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How to build an aeroponic cloner Video Rating: / 5 An Amish man built an aeroponic greenhouse at a Lancaster retirement community and now, food is growing “out of thin air.” Aeroponics is the process of growing plants in an air or mist environment without the use of soil or an aggregate medium. Subscribe to WGAL on YouTube for more: http://bit.ly/1lIwU2e Get more Susquehanna Valley news: http://www.wgal.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wgal8 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WGAL Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wgal Related PostsHow To Build Aeroponic Cloner 35 Sites to Root/Grow/Propagate Plant Cuttings DIYHomemade Aeroponic ClonerHydroponics How To: How To Build an Aeroponic Growing SystemBuild a Aeroponic Fogger for your hydroponic systemGeothermal Aeroponic Horizontal Garden – Do it yourself build to grow your own food.Build Your Own Aeroponic System

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17 Comments

  • Yoann Kane 1 year ago

    what is the strength of the pump? able gph

  • Steven Smallwood 1 year ago

    I'm finding that the threading accepted on the pump is not 1/2 inch. What pump did you use?

  • Stephanie Wallace 1 year ago

    thanks i juat made one today & i cant wait to try it out

  • cyberhavic 1 year ago

    I'm pretty sure the artist is Teen Daze but I cannot remember song name lol

  • cyberhavic 1 year ago

    Pvc parts cost $30 at home depot. The water pump $15, sprayers $10, neoprene collars $15. Gas spent $5-10 dollars. I use to build grow rooms and no one can build on a budget like I can.

  • cyberhavic 1 year ago

    I am sorry for not replying back. The sprayers have to be adjusted so the spray inwards. So if you are having leaks, this is most likely the issue. Run the cloner without lid. You will get wet and make a mess. But these adjustments are crucial to avoid leaks. If its too much trouble you can use another plastic container to catch the small bits of leaks.

  • W7539580.... 1 year ago

    tried it…followed instructions thru an thru top leaks like crazy…..good design…reservoir flawed!

  • C CGF 1 year ago

    who is the artist and song???

  • Ty chanel 1 year ago

    NM…lol I purchased the smaller tub from Lowe's (18Gal), I removed the flip up handles, siliconed the small holes and adjusted the angles of the sprayers and BAM!!! No leaks

  • Ty chanel 1 year ago

    I followed your steps to a tee, and it leaks a lot in the handle area's bad! any Ideas? 

  • cyberhavic 1 year ago

    Yes having legs drastically improves the balance of the sprayer manifold. I've change the design over the years but it can always be tweaked to your specifications.

  • BrightGreenThumb 1 year ago

    I made a video of a cloner using the same tote as your did. It's surprising how well that tote works for this application. I should have made legs like you did for your mister set up. Great video!

  • cyberhavic 1 year ago

    The pump stays on 24/7. I don't have any videos of cloner running. This is only a guide to build the actual cloner. You can clone most plants, some are not cloneable though.

  • CJ Vaughn (CJixzle3) 1 year ago

    Is there anyway you could post a video of how the sprayers look when running? Also, what do you grow and how long do you run this for? 24/7 constant run or do you do like 1 min on 5 min off or something? 

  • CJ Vaughn (CJixzle3) 1 year ago

    Thanks for the detailed video! Just what I have been looking for. 

  • cyberhavic 1 year ago

    Sprayer manifold can be made smaller if you have issues with water leaks. By no means is it a perfect design but it is effective.

  • Gerry Keefe 1 year ago

    Which retirement home is this ?