Grow Lights for Indoor Farming / DIY Hydroponics
Brad from Hidden Harvest Grow Lights gave me a few lights. I am trying them out. He did not pay me for this, this is not a sponsored ad. I am excited to try these lights out and share my experience with all of you. This is not a side by side comparison. This is simply my opinion as to how they compare to other lighting I have used in the past. If anyone is interested in these or need more info please contact brad at
Hidden Harvest Grow Lights:

EBook shows how to grow with non circulating hydroponics:

Hydroponic nutrients and other hard to find supplies:

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Grow Lights for Indoor Farming / DIY Hydroponics

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  • CB's Greenhouse and Garden

    Love those lights buddy! They seem to be working really well for ya. That was like flip a switch and BAM they shot up like a rocket. Awesome video my friend. Keep up the good work and hope you have a great week!

  • Art 'tis Fun

    So excited about the results that I want to go ahead and extend the indoor greenhouse and grow more…lol.

  • Quirt Evans

    I have to give a nod to Brad at HHGL. Before they were available for purchase I called Brad to get more info and he talked with me for 20 minutes on the phone. I was a guy buying 2 lights and he took the time to chat with me and answer any questions I had. This is the kind of fella you would want for a neighbor. P.S. So Mike, now you can grow kangkong indoors! I won't tell if you don't. All hail King Kangkong!

  • Big E.

    Interesting looking lights. I'll be looking into them instead of more Chinese built ones.
    Yesterday, I was walking through Wally World, and spotted a 20 pound bag of sunflower seeds. I started wondering if they would sprout. So now I'm doing an experiment. I am soaking a handful in a jar to see what happens. If they sprout, I have plans. If they don't sprout, I will feed them to my ducks. Either way they will get eaten.

  • Joe Pacholik

    From what I've learned from watching your channel, I actually enjoy growing micro greens now. They pretty much grow themselves. Thanks.

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