How to successfully cultivate with MyPot? Hydroponic  Masterclass. Selfcultivation and Professional

This video shows a complete hydroponics course with the MyPot hydroponic farming system. It explains how to use it in different crop versions, on trays or vertical crops.

The cultivation can be done indoors, outdoors or greenhouse and results depends on multiple factors such as lighting, type of plants, air conditioning. However, MyPot is the best and most efficient cultivation method that exists today.

The cultivation is fully automatic. The maintenance work, once installed, consists of checking once a day that the pump is running and that the nutrient solution is not finished. Four MyPot planting modules were used per square meter when grown on a tray. When grown on MyPot deposit, 1 or more can be grown as they can be vertically stacked.

The hydroponic system includes a safety system against electrical cuts so that the plants do not die in case the power goes out. The modules are placed on top of hydroponic trays that collected the water until it was taken to a tank, which is where the the nutrient solution is prepared and pH is stabilized. In the tank there is a recirculation pump that every 2-3 hours gives a watering to the plants through connections on top of each module.


MyPot scientists have developed a complete professional fertilizer line inspired by professional North America farmers that simplifies the fertilization process to the fullest. Fertilization is carried out using an online APP that determines the fertilizer doses that plants need based on the initial water quality (electroconductivity – EC). Using it is very easy, you just need to enter the liters to prepare, the initial EC of your water and the crop phase.


We recommend a maximum initial EC for irrigation water of 0´6, the ideal is 0´2-0´3. The EC indicates the amount of salts that the water has, a high initial EC is harmful since it decreases the amount of fertilizer that can be added to the water.When stabilizing the pH of the nutrient solution, preferably use products based on phosphoric acid. We recommend discarding the irrigation water left over from the tank weekly before preparing the new nutrient solution.

Tip for the first irrigation: Consider that in the first irrigation each planting module will store 6L of water, so they are 24L per square meter. It also considers that the plants in their initial stages will not consume a large amount of water, so prepare about 40-50L of nutrient solution in the first irrigation, 24L for fill the modules and the rest to be recirculated.



Fill the planting module with medium grain perlite substrate (3-6). The use of other substrates may decrease performance. Once the module is full, hydrate the pearlite and plant in its holes:

– From cuttings: plant 8 plants per module.

– From seeds: plant up to 6 plants per module.

Plant as if on soil, introduce the root as deep as possible and cover it gently with perlite.


MyPot recommends using lighting with the best possible quality for the best crop yield. MyPot is suitable for use with any existing HPS lighting technology (600W or 1000W), LED or LEC.

In general, in crops grown in MyPot, plants need less growth phase than in crops on soil. The duration of the photoperiod phase will depend on several factors such as whether the plants are grown from seed or cuttings, the size with which they are transplanted or the lighting used.

It is advisable to always give them a few days of growth regardless of the lighting used.

SEEDS and 1000W HPS: plants can be placed directly to flowering photoperiod

SEEDS and other lighting: give a maximum of 7-10 days of photoperiod growth

MyPot is highly recommended for use in outdoor crops. The main recommendation is that if you want to make an early spring crop it is done with automatic plants. For the cultivation of regular plants it is recommended to plant them in the middle of the summer period to avoid excessive growth.

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How to successfully cultivate with MyPot? Hydroponic Masterclass. Selfcultivation and Professional

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