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6ftX8ft hydroponic greenhouse. You can grow a lot of produce inside a small greenhouse like this using hydroponics. Clips & pics from this summer. DWC -Deep Water culture- 5 gallon buckets. Related PostsHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesKratky Method-DWC-Compost Tea Hydroponics #5 Hydroponic TomatoesGrowing Tomatoes and Chilli Plants in A Simple Hydroponics – Hydroponic Wick SystemGrowing A Vegetable Garden In Ontario, Canada 2014Growing Tomatoes In Greenhouses – Hanging Basket TomatoesVivigrow Hydroponic Planter – Growing Tomatoes

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  • Enrique Goitia 11 months ago

    hey afg, I have a single rack greenhouse with clear plastic cover and last summer I cooked my plants one day, it reaches 50c, but how and what is the use of it then if its too hot

  • South Georgia Hydroponics 11 months ago

    Hey Brother.  New Sub from Savannah GA.  Growing outdoor hydroponic tomatoes down here.  Enjoying your videos.

  • LearningDaily 11 months ago

    wow tomatoes in Mellon sizes lol. nice video thanks

  • Patrick Meehan 11 months ago

    Thats a lot of Tomatoes in such a small greehouse . Great Video I enjoyed it.I have subscribed to your channel and I liked what I saw. I invite you to visit my garden videos .If you like what you see please subscribe. Best Wishes, Patrick

  • Abdul Tuwaijri 11 months ago

    Buddy: I like to know the nutrient that you are using and how much to use?

  • Miguel correa ortiz 11 months ago

    I'll start with tomatoes and lettuce and broccoli then

  • Miguel correa ortiz 11 months ago

    want if you can tell me that food use will not get started and to buy saw something maxigro wonder why.

  • Miguel correa ortiz 11 months ago

    well I'll start .pregunta happened to matte dried tomatoes
    acuerdate I was ugly I am beginner'm from PR

  • mediamaker2000 11 months ago

    You're right, that is a lot of tomatoes etc in a 6×8 foot greenhouse! Well done Larry! Beautiful tomatoes!

  • Rob Bob's Backyard Farming 11 months ago

    Some great looking fruit there Larry.. Good to see you got a decent harvest before the pest moved in mate.. 
    Cheers mate.. 

  • luis villalta 11 months ago

    I see a lotta tomatoes  and congrats is such a production, but i was hoping to see how u did it? u know, all u see here is tomatoes, ,GB!!

  • Brock Hughes 11 months ago

    Eh Larry 🙂 you are very welcome bro 🙂  Wow that Davidson was a nice looking tomato eh? Excellent video Larry start to finish!

  • Brock Hughes 11 months ago

    Eh Larry 🙂 you are very welcome and I'm happy you had such great success bro. Wow those Davidson's are an amazing looking tomato! how did it all taste 🙂 excellent video bro 🙂 Thumbs up! :)

  • Ed Smith 11 months ago

    A very nice crop of tomatoes. Do you save seeds?
    Thank you for the video.

  • FesterWerks 11 months ago

    Everything looks great!  I probably averaged a little over 1k PPM, but I'd start the morning with about 1500 and when I got home from work I'd be down to ~750.  That's 80 plants though.  Great work, Larry!

  • Garden4Flavor 11 months ago

    Where did u get your 6×8 greenhouse? Was it big enuf for you? Have u tried growing tomatoes in a closed Kratky system or do you use only DWC? Have u ever tried growing tomatoes year round? I'm in SoCalif and love cherry tomatoes thot I'd try year round in maybe a greenhouse perhaps like yours. What are your thots?

  • 122yolo34566 11 months ago

    Can you plant rasberries in october and do they need to be brouht inside at night or can they deal with the cold weather…?

  • Mike Masztal 11 months ago

    NIce 'maters!  Question.  When you say you are running your ppm at 1000, is that referring only to your total nutes or are you meaning tds of everything?

  • C3 Voyage 11 months ago

    I'll second Brock's 1000 ppm.  I ran mine at 950-1000 the whole season and everything did well at that ppm.  Of course, to be fair, I didn't go above that but a couple times briefly.  How can I get some Davidson tomato seed?  Is it on the market?  I know you love your gh.  I sure do!  Take care buddy.  Brent