Added by on 2019-11-02

Grow like a pro with High Pressure Aeroponics. The spray is so fine that it literally floats in the air! Not only does the TreeFrog by Multiponics offer an all-in-one, convertible hydroponics system, but it also offers the absolute best aeroponics solution available in the marketplace today! Multiple pump options. Up to 160 PSI outlet pressure. Plus the ability to change your growing style to fit ANY crop. Check us out at MULTIPONICS.COM DIY HIgh Pressure Aeroponics Kit https://multiponics.biz/products/diy-high-pressure-aeroponics-kit-8800 Build your own Aeroponic System Kit https://multiponics.biz/collections/advanced-aeroponic-equipment/products/copy-of-build-your-own-aeroponic-system-kit-8800-pump Advanced HPA Kit https://multiponics.biz/collections/advanced-aeroponic-equipment/products/advanced-hpa-kit Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsFinal Kickstarter Update, 2.0 Version of Art Garden, NEW High Pressure Aeroponics & Thermal JacketDubai TV D I Y High pressure Aeroponics system Universidad Dr Ehisten Godoy PachecoDIY High pressure Aeroponics system grow tower fully functioning.High Pressure Aeroponics System Components ExplainedHigh Pressure AeroponicsEarly Testing of the High Pressure Aeroponics System

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20 Comments

  • ChevyVoltarian 2 weeks ago

    vinegar will clean the heads better…IMO 🙂

  • Jordan Bowers 2 weeks ago

    THIS COMPANY IS A JOKE. NEED PROOF? ALRIGHTY THEN. TRY AND CALL THE NUMBER ON THEIR SITE. I ASSURE YOU NO ONE WILL ANSWER. I TRIED ORDERING FROM THEM AND THANK GOD I WENT THROUGH AMAZON PAYMENT BECAUSE I WOULD HAVE TO HAVE CALLED MY BANK TO GET MY MONEY BACK. WAITED FOR A MONTH AND A WEEK…. NOTHING CANCELLED MY ORDER. COMPANY IS A FUCKING JOKE

  • deusizrwild 2 weeks ago

    these guys are in federal court for fraud

  • heidbrain 2 weeks ago

    this came up on a search for tree frogs

  • Nick Kallechy 2 weeks ago

    This system looks awesome! I had a question about a custom setup though.

    I intend to use this system with 4 large size plants (roots large enough to fill a 15L bucket), but they will all require different feed concentrations. Is it possible to hook a single pump up with a 4 way solenoid to individual accumulator tanks and mix the nutrients into each that way? That way I don't have to daisy chain all the spray heads and have them feeding the same feed water at the same time? (and could potentially use 1 pump for several groups of 6-10 nozzles? one at a time basically)  

    Opening and closing of solenoids to the different routes will be handled by computer control so I am not worried about cnc. I am just wondering if this is possible + if you maybe have some suggestions or a better way to do this.

    Much appreciated!

  • Chounthavong Bounliep 2 weeks ago

    For  ONE complete set cost?

  • Joe Villa 2 weeks ago

    Don't use bleach to sterilize and clean the parts. Use 35% Hydrogen Peroxide (not the stuff you get at the drug store) Dilute it down…. about 3 ml/gallon of water. Bleach leaves a residue….. Hydrogen Peroxide breaks down and releases oxygen which the plants need anyway.

  • justgivemethetruth 2 weeks ago

    What do you recommend for a duty cycle … and what kind of timer can you recommend to buy to get that on/off cycle timing?

  • justgivemethetruth 2 weeks ago

    That mist is really nice thought too … wow!

  • justgivemethetruth 2 weeks ago

    Those push-fitting are really expensive … just about any other alternative would be significantly cheaper.  That stuff is a rip-off.

  • Shatterrize 2 weeks ago

    This basically does fogponics with pressure instead of sound ? (i know its aero-)

  • steveholtz420 2 weeks ago

    Bueller?

  • TreeFrog Multiponics 2 weeks ago

    @seveholtz420 There's a lot going on in those pressurized lines, after being in a tub of nutrients, sucked through a filter and pressurized to over 100 psi.. Then, driven through high pressure tubing, fittings, nozzles, and sometimes even pressure tanks. Imagine a water droplet taking this journey and finally….! 30-80 microns still seem like a big sway? the reason we call it a sweet spot is because NASA has determined 50 microns to be ideal.

  • steveholtz420 2 weeks ago

    30-80 is a pretty big sway. Any clarity on this "sweet spot"?

  • TreeFrog Multiponics 2 weeks ago

    DIY HPA Kits just $250 and TreeFrogs starting at just $399! multiponicsdotcom/shop

  • TreeFrog Multiponics 2 weeks ago

    Thanks for the questions. Our spread is about 30-80 microns and we use what we feel to be the optimal nozzles to achieve this HPA "sweet spot" micron range at 80+ psi.

  • TreeFrog Multiponics 2 weeks ago

    @jnelson5446
    There has been tons of debate on this in our offices, at shows, and with our consulting clients. Someone needs to do a real scientific analysis on HPA. Our systems were designed for reaserch. Perhaps a University would like to do a double blind research project where the only variable is the irrigation method. You could set two systems side by side configured to different styles. The best yield I have ever seen was from River Current. But was that the grower? Phenotype? Nutes? IDK

  • TreeFrog Multiponics 2 weeks ago

    @jnelson5446
    Thanks for the question!
    We typically see increased vegetative growth from the time the plants are "hardened in" and roots are beginning to grow, all the way through the end of a flowering cycle. With HPA it seems like the plants never stop growing. We're not sure if these results are unique to our system, or just reflect the nature of HPA growing. We have seen other information which seems to indicate continual vegetative growth is a by-product of most HPA systems. Incl. TreeFrogs

  • TreeFrog Multiponics 2 weeks ago

    Please see our other HPA videos documenting true aeroponic root development in the TreeFrog all-in-one, convertible hydro/aero system.

  • TreeFrog Multiponics 2 weeks ago

    @mrflamboynt
    NASA thinks HPA is the best method FOR SPACE! When you pay $10K- lb for launching water, HPA is the best way. There is no gravity in space. So no NFT is possible. Our system is designed to keep your plants happy through harvest on Earth. How many people do you know that have grown in space? We don't know any. But we have met thousands of growers here on Earth. We don't dispute that HPA is a cool way to grow. We just say that it's not the ONLY way to grow. Geek=Tech, not insulting