Added by on 2018-08-14

Easy DIY Hydroponics. Kick the habit of traditional hydroponics which can be quite costly for the beginner. Today I show you how to start growing your own microgreens, herbs and leafy greens with out having to spend a lot of money on things like rockwool, clay pebbles, net cups, etc. Everyone should be able to grow their own food, not just the people who can afford it. this is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to do just that. Please share this with someone who this may help. Thanks much! To my #TWTRFAM : This is my weekly garden video. I will be doing an update on the TWTRFAM progress in a few days, sub and set notifications to get notified or let me know if you would like me to DM you on Twitter each time I post. Peace and Love. Big things coming! EBook shows how to do this and many other exciting projects: https://www.etsy.com/listing/615008659/keep-on-growin-ebook?ref=listing_published_alert Masterblend Tomato & Vegetable Fertilizer COMBO Kit 2.5lbs http://amzn.to/2GSMHfE or http://amzn.to/2Btt1yq The Hydroponic 5″ x 5″ grow pad : http://amzn.to/2l5S0kw A better buy if you do not mind cutting down the sheets or if you wish to do a larger container is the 10″ x 20″ pack of 10 : http://amzn.to/2m43Z1u Setup seen in my other video: 5 gallon net cup lid : http://amzn.to/2jLo75o Complete setup with air pump: http://amzn.to/2igNR9n Music: Shine by Aaron Sprinkle Euphoria by Valdi Sabev Paper Airplanes by Cody Martin All available on www.soundstripe.com Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodDIY DWC Hydroponics – Cheap and easy deep water culture hydroponic spinach gardenIDIOT PROOF GUIDE TO HYDROPONICS – EASY AND CHEAP $$$$$ GROW VEGETABLES AND HERBSMason Jar Hydroponics! (cheap easy DIY)Organic Hydroponic Lettuce Cheap and Easy Kratky Hydroponics Anyone […]

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17 Comments

  • Mustafa Taibani 1 month ago

    Hi Mike great job very nice video, Mike can you please show how to make that solution you put in the pot. Thanks and regards

  • Charity McGowen 1 month ago

    How often do you change water, or check the water?

  • Charles L. 1 month ago

    I don't know why you stopped it. That was intense! Nerd rage!!

  • Cathy King 1 month ago

    what is the white container that holds the water? a gutter?

  • sai gon aquaponics 1 month ago

    video is very helpfull. and this is my aquaponics you can see at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVlXBI9gbE8

  • Roy Emanuell Pajela 1 month ago

    Does the rain sip in the NatSol container?

  • Jhavard Jonas 1 month ago

    Hi,
    What's your down spout hole diameter (1 – 7/8"?) vs the noodle diameter (usually 2 – 3/8"?).
    Additionally, would the same technique of using 2-3 seedling per hole work, until sufficiently big enough (root size) to be transplanted into their individual holes?

    Appreciate the feedback if you can, as I am setting up my own system in the Caribbean where I live.
    Regards. 🙂

  • soupsnake 1 month ago

    Where do you get the long skinny planter thing

  • James Hedges 1 month ago

    Not criticizing. I am really enjoying your videos and ingenuity. But do you ever get concerned about using non food grade plastics with your setups? There seems to be a lot of conflicting info about it. Thanks.

  • GraeMatterz 1 month ago

    What a great idea. I stumbled on your videos while looking for ideas for planters to put on a set of stair risers a neighbor gave me that I want to repurpose. I was planning on building wood window boxes. I'm going to do this instead! So much cheaper and I wanted to grow greens in them anyway so this will fit in my plan. I love the look of the modified downspouts with the tapered end and the fluted sides. They look like designer planters from a little distance. It's not until you are right up on them that you can tell they are downspouts. What length are the 5 hole ones you have here? Are these the remnant ends of the 8' ones you did to fit your railing (2')?

  • gary houston 1 month ago

    You are a smart guy!

  • Andy Wale 1 month ago

    `This looks so easyy even I could do it with my two black thumbs… Thaaks for this 🙂

  • Tiffany T 1 month ago

    Great as always

  • Southpaw Davey urban farm. 1 month ago

    Like it 😉

  • crilly HD 1 month ago

    Thanks for checking out my channel! You have two subs until 1,000! I just subbed to you 😀

  • shameedify 1 month ago

    Hi Mike,
    Great videos. I am just starting with hydroponics. Quick question for you. When you take a new seedling and surround it with the pool noodle, you use the cut out piece to hold it in the middle, does it not suffocate and restrict the growth of the seedling as it grows into the plant. Or it is strong enough to push itself through the surrounding pool noodle?

  • Tara Lloyd 1 month ago

    Hey Mike! Do you grow your chard the same way? I want to get some chard going and don't know how much chard to put per nutrient solution? I read the general rule of thumb is one plant per gallon. I have a few 2 gallon buckets that I would like to use for them. Thanks man! Keep up the good work!=)