Added by on 2016-04-10

My first time making a video, as well as my first time trying the Dutch Bucket system inside my Harbor Freight Greenhouse. Great results, lots of fun. Special thanks to MHPgardener for the inspiration and great videos. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponics Dutch Bucket Breakdown & How-ToGrowing Tomatoes in a Trashcan – Dutch Bucket HydroponicsDutch Bucket Hydroponics SystemDutch Bucket Hydroponics – How It Works & How to Make Your Own BucketsHydroponic Greenhouse Project, Dutch bucket tomatoes, NFT Peppers and LettuceDWC Hydroponics Bucket DIY Build with a built in Drip System

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  • whaczup 4 years ago

    Excellent video and very helpful. I'm going to have nearly the exact same setup very soon! Just now starting you watch more about the Dutch buckets. Thanks!

  • Tim Miller 4 years ago

    Great video, thx. Exactly what I want to do in my back yard.

  • Silbaugh4liberty 4 years ago

    I dig the set up. I'm looking into buying a house in orange county and was looking for something like this because all the yards are small out here. I grew up in Ohio and it was common to have a garden that was like 30 yards by 50 yards. This looks like a nice setup for our urban living.

  • Olga d 4 years ago

    Hello. I like your set up. Do you have step by step video?

  • santos m martinez 4 years ago

    Just a coment, the water may help to develop fongus problems if you put it to close to the plant, I would put the water more than 3 or 4 inches away from bottom of plant.

  • alex burg 4 years ago

    nice system dude many people can learn alot from you even do you just begin the this project

  • trethehunter 4 years ago

    does your greenhouse leak at all

  • trethehunter 4 years ago

    I wish you would do another video just showing mods on your green house. so far, everything you have done. I have done to mine. And it really makes it sturdy.

  • trethehunter 4 years ago

    Did you use brackets on the end of that conduit or just flatten the ends and bend them?

  • George Adams 4 years ago

    Thats amazing!

  • phillip cyr 4 years ago

    Insane buddy!! Good Job!!

  • Goldstar 36 4 years ago

    Hi Brandon, what a great concept. In addition to your system check out Back to Eden- Paul Gautchi,  a free film that you can google. You can set up an above ground contained system in your yard using tree bark and perhaps a little soil.  Even though the back yard may be small, you can take up every sq. inch with growing things. Bookshelves, using your Dutch Buckets, and your fantastic irrigation system which appears to be self designed.  The water use is very minimal.  The guy that produced the film started a process which is above dirt farming in a contained sandbox type area  thirty years ago. The film is worth seeing, it will encourage you in your new gardening experiences.

  • Shane Temple 4 years ago

    I've been eyeing the Harbor Freight greenhouses but I wondered about their strength. In the summer we get squalls that occasionally gust over 40mph. It is good to learn they can be easily reinforced. I considered building a wooden railing around it also. 

  • Clorofila Verde 4 years ago

    hi Brandon, Iliked so much ir channel mate! I`m from Brazil (são paulo city) ! byee

  • Home Farm Ideas 4 years ago

    I'm working on an aquaponic (AP) system so if you want to see the videos connect on my channel. I think I have seen you at Home Depot:) Going to be working on a system like this but I want to run it through my AP system.

  • Home Farm Ideas 4 years ago

    Yo, i'm in HB bro! Check out my group on facebook. – NEW SUB HERE!

  • The Rowland's 4 years ago

    Nice grow room!

  • marcjtdc 4 years ago

    Why you trying to look all gangster with that hat and they way you speak? You look stupid.

  • myownruin187 4 years ago

    Awesome set up, congrats on a great job… Thank you for sharing.. Keep the videos coming.

  • Rick Marshall 4 years ago

    Great video Brandon. I appreciate all the information.