NOTE: The following documentary depicts legal cannabis horticulture within the state of California under the Adult Use of Marijuana Act. This video is for documentary purposes and has been age-restricted as the contents are intended for adults over the age of 21. Cannabis may or may not be legal in your state or county and we here at Weed In a Pot do not condone any illegal activities.

Comparing the pros and cons of each of the most common hydroponic systems to give you a better idea of which system might be right for you. The hydroponic systems covered are: deep water culture, kratky, wick, aeroponics, nutrient film technique, bato bucket, ebb and flow, and drip. Looking for more detials on how to grow with any of these hydroponic systems? Check out our previous videos where we cover each of these hydroponic systems.

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Comparing the Different Hydroponic Systems for Growing Cannabis

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  • Savage Historian
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    Enough with this wick fetish of yours… IF you wanna blow up as a channel, do a seed to harvest coco grow, weekly update, with canna coco + additives, that's what 70% of us people here run .. and enough with the Kratky also, we ain't flower power hippies.

  • Juveniles stylez 420
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    Hey man great video I recently did my 420 sub special I smoked a 4.20 g blunt in 14 mins and I made cannabutter and brownies I got tons of stain shatter hash moonrock reviews u may like to

  • Cody Dietrich
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    Absolutely love the fogponics idea! What about using a separate chamber for the atomizer? And just feeding the five gallon bucket with mist? Do you think that you could grow an entire marijuana plant cycle with just the Mist? If so could you do a little experiment?? Mix up some nutrient water and check it with a TDS metre then check the pH. Run the atomizer and capture the Mist via a fan and a hole in the side of the container. I'm curious to see how much nutrient is carried through the mist and if the pH of the water changes at all?

  • Dominic MacCuaig
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    Too much work. Lol. I like my amended soil and distilled water for the first month. Then feeding bloom in the 2nd month. **Auto**

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