Added by on 2015-08-26

In This video I show the various CFL Grow Lights that I have used the past few years and compare. They are all from local stores such as Menards and Home Depot. I mention the prices and light output for each. I also show hydroponic tomatoes that are a little over 2 weeks old. The largest bulb I show is the maximum length that the fixture can hnadle that I built in a previous video. My work in progress: Buy your veggie seeds now guys. It’s cheap insurance. The stuff on the store shelves may not always be there. Video Rating: / 5 Subscribe to my other Channel! Related PostsIndoor Gardening Kit Hydroponics Growing System Kit w/LED Plant Grow Light f…Indoor gardening for beginners / Easy DIY Hydroponics / Easy hydroponic grow tentBest Indoor Gardening Hack – Grow Light TimersSetting up the Garland Micro Grow Light Indoor Hydroponics UnitGROW LIGHTS HYDROPONICS CHARLOTTE North Carolina HTGSupply Indoor Gardening Supply10 Best Growing Light Bulbs [2018 Best Sellers] | Indoor Gardening & Hydroponics

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  • SuperBigEv 5 years ago

    Why even bother with cfl? 150w hid all in one systems can be had for 60$ and they wayy more efficient with growing ?

  • Kaleb ruger 5 years ago

    lol you said " it last for 10,000 years" when I says 10,000 hours.?

  • Mike Bell 5 years ago

    That's aeroponics or Dwc not hydroponics?

  • Maria Lagarin 5 years ago

    You may save a lot of money building hydroponics on your own instead of buying it.?

  • nick cherwinsk 5 years ago

    ur voiding ur warrenty if u hang ur bulbs like that.. support the glob wit something?

  • benjah4eva 5 years ago

    IT'S 10 000 HOURS NOT YEARS?

  • Brian Kirk 5 years ago

    grow light using CFL bulbs

  • seyha seyha 5 years ago

    Thanks for video. I am very new with in house growing. I just wonder is that worst money spend on everything and just buy from store??

  • Mrrildom Kush 5 years ago

    Your not growing any "herbs"? ;D?

  • troy holeman 5 years ago

    Hours not years. I've heard of dyslexia but that's just stupid.?

  • 2reasons 5 years ago

    whats the difference in electricity between the 85w & 23w?

  • propertyservices1 5 years ago

    Thats one hell of a life on those bulbs…10000 yrs …?

  • John Smith 5 years ago

    that's a damn good bulb to last 10,000 years..haha?

  • arbornomics 5 years ago

    It'd be interesting to hear the side-by-side cost that each light has.?

  • crimpthe3rd 5 years ago

    i hope you mean tomato HAZE… and radish KUSH….?

  • gert jan 5 years ago


  • Kathi W 5 years ago

    So which one do you recommend the most for us beginners that are killing our plants? :)?

  • Ray S 5 years ago

    If you wanna grow tomatoes then find out what people use to grow marijuana and use that on your tomatoes since they both require the same things to grow.?

  • Cliff Vales 5 years ago

    Wow for Tomatoes. Just plant em outside man….?

  • J3TPILOT1991 5 years ago

    10,000 hours btw. Also they NEVER last that long. I am sure that I've never had a CFL last more then a couple hundred hours. Especially the bayonet type (damn bayonet pins snap off), and on all the damn glass cracks for no reason other then getting worn out.?

  • Janet Ludvik 5 years ago

    Thanks for the tips on lighting!?

  • Carlos Pereira 5 years ago

    I am growing in soil, i have less light, just have a really basic set up that didn't really cost me anything because i already had bought the light before for $89, and won a smaller t5 grow light before, and i am doing so much better than your hydroponics.?

  • Sheds Direct Manchester 5 years ago

    Isn't it expensive or difficult to grow a garden in hydroponics system? I really don't have a courage to create like this but you inspired me a lot. Your ideas are very challenging and I can't wait to see my own set up the soonest. Let me share this post!

  • Indoor Harvest Gardens 5 years ago

    For this setup it is a 4-way pump

  • Indoor Harvest Gardens 5 years ago

    I sell them on my website, complete system…link is in the description if you want to check it out ;)-

  • cmoran80 5 years ago

    Where do you buy your bus tubs?

  • SmehrE 5 years ago

    when you plant your peach tree, you can try fan-training. It is a series of pruning and tying of branches flat against a wall or fence. Golden jubilee or reliance are good varieties in colder regions.

  • Indoor Harvest Gardens 5 years ago

    I just top them up ;)-

  • Brandon Mitchell 5 years ago

    Do you completely change you're water/nutrients on a schedule, or just top up you're totes whenever necessary?

  • Indoor Harvest Gardens 5 years ago

    I usually try to do them manually unless I plant a whole row or two of the same variety. But if they are close together they can be easily crossed.

  • Paul C 5 years ago

    Hey, your videos made me want to grow peppers so I started to grow a lot of different varieties of them. Do you have any suggestions on how to pollinate the peppers with the same variety so that their seeds make the same generation off spring? I'm worried that all the different varieties will cross pollinate so I will have to buy new seeds every year. Thanks in advance!

  • Michael OBrien 5 years ago

    Like this idea since the making of rock wool is toxic.

  • Michael OBrien 5 years ago

    Very cool set up … Where in Michigan are you? I'm in Traverse City and currently working on moving my set up out doors. Michael

  • groovesme 5 years ago

    Yeah we use it outside, but on Hydro is it effective to deal with say fungus gnat which seems to be our biggest pest.

  • Indoor Harvest Gardens 5 years ago

    You can spread it on your garden and it will kill small bugs.

  • Indoor Harvest Gardens 5 years ago

    Great! I am glad you enjoyed it and I have many viewers that have made it their own ;)-

  • nery colon 1 5 years ago

    Hey. Thanks for thinking about the disable. I really appreciate it. I'm in a wheelchair and I also show the disable that they can do gardening too. I have a cement raised bed that go to my height and it is very easy to handle. Love your setup. They are looking great can't wait to see more updates. God bless

  • Indoor Harvest Gardens 5 years ago

    Worked like a charm, thanks ;)-

  • Indoor Harvest Gardens 5 years ago

    The 50/50 hydrogen peroxide and water worked within one day.

  • Indoor Harvest Gardens 5 years ago

    I grow what I eat, and mostly experimental until I nail the process and can do it more affordable and much higher quality than what you can buy in the store. Thanks for watching ;)-