Added by on 2017-06-27

A quick update on how my Washington Navel Orange tree that I have growing in Coco Coir. Hand watered hydroponics. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesAn experiment at growing Onions hydroponically (and a peek at a lemon tree) ~ Republic HydroponicsGrowing Indoors Part 7 HydroponicsHow to Make a Vertical Growing Tower for Aquaponics or Hydroponics: Part 2How to set up an Ebb and Flow / Flood and Drain Hydroponics Growing System – PART 1 of 6The Indoor Garden grows….now includings tomatoes and dwarf orange trees

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  • IAMGiftbearer 4 months ago

    Was this transplanted to water or were you considering coco coir hydroponic? Those little oranges on the plant were so cool! I don't know why your wife didn't want it in the house. It's so pretty to look at!

  • HEAVY_METAL_KING 4 months ago

    this is not a hydroponic system

  • DragonflyArtz1 4 months ago

    Are you using hydroponic nutrients designed for veggies? Wouldn''t fruit trees require a much different set of nutrients? I would love to try this myself! But I am still in the process of researching, with next to nothing to go on. I'm wondering if there is a reason fruit trees are not popular for hydroponics…? Perhaps we just haven't gotten there yet.

  • SaltOfTheEarth07 4 months ago

    What did you use for the nutrient solution? And how much per gallon of water?

  • Enrique Goitia 4 months ago

    hey larry, I have calamondin here in Mallorca Spain, winter is 10-15c usually, but it's in soil, I want to buy another one to try a coco coir grow with a wick system, you think it would work

  • 22justus24U 4 months ago

    Nay! NAY! They can grow rapidly if they are receiving good nutrition and moisture. My container grown trees can have growth spurts of three feet or more in just a couple weeks!
    The new growth will be sappy and may need support until it hardens off in a few weeks. April 1st and my citrus are profusely blooming. I have moved them into the yard from out of the greenhouse. Citrus love epsom salt. If the leaves begin yellowing from nutrients being leached out by watering, I just toss a couple tablespoons into the pot and water in. They will green up in no time.

  • Rob Bob's Backyard Farming & Aquaponics 4 months ago

    Nice one Larry 🙂 Love the citrus flowers..

    Cheers mate..

  • mediamaker2000 4 months ago

    That's awesome Larry. Even if you don't get a bunch of oranges yet that tree covered in flowers looks really cool! I give this video a green orange thumbs up! 😉

  • MR GARDEN PROJECTS 4 months ago

    Great video. I've subscribed to your channel. Thanks for sharing.

  • nery colon 1 4 months ago

    That is some beautiful flowers. I would be so excited if my tangerine would start giving flowers. Cant wait to see to see the orange big and ready to eat. Love and Subbed. 

  • Dicofole 4 months ago

    Most probably you had a pollination problem for so many fruits to fall, you should hand pollinate just to increase the fruit production.

  • Go To Hydroponics 4 months ago

    Check out my hydroponic set up I finally got the chance to put a video up on YouTube  learned a lot of tips from you guys!

  • The Little Whitehouse 4 months ago

    Well Christmas is just over so maybe you can sneak it in now.  Look forward to seeing more of that.

  • Patrick Meehan 4 months ago

    That's fantastic to see that you are growing an Orange tree. I look forward to following your  videos .

  • Indoor Hydroponix 4 months ago

    Wait until the spring Larry! That thing is going to be booming! Good stuff!

  • Brock Hughes 4 months ago

    Beautiful orange tree Larry. Super nice little blossoms eh bro?  Merry Christmas Bro!

  • FesterWerks 4 months ago

    That's some cool stuff right there.  Hope that big one ripens up.  Nice looking little tree too.

  • Hort Hydro 4 months ago

    Thanks for the video,that was cool:)

  • SSLFamilyDad 4 months ago

    Very cool, we just bought one this summer and have it inside now (Michigan). Same thing happened with ours, lots of flowers and it looked like they were turning to oranges but then all fell off. Thanks for the sharing this.

  • Jim Conner 4 months ago

    Very cool Larry – That's one nice looking orange. Cheers!!