Added by on 2017-05-24

Jeb would like to show you how to grow your own hydroponic cilantro or coriander. This one is indoor and Kratky style to hopefully avoid bolting. Music from the YouTube Audio Library Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies Waltz of the Flowers by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky This is 6.5 weeks into my project (it is currently 8 weeks at time of uploading) everything seems to be going well, however there are not enough fish for the number of plants so I make up some hydroponic nutrients to supplement the system. I have also gone 100% solar! Related PostsHow to Grow Cilantro or Coriander leaves (Dhaniya) Video by BhavnaPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMHow to Hydroponics: Easy Cilantro / Coriander Complete Guide from Germination to Harvest.Easy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodDwc hydroponic watermelon,cantaloupe, squash 6/12

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  • Dodgy Bishop 6 months ago

    Just the right amount of fucked up for a gardening show! Have a sub my good sir.

  • Antoinne Scholten 6 months ago

    actually learning why certain plants do certain things (like leaves going yellow "burnt") on this channel. still dont know how to handle nutrients though

  • catdogpigduck 6 months ago

    Love it! Got try this myself!

  • Caryn Warmoth 6 months ago

    Ha ha! Love the video! :0) New sub right here.

  • James Lambert-Martin 6 months ago

    We love your videos, and fear you a little bit…..

  • JK ROLLIN 6 months ago

    love your videos man. +1 sub by the way, what temperature is it usually where you have your setup?? Also do you have the t5's on 24/7 or do you use a timer?

  • eli Mcfly 6 months ago

    I love you, Jeb

  • idiotn00b 1337 6 months ago

    I can't help but watch more of your videos, they are very well made

  • The Silent G 6 months ago

    dear Mr jeb, how are your roots not rotting without aerating the water?

  • towingu 6 months ago

    big fingers hahahah

  • Lifelonglearner 6 months ago

    After watching one of your videos the first time, I made the firm decision to never watch another. Too weird. So here I am watching again … after having seen some of your videos multiple times. Keep it up! Especially the background music.

  • Bloomsberrybubble 6 months ago

    gosh i'll make chicken tikka masala out of this leave !!!

  • Narayan Neralla 6 months ago

    Great cilantro! What brand seeds you have used? Please put a link. Thanks.
    I tried number of times to grow cilantro in Aerogarden using super market coriander without success.

  • dozo toy 6 months ago

    Love this video, thanks for sharing

  • Martin Chavez 6 months ago

    Jeb Gardner, I just purchased all the stuff needed to begin my veggie projects.
    QUESTION: Is is possible to transplant an already, small, cilantro plant and keep growing it in nutrient solution?
    BTW, I've been interested aqua/hydroponics for a while, you dumbed it down so much {not hatin'} I'm taking the plunge.

  • Micah Epps 6 months ago

    You are doing deep water culture (DWC) style hydroponics with no air stone? I didn't know that was an option!

  • Whaea Pare 6 months ago

    lol you're awesome and yeah…crazy

  • Amy Alexander 6 months ago

    Hilarious video! And very helpful. Thank you!

  • ignilc 6 months ago

    homade? made by a ho?

  • Dr. John Campbell 6 months ago

    Do you ever add selenium, if so in what compound would you add it?

  • Daniel Jacob 6 months ago

    Goddamnit Amanda

  • Paul Bisanti 6 months ago

    Yeah, seriously Amanda. Gosh.

  • David Ramey 6 months ago

    Ive been looking for this type of video my whole life. Thanks so much

    I wonder if he just made it available recently or if it was always listed, I sure never saw it till now and I couldve sworn I browsed through all his videos

  • MIMIK 6 months ago

    6:05 "Got up to about 90°"
    European there:
    Well 90°C, I see… lot of the water must have evapored due to the boiling…

  • Daniel Kezar 6 months ago

    wicked sweet setup!! very useful.

  • Trần Linh Thùy 6 months ago

    Can you please give me the recipe of vegetable more specifically

  • SimoWill75 6 months ago

    Funny sounding tomato. Moo.

  • Humboldt,JohnDoe Fourtwenty 6 months ago

    do you ever get nuitrents​ locking out when you just mix them like that or is that a myth that your supposed to add them one at a time in a certain order

  • Bill Gates 6 months ago

    "homade".. hmm, hard to trust someone who can't spell..
    also this is just a video of mixing dry materials that were bought
    makes more sense to show how he calculated stuff than to watch him pour things

  • God :-O 6 months ago

    "The cucumbers are going nuts." And the cabbages are going bananas! :-p

  • Amanda Torres 6 months ago

    chemistry its awesome: you mix toxic substances and boooom: you have fertilizer to your plants, and after some reactions boooom: a tomato came out from the plant 🙂

    too bad my chemistry teacher aren't good…

  • rainharvester c 6 months ago

    It looks like you limited the amps coming out of your panel by putting smaller (chipped) solar cells in series with large cells. The voltage will still add, but the amps are limited by the smaller cells. When I made a panel, I sorted all my cells by actually measuring the amps each put out in full sunlight. The cells with larger amps went into the same panel. (Even unchipped cells well vary in the amount of amps they output – especially when buying reject cells on ebay).

  • Grinix 6 months ago

    lol be nice to manda!

  • Amish_Drive_By 6 months ago

    How did you make your own solar panel? That's so cool! Mind making a tutorial vid?

  • imundeader 6 months ago

    Sounds like you used to have a ghost problem in 2014 lol

  • George Tucker 6 months ago

    Did that tomato just moo?

  • Mike Harper 6 months ago

    Do you have a video showing how you made your solar panel?

  • Cameron Daly 6 months ago

    I wonder if you planted legumes which are nitrogen fixing would you need less nutrients