Growing easy hydroponic lettuce up a wall. This is an update to the lettuce we planted out a little over a week ago. I have not done anything to it, just set it and forget it. No watering yet. No weeding, no tilling. Tomatoes coming next week!! Yaaaaa!

Easy DIY Hydroponic Systems

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Easy Hydroponic Lettuce / Easy DIY Hydroponics Systems/Vertical Lettuce Growing /Urban Garden

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18 Comments

  • MTPatriot1787
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    I just came across your channel and videos tonight while taking a break from work. When I got done with work I sat down for a good little binge session while winding down. I really like and appreciate your relaxed and REAL method of relating to people and the message you bring forward through the passion of growing food. I have always loved to garden, but got away from it for awhile and last fall I started to stock up and do some small scale hydro planting and growing of herbs and such this winter to keep me sane. lol It's amazing what it will do for those of us up north that love the warm weather but are only blessed with it about a 1/3 of a year. I have to say I am jealous of the Florida hardiness zone for trees and the year round growing.

    I think I am going to have to travel to find any vinyl downspouts to make hydro beds, as we don't seem to have them around here in MT. Fantastic idea BTW! I also loved the pool noodle idea. I am not sure what I will do with this big ol' bag of hydroton I have here…maybe it will be used for some larger tomato or pepper plants to help anchor them in.

    I look forward to working my way through your videos to get me caught up on all of the different methods used and the experiences you have learned on your journey. Keep up the great work!

  • GraeMatterz
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    Hey Mike, Good to see your videos again (for some reason you weren't showing up on my feed so I unrang and rang the bell a couple times to see if that fixed it and now see you). I'm in Oregon (Willamette Valley) and we're still having sub-freezing temps at night. I'm getting antsy to start growing again on the stair-step vertical stand I built last year. (Remember me telling you about that?) I want to start my own from seeds this year, but not sure when to start them in order to transfer them out when it stops getting that low at night. I'm planning on mostly lettuces to start (and maybe some choy 😉 ). Any suggestions?

  • Matt Garver
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    Nice to see tomatoes coming along. Being able to grow greens and juice them for nutrition is great, and it would be better to grow other foods that could sustain a complete meal plan for homeowners. Keep those ideas coming along Mike.

  • HMallory1
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    hi Mike I checked to see if you had any videos on growing strawberries with the Kratky method , do you have any suggestions?

  • skylar brooks
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    I love to see how beautiful your veggies grow. i'm excited for you & your family because you help people by inspiring & teaching them.

  • Sean Ryan
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    Thanks Mike you've been a big inspiration for me I really enjoy your positive message! watching from Orlando…

  • martysgarden
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    Always great to see your garden in full swing Mike lots of food to harvest,,fresh is best.
    Happy Gardening
    Marty Ware

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