!

  • Sam0nGame 1 week ago

    That's good stuff! Will you be posting an update video on what you are growing???

  • Kip Smyth 1 week ago

    are your grow pipes level or slightly slanted?

  • Kip Smyth 1 week ago

    Hi y'all. We just subed because we are in the family milk cow-laboration with you and want to support your channel.

  • Lois Wilson 1 week ago

    Awesome. What water did you use?

  • Michael Hubbard 1 week ago

    Oh all I could see is the danger from leeks right on top that switch ☹️ love hydroponics used it for years but please move that lower pipe down 4" away from the switch

  • Rick Mitchell 1 week ago

    Do you put anything into the water?

  • Remote Tactical 1 week ago

    Really cool setup. What all will you be growing?

  • Grizzly Steve 1 week ago

    how do you stop the moisture from getting into your electric system, where the switches are at and the outlet below, along with mold.

  • Roxanne Davis 1 week ago

    Would this work in a basement? Our basement is not heated or cooled. We are in Tennessee.

  • Ark Survivor 1 week ago

    How to the plants get their nutrients?

  • Julie Kooiker 1 week ago

    The cool thing about growing inside in winter is it gives one a little hope and eases depression

  • Julie Kooiker 1 week ago

    Jonathan! What a great system!

  • Julie Kooiker 1 week ago

    My favorite video so far in 2018! This brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!