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Autopot systems [] are the low maintenance, efficient, and productive way to grow great plants at home. In this video we show you to set up a basic one pot system (which is effortlessly extendable) and go over a few of the beneficial features of growing with these great systems. ———————– Don’t forget to head over to our website for more useful information on growing plants indoors and to see a range of products from the leading brands in the horticultural industry: ➢ Subscribe us: ➢ Follow us: Related PostsHow to Set Up NFT Systems with the GT205i | Greens Hydroponics TutorialDIY NFT AutoPot Hydroponics Systems IIAutopot Easy2Grow Autopot XL Hydroponic System Tutorial, Tips and TricksHow Clay Pebbles enhances plant performance | An overview by Greens HydroponicsSelf sufficient, indoor garden with NFT hydroponics system 68 day update. Leafy greens and herbs.How to Grow Hydroponics / How to Grow Micro Greens at Home / Aeroponics / Methi / Mustard / Chiya

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  • Nihilepsy 9 months ago

    Does this work for marijuana?

  • Ryan Chase 9 months ago

    Hi, can I run this outdoors with a chiller for the reservoir?

  • Peter Wraae Marino 9 months ago

    omg… getting that prop in the hole to the water container is impossible!!! wtf.. please make a better design.

  • sid vicious 9 months ago

    cant you just use clay pebbles on there own or coco

  • Sifu Wong 9 months ago

    They don't talk about how fragile the fittings are, namely the T Fitting where it joins the 6 mil pipe and the 6mil fitting on the valve. Plus if one valve isn't working correctly and stays open, or not secured you will awake to an empty tank and a huge flood. Has happened twice to me. . Plus you have buy every fitting again and they offer not service nor refunds. The system is crap and not user friendly like its promoted. Plus can not add enhancers etc.

  • Chris Everitt 9 months ago

    I wanted to make a super soil and bio tab set up for soil, how would this fare with this system? I’d assume with super soil and biotabs the plant would need to be water from the top often and it will just cause overflow from the excess water wouldn’t it? Or would the bottom layer of clay pebbles holding water soak up into the super soil and make it moist?

  • Stan Chalk 9 months ago

    Does it mention anyway or does anyone know how the system corrects for salts build ups in the bottom of the trays. Is this handled manually or is this a problem at all. To me is must be.

  • Markus Wahlgren 9 months ago

    length of video accidental?

  • Chris 9 months ago

    i know this must sound super stupid but how does the water get into the soil? the wter comes in at the bottom of the pot right? but the soil doesnt reach the bottom of the top rigiht? how does it work? 😀 sry i know it is a stupid question for sure but i am thankful for every advice. i am a complete scrub as u can see. pls excuse my terrible english

  • Michele Eustacchi 9 months ago

    Uploading a video tutorial presenting a product and not answering at any questions that follows is not so cool not even professional.

  • ran dom 9 months ago

    Can a "click and drip" (or something similar) gravity timer be used with the autopot to help regulate the water a bit more?

  • Suren Oganesian 9 months ago

    Hi, trying to setup the autopot system, but Im a bit confused. The kit has 2 pads the one with the bronze and the one with the black, what goes where? The instruction tells to put the bronze one into the tray not the pot

  • 9 months ago

    Do you have to use soil with this system, or could you just fill the whole planter up with hydroton?

  • Josh Hoover 9 months ago

    Very nice, I may look into something like this to deal with my having to be away from my grows for days at a time

  • Graeme Clark 9 months ago

    can you just use the clay balls as your medium

  • Greens Hydroponics 9 months ago

    Autopots are a great innovation in the horticultural industry. They use a gravity-fed design meaning no power, pumps, or timers are necessary. They're also highly efficient and when used right, give your plants just what they need to get great results:

    How To Set Up Autopot Systems – Tutorial

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  • Alan Barclay 9 months ago

    thats how t dun….lol

  • Better Dayz 9 months ago

    help me out lads im a bit confused if you have 2 wall sockets a u have a contractor for 4 x 600 watts they require both plug where would u plug ur extractors and hydro systems to ? can u address this in a vid plz