Added by on 2018-09-08

In this video I’ll show you how to grow microgreens at home using hydroponics. This is a very easy method that will allow you to grow microgreens indoors very quickly. Products I Use for Hydroponics: Aquaflakes: pH Up: pH Down: pH Meter: Air Pump: Air Stone: Air Tubing: 3” Netcups: 2” Netcups: Grodan Plugs: BioStrate Felt: TDS Meter: Salad Mix Seeds: About me: Hi, my name is Michael and I love to learn and share. I’m an entrepreneur and a mechanical engineer dedicated to learning the right materials, the right tools and the right techniques for all of my projects. This channel is focused on lawn care, outdoor gardening and indoor hydroponics. My content is filmed and produced at my home shop in Monmouth County, New Jersey. My outdoor content is relevant to the northeast. Follow me on Instagram: For business opportunities: Michael P. Mills The Owner’s Clinic, Inc. PO Box 171 Perrineville, NJ 08535-0171 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! DISCLAIMER: The opinions expressed in this video are my own. I take no responsibility for any of the actions or consequences that may result from watching this video. Work is dangerous. Proceed at your own risk! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Grow Microgreens HydroponicallyHow to Grow Kale HydroponicallyHow to Grow Wheatgrass without Soil in easy Steps at Home Hydroponically Part 2how to grow weed hydroponically indoors part 1how to grow weed hydroponically indoors part 1Growing Broccoli Micro-greens Hydroponically

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  • Grass and Garden TV 6 months ago

    Let me know if you have any questions, I'm happy to help!

  • Betty Spencer 6 months ago

    Ok. I have watched all your videos and I have tried this method. I used Master Blend and 2 inches net cups and I must say, my basic salad mix blend did sprout in 24 hours! They grew 2 inches tall and my solution evaporated. I added more and the bottom of the net cups were covered and they never grew any taller! After about 3 days, I tasted them and they were delicious! Please help me make more. Does the depth of the container matter and should the solution ever touch the net cups? You explained so well but that's the one thing you failed to mention. It's been several months since your first experiment, please tell me what you learned. I will be watching and waiting. Thanks.

  • JimD4473 6 months ago

    Great set of videos, Michael. I'm just starting out, growing in coir (I've tried growing on napkin w/ it wicking water from underneath, but have had little luck), and I'm thinking I might swap over to hyrdoponics.

    Quick suggestion on pouring out the seeds into the baskets. Get another container that's the same as the one you originally poured the seeds into. Put your baskets in that container before you pour the seeds. Then any seeds that sneak out the side end up in a cup, and not scattered across your counter 😀

  • Jug B how come you didn't step up? 6 months ago

    Hey great vid. Can you post a link to the light you use please. Thanks

  • Jaymin Patel 6 months ago

    I just don’t like the idea of the sharpie marker on the felt bleaching into the seeds/plant. Even if it’s a small amount, you seem to be about keeping it clean. The ink just isn’t clean. I guess it’s okay if you’re the one eating it but as a regular consumer I feel I would be a bit more concerned. Sure you rang them out but you rang them out in the same water your plants (and eventually you) would be eating. Just my .02

  • john freeman 6 months ago

    Hey Michael you sure like to do it hard. Make your self a flood -drain table, one that holds 10 or 20 or what ever trays, lay the felt pads in tays ,seed ,get small pond pump , timer that comes on 4 times in 24 hours and your back to selling 10 x20 tays that do the work themselves .Ano brainer really.

  • Fred Frond 6 months ago

    I wonder if you could do this with an aquaponic system?

  • Manifest Gardens 6 months ago

    hi there just wondering if i keep my grow room at 78 degrees in the summer would that be too warm for this method? I am unhappy using soil as i am aware that some soil has parasites in it and i dont like that!!

  • tangobayus 6 months ago

    I'm testing unbleached muslim as a support for microgreen seeds. Use binder clips to attach to edge of pan. I think you cut squares and then trim the corners- less labor. Are you changing your water for every batch? Would be expensive.

  • Well Prepped Pantry 6 months ago

    Grass and Garden TV.. have you watched a video produced by MrDuzee1..on his self wicking hydro method for microgreens.
    Here is the link. Easy way to grow microgreens hydroponically.
    This is a way to consider should there be an issue to electricity. He does this outdoors.
    I switched over to this method almost 100% . Somethings like sunflower & peas..I still cant get them going..but..I grow mostly collards. pak choi, brassica's..and they do exceptionally well. I grow for personal consumption, family friends.

  • Well Prepped Pantry 6 months ago

    I have bought seeds from them many times. always great sucess!