Added by on 2017-08-05

This process has taken 38 days so far. If you would like to see a follow up video, please comment and let me know. Thanks for watching! Solar Powered Hydroponic Watermelon: Watermelon Harvest: Nutrients Used in this video: Masterblend Mixing: 15 Gallons of Water pH between 5.9 – 6.3 36 Grams of 4-18-38 36 Grams of Calcium Nitrate 30 Grams of Epsom Salt Flora Series: CaliMagic: pH Down: pH Meter: MaxiGro: MaxiBloom: AeroGarden Nutrients: Clay Pebbles: 2 Inch Net Pots: 1.5 Inch Rockwool Cubes: Rapid Root Plugs: Grow Light Rope Hanger: Grow Tent: T5 Grow Light: Digital Timer: Clonex Rooting Compound: FoxFarm Ocan Forest: 10 Gal Grow Bags: Grow Bag Saucers: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsSolar Powered Hydroponic WatermelonIndoor Hydroponic Spinach Update – S2 Episode SomethingHow Do I Grow Hydroponic Tomatoes Indoors?Tour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMCLONING CHERRY GROW TOMATOES PLANTS INDOORS CHEAPER THAN AERO GARDEN HYDROPONICHow to grow weed (hydroponic) indoors part 8

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  • Michele Eustacchi 3 months ago

    Keep going on. Too curious to see if you gonna have fruits !

  • İsmail Tulçalı 3 months ago

    Absolutely great one. Thank you. İf you don't mind, would you please give me the exact description of the nutrient solution?

  • Victor Phan 3 months ago

    make a comparasion of how it taste between natural and man-influenced 😀

  • Steven England 3 months ago

    great video. can't wait to see the fruit growing.

  • Rob Backyard Gardenerr 3 months ago

    Great start to the watermelons Khang! Can't wait to see how they do!

  • InfamousCharacter 3 months ago

    I was wondering if you could do a size by side comparison between the Rockwell and Rapid Rooter Plugs. I'm really curious about the differences and if what if you propagated and stuck a Pepper plant stem right in one. These are what I'm talking about –
    I love your videos man! keep up the amazing content!

  • Dweesil 3 months ago

    Why DWC and not Kratky?

  • Jared Mccutcheon 3 months ago

    For​ sure need a follow up. I see you did a DWC system. I was thinking you were going Kratky, lol. I've been trying a few small DWC containers for some super hot peppers and they seem to thrive, even better than the Kratky I have going.

  • EnnyLuck Farm 3 months ago

    another great video. Please follow up. We want to try it

  • Jeb Gardener 3 months ago

    If you rig up a crazy looking trellis to support those vines that will look awesome!

  • Brett Bond 3 months ago

    Do you ever use air pumps to create air bubbles?

  • The Band 3 months ago

    so scientists can grow thirtythousand year old seeds

  • flatbg1 3 months ago

    For small containers I have found that beer or soda cans with their tops cut off (just use a can opener around the rim) allow 1" pots to fit perfectly and you don't have to worry about light getting in. I like to call them my beer garden lol

  • The Band 3 months ago

    neater. i like the word neat and neater

  • The Band 3 months ago

    why kill the other sprouts. i am outraged. let all the sprouts live.

  • The Band 3 months ago

    can we see you sprout a mango seed

  • Mishkan 3 months ago

    "Here's how to center a whole perfectly" Then the hole ends up being off center. Use punches and pilot holes man!

  • Louis Trolli 3 months ago

    Yes, please do a follow up. Can you use rockwool to start pepper plants and the transfer to soil?

  • Shane O'Mack 3 months ago

    follow up for sure my friend

  • Mmbohn1 3 months ago

    Is there a natural way to bring the pH down, like letting it sit out for 24 hours? I hate to use chemicals…