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How to Grow Hydroponic Lettuce and Pak Choy / DIY Hydroponics Grow lettuce and pak choy with hydroponics. Cool pool noodle hack used instead of a hydroponic cloning collar.We also use pieces of a hemp grow mat to cushion the gentle sprouts. Terrafibre Hemp Grow Mat: EBook shows how to grow with non circulating hydroponics: Garden Downspout Grow Box seen in my videos: Hydroponic nutrients and other hard to find supplies: Disclaimer: Some of these links are affiliate links. As an Amazon affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases. Tool I use to grow my channel: Music from #mrduzee1 #thecreatorspotlightshow Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodGreen wall for indoor use – Plants hydroponics grow Sodium LED Fluo Hemp sativa indicaEasy Hydroponic Lettuce / Easy DIY Hydroponics Systems/Vertical Lettuce Growing /Urban GardenDIY NFT Rain Tower PVC Hydroponics, Bok Choy, Scallions, Basil, etc.Plastic Free Hydroponic Grow Box / DIY HydroponicsOrganic hydroponics transplanting hemp clones; aquaponics without the fish.

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  • Penny Noneman 3 weeks ago

    I bought 100 little sponges for little net cups. Those will work excellent in the pool noodles. Super soft

  • Complex 3 weeks ago

    Nice one.

  • Forage Forage 3 weeks ago

    The 4 legged critters, can easily crawl up wood and those concrete mason blocks.  So.. I used 15" tall buckets as the base. The slippery surface makes fairly difficult for them to climb. Not 100% effective, but pretty darn good – rofl.  Depending on the air temp where you're at.. it's possible the static nutrient fluids may evap too quickly.. (more so in summer)…so I used a much smaller hole (1") and placed a hole at the very end of the spouts, and put a cork in it. I could monitor fluid level and quickly refill if needed. Hobby Lobby sells corks in a bag.. pretty cheap…or hit your friends up to save them from their champagne or wine bottles.  You could also make a simple floating fluid level from a wooding skewer & piece of foam or cork.

  • Aus Grows 3 weeks ago

    What's wrong with foam

  • blindbarrel 3 weeks ago

    Great Video ….cleared my confusion…thanks

  • support admin 3 weeks ago

    What is the size of the pool noodles you use? I am trying to order some and it comes in 3.8*150cm and 6X150 cm ?

  • Scully's House of Thrillers 3 weeks ago

    I'm so looking forward to trying this.

  • angela sheppard 3 weeks ago

    Why use hemp mat?

  • xanadu1jw 3 weeks ago

    Great video! I’m glad I have some of those hemp things. So our 6-7 week drought finally broke with a torrential downpour yesterday and woke up to the three 18 gallon kratky containers overfilled even above the pool noodles holding up the plants. Now to get the nutrients right I don’t know if I should dump all bins totally out & start over with new solution or what? Temporarily I have dipped out enough into other bins I haven’t used yet so the plants don’t drown and hope to get advise what to do here. Oh and do I see Moringa growing in this video?

  • Grown at Home in WV 3 weeks ago

    I just showed my wife your set up. I told her look at how much you can grow and not take up a lot of space.

  • Simple Analyst 3 weeks ago

    Hi Mike. Been using your technique, with the cheap noodles, since I saw you use it. Been doing quite good. One thing I can suggest – at the start of your video you did the 2 cuts then tried to putting in the seedling – which, if you are anything like me, takes a lot of time as I have huge fingers. What I do now is, put the seedling in the complete pool noodle, hold the seedling with my left pointer finger and snip, snip the noodle before pushing in the cut piece to replace holding the seedling. Makes it a lot faster aiming for a bigger hole than trying to squeeze a seedling into a small space! Happy gardening

  • alarcon99 3 weeks ago

    Which direction is this set up facing? I would love to see a time progression of these as they grow and eventually get harvested.

  • marthale7 3 weeks ago

    Thanks for sharing. I have drilled more holes in my setup and only make them 1 inch in size, I then put cuttings with a node into these smaller holes, I have started cranberry hibiscuss, cuban orgeono, and sweet potatoes starts by putting them in. I have used fish water for nutrient and the plants are rooting llike crazy. So , smaller holes work great as well. Thank you for sharing.

  • David Wagner 3 weeks ago

    I switched from hydroton to pool noodles getting the idea from you. Never going back! Thanks for sharing!!

  • CB's Greenhouse and Garden 3 weeks ago

    Just does not get any easier then this! Those hemp mats look to be the trick buddy. Great idea on fooling that tree rat! Thanks for the info! Awesome job done my friend.

  • Todd McCabe 3 weeks ago

    I've been using my rockwool cubes in the center of the pool noodle since i have a bunch of them….. That works good also.

  • Grow Somethin' with Jeff 3 weeks ago

    Trying to get my basement garden going. Unfortunately life is getting in the way, wanted to have my lettuce started already but I want to video it and have not been up to it the last week. Soon though! Another great video. Thanks!