Added by on 2018-06-08

If you’ve ever wondered how to make sure your water is in good shape before you start using it to grow hydroponic plants, this is the video for you. When I first starting growing hydroponically, I didn’t know what I was doing and made a ton of mistakes (if you look up one of my earlier videos, you can see the proof!). ***Remember to check your pH again 30 minutes after you mix nutrients and adjust accordingly*** These days, I’m a *little* bit smarter, so I figured I’d remake the video with less mistakes and hopefully more information for all of your beginners out there. I might not have done everything PERFECTLY, but it’s good enough for beginners to hydroponics and it’ll get the job done in my garden just perfectly. This is a 20 gallon tank for my Tower Garden that will be producing exclusively leafy greens like kale, spinach, bok choy, watercress, and mustard greens. Anytime you’re growing something that you’re not taking through to the flowering / fruiting phase of growth, you have a bit more leeway in how you set it up. If you have any questions, let me know – I answer every comment I get down below! Learn to grow your own food: → Join our worldwide gardening community: → Gear Used In This Video: → Hanna HI9814 Multimeter: → Campden Tablets: → General Hydroponics Flora Series: More reviews of my favorite gardening products: → Epic Gardening on Social Media: → Instagram: → Pinterest: → Facebook: → Twitter: Music by Joakim Karud Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts“How to Prepare Water for Hydroponics” by Epic GardeningHow To Germinate Seeds & Prepare them for HydroponicsHow to prepare hydroponics nutrients solutions हाइड्रोपोनिक पोषक घोल कैसे […]

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  • Jeorge Lee 11 months ago

    I am currently fighting root rot with H202 37% in a 7 gallon DWC. How long will it take to dissipate the H202 in the res so I can add the Hydroguard to add benificial bacteria? Also do I need to de-chlorinate my tap water before using the Hydroguard? I have read that chlorine in tap water can kill beneficial bacteria as well as the bad stuff.

  • tomas cardenas 11 months ago

    you still need to use ph meter you just cant say 1ml down de ph by 0.2…. thats imposible ph doesnt work like that

  • Fobby78 11 months ago

    do I need water change after period of time?

  • Javed Iqbal Mirza 11 months ago

    Why how it is wasted

  • homunyan 11 months ago

    The difference in production quality compared to your old video is astounding lol

  • ßildØva Dova 11 months ago

    your tap water PPM is around 300, mine is close to 700 🙁 I'll trade ya lol

  • nitin chaudhary 11 months ago

    Can u help me
    I just want to know about the complete process for lettuce harveting in nft
    Can we use normal water for plant or every time we give nutriant & in a day how much nutriant are requried for a palnt
    Pls rply me
    Thanks & regards

  • Anupam Mishra 11 months ago

    I am from India and these synthetic nutrients are really expensive here can you suggest some alternative

  • Javad Aboobacker 11 months ago

    Nice vedio sir,thanks for it,also
    Can you plz give me the idea about ppm values?in which value we want take it?
    Thank you

  • loony loony 11 months ago

    No disrespect, but delete the other vid.

  • Javed Iqbal Mirza 11 months ago


  • Javed Iqbal Mirza 11 months ago

    Can I use hydroponic nutrient solution in soil

  • gagan jain 11 months ago

    Looks like you were in a hurry

  • Sri Harsha Krishna Chaitanya 11 months ago

    Hi wonderful information… My question about the nutrient dose is…is it same for all types of plants or it's different? If it is different how to find the correct dose for a specific plant other than searching on Google? For example I couldn't find how to Mix it for cilantro. Please help.

  • Space Queen 420 11 months ago

    Hi there, is DWC good for high temperature climate? 85-86F. I'm thinking just putting frozen water bottle on the reservoir?

  • Michelle Rene 11 months ago

    Good job! Very concise.

  • LebART Zhadukur 11 months ago

    Just want to know, don't you need to mix thoroughly each of the hydroponic nutrient part before adding the next? Will it not create a nutrient lockout?

  • Bob Dempsey 11 months ago

    Great video!

  • Jon Stenstrom 11 months ago

    Love the vid. I also have a tower garden. How often should I change out nutes? Do I need to clean out the tank each time I replace or can I just add new pH'd nutes to the same res?