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Impact Technologies – Hydroponic green fodder unit -Kannada complete information about Green shade net Hydroponics techniques Step by step how to transplant coco coir from a double cup method grow into a hydroponic kratky system. Do you love my system and want to copy my design to produce beautiful healthy delicious plants you can eat. I will teach you how step by step. Materials Used: Hydroponic Fertilizer Part 1 – Master Blend 4-18-38: Hydroponic Fertilizer Part 2 – Calcium Nitrate: Hydroponic Fertilizer Part 3 – Epsom Salt: Grow Lights: Coco Coir – Grow Media: Glass Mason Jars 1/2 Gallon: 3″ Net Cups: Rockwool 1″X1″ Cubes: Hydroponic Clay Pebbles: Ph up and Ph down: Ph Meter: Black Chalk Paint Ultra Matte: Sponge Paint Brush: Related PostsHydroponic Rain Gutter TomatoesEasy DIY Beginner Hydroponic Kratky SystemProduction of Green Fodder By Hydroponic Method Dist-SataraSpecial Story On Sangareddy Farmer Pratap Reddy | Green Fodder By Hydroponic Method | V6 NewsHydroponic Fodder Farm for Dairy Animal – Grow Green FodderColumbia Green Technologies – Company of the Week for 7/31/15

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  • Digital World 9 months ago

    nice fodder technology

  • ibnul fawahimi 9 months ago

    subscribe back. 🙂

  • Yogesh Bhalerao 9 months ago

    Plz dubbed this video in hindi

  • babayamak 9 months ago

    Inegin burnundan ipi cikart lan dingil

  • M mangla 9 months ago

    Thank you for the information

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  • Erenst Kainarumbi 9 months ago

    very good

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  • Bheemraddi Giriraddi 9 months ago

    Sir plz give ur no.

  • NAIK BV 9 months ago

    Sir we're ur from?

  • VIRESH BAGHEL 9 months ago

    Sir kya har samay pani fubare se girta rahna chahiye.

  • Linda Braman 9 months ago

    This is so easy and exactly what I was looking for! Thank you.

  • SHAFQAT Ali 9 months ago

    how i maintain oxygen in glass. oxygen necessary or not because in other method we install air pump in water.

  • flacousa62 9 months ago

    What's with most gardeners and one handed videos? not very professional

  • Hey Hey 9 months ago

    Did you presoaked your hydroton or just rinsed?

  • Nikhil Khose 9 months ago

    what happens if you don't transplant and grow the seed directly in the bigger container

  • TheJamesOutlaw 9 months ago

    Great video! I tend to start seeds in seed starter mix or coco, then when the seedling gets its true leaves, I carefully pull out the plant and wash off the roots. Then thread the roots through a net cup and put into nutes in a mason jar. I use hydroton to hold the plant up in net cup and block out light. This seems to work well so you never have rockwool rotting or coco falling into the water. All methods seem to work though and all a matter of preference. Love Kratky !

  • Malia 9 months ago

    This is amazing I already have hydroton and coco coir I'm going to give this a try as I don't want to use rockwool anymore for the reasons you outlined. Thanks for the thorough guide, you have a new subscriber!

  • Zeeshan Bashir 9 months ago

    It was really very informative. The only thing i want to ask is that the water level reaches the clay pebbles instead of coco peat. How will it reach the roots?

  • Craig Carpenter 9 months ago

    have you done this method for peppers, how big of a resevoir should you have

  • Dubtown 8dirty1 9 months ago

    Ur voice sounds lazy asf

  • N Robertson 9 months ago

    Just because you can't see algae on the coco coir doesn't mean there isn't any. It's just you can't see it in the darker material.

  • Bhupesh Rakhra 9 months ago

    What is the percentage and what all is used as plant food.

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  • Esha Gayle 9 months ago

    I'm transplanting eight plants (lettuces, chard, catnip) from double cup to their mason jars today. Needed to watch your video again to be sure of best way to do this. Thank you so much. I'm excited about growing this way.

  • MsFlamingFlamer 9 months ago

    Awesome video!

  • Rajaraman V 9 months ago

    You fill the jar with nutrient solution above the bottom of the net cup. Then how does air get to the roots – can it penetrate the coco coir ? Please educate me.

  • Lit' AHSr. 9 months ago

    Nice love how you do that definitely gonna try this only need now left is waiting for the Fertilizer, Ph Meter: and Coco Coir, Is CoCo Peat Coir Fiber the same as FibreDust Coco Coir ? sad to hear that amazon usually ships within 1 to 2 months :-/ but dang the Coco Coir look much better than soil or potting mix

  • Esha Gayle 9 months ago

    So glad I saw your video before going with the rockwool. I live in Arizona and planting outdoors is futile. The plants struggle through the hot summers. I have herbs indoors now under grow lights but want to grow lettuces, spinach and chard hydroponically. I enjoyed your video. Thank you. Will use your links to buy pebbles and baskets.

  • deezie 9 months ago

    Very good video, I never even heard of Coco Coir before. Thanks for the great info* I am enjoying your videos

  • Brandon Miniman 9 months ago

    Cool video, thanks. Hey I got cucamelon seeds from, and using the paper towel method on a heating pad I got like 75% germination in 48 hours. Crazy! Question: would you recommend coco coir as an indoor grow medium for my cucamelons? Another option is a peat moss pellet. I just want to get them started up to one set of true leaves indoors, then in a few weeks I'll harden them off and plant them in soil outside. Thoughts?