Added by on 2016-08-06

Here is where I got this idea: YouTube Video: Materials I used: – (1) 5 gallon food grade bucket from Lowes – .97 – (1) 5 gallon bucket lid from Lowes – .18 – (1) 1/2″ X 12″ cut-off threaded poly riser – Less than – (1) Tube to half inch adapter at Lowes – Less than – (1) Male/Female 1/2” coupling – Less than – (1) 360 degree 1/2” plastic head threaded sprinkler head – Less than – (1) 158 gallon per hour water pump (EcoPlus 185) – -16 — – (1) Electrical timer from The Goodwill – .99 – (7) 3” net pots from local hydro store – .35 each. — (These may differ from mine) – (7) 3” neoprene (foam) lids from local hydro store – each. Related PostsEasiest Cheap DIY Trellis Ever! For Beans, Cucumbers, Squash, and More.The EASIEST Indoor Gardening Project EVER!!!| Lentil, Pea, and Mustard Microgreens | 7 Days or LESSthe Best 5 Gallon Bucket Aeroponics The easiest aeroponics system to build Full Class HD tutorialMake Easy Homemade Aeroponics System With 4 Simple Steps- Gardening TipsHow to make an inexpensive low-pressure aeroponics systemHow To Build Aeroponic Cloner 35 Sites to Root/Grow/Propagate Plant Cuttings DIY

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  • The Laidback Biker 1 year ago

    That is a nice setup. I like the fact that your "reservoir" is actually the bucket itself rather than a big tub sitting off to the side with all the piping. This is a very nice setup for those who want to grow indoors or those with limited space, like on a balcony or porch. Thanks for sharing.

  • alex miranda 1 year ago

    can I make one just to grow a (1) plant from start to finish?

  • martysgarden 1 year ago

    Simple system, it's wonderful to see how to the future unfolds all these new grow systems.
    Cool video,,thanks mate
    Marty Ware (Australian Micro Farmer)

  • Phillip Moriss 1 year ago

    Can someone explain the whole "clone" thing?

  • David Edlund 1 year ago

    you need air to lift the nute soln', not a pump. Look into dewey mister design. air wont change the temp of solution like a pump will.

  • tony d 1 year ago

    how long do you water each growling ? like to you leave the pump on 24/7 ?

  • DrDangerPuppy 1 year ago

    Can you provide details on the sprinkler head? I'm using a lawn & garden head and it doesn't seem to get all my 6 sites wet. To test it, I put a little piece of toilet paper in each net pot. 2 of 6 got soaked, the other 4 were barely moist. Not sure why it's not hitting all 6. Thank you

  • Craig Mulholland 1 year ago

    do not use a drill in reverse to cut holes..just get a bit with finer teeth. it's cheaper than replacing the drill.

  • Whats wrong with not using food grade is it the bpa?

  • Daniel Stack daddy Lamb 1 year ago

    Does the stem of the clones needs to be sumerge under the water?

  • Julian Harig 1 year ago

    Does this pump make a noise?
    Do you think this would work with a smaller pump?

  • Andrew Stang-Green 1 year ago

    What kind of nutrients for this?

  • Snuffy Dawg 1 year ago

    where did you get sprinkler head

  • zapowee 1 year ago

    Great Thanks

  • Kapok6 1 year ago

    Garden Pool has a LOT of good vids/info.

  • New Eyez 1 year ago

    also i would suggest getting a darker color lid white might possibly promote algae growth

  • Kathie Bishop 1 year ago

    where did you buy the pump?

  • St8kout 1 year ago

    It should be pointed out that pvc plumbing parts ARE perfectly food-safe. It's only during manufacture or incineration of pvc that harmful toxins are released. The finished product is fine for plumbing of drinking water and such in your home. You DO however want to run away from it if it's in a fire, so don't ever try to burn scrap pieces, or even most plastics for that matter anyway.

  • SteveHovland 1 year ago

    a cheap tripod will improve your quality

  • Matt Tottleben 1 year ago

    Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant!