Added by on 2015-01-22

Some Clips on my Hydroponic greenhouse from this last fall & winter. DWC & Coco Coir were my two grow methods this year. Video Rating: 5 / 5 Related PostsHydroponic greenhouse farm, developed by Larry Ellison, ready for first commercial harvestExcellent Hydroponic Strawberries Farming in Greenhouse and Satisfying Harvesting ProcessAmazing Hydroponic Greenhouse Farm Grows 15,000 Heads of LettuceAutomated hydroponic system – Harvest in the Greenhouse – Hydroponic FarmingHydroponic Climate Controlled Greenhouse Pakistan-Huge harvest of Cherry tomatoesAutomated hydroponic system Harvest in the Greenhouse Hydroponic and Vertical Farming

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  • Wayne Meador 5 years ago

    *Well, the greenhouse definitely looks different now! Very good information
    brother, good video, and thanks for sharing!* +Austin Family Gardening
    Channel ?

  • Jim Conner 5 years ago

    Cheers Larry – My tomatoes did great in DWC too – going to do that again
    this year. My California wonder peppers did OK in the NFT rail, but I’m
    going to try doing them in dutch buckets this year instead I think (mostly
    because I want to try out dutch buckets to see if I like ’em). That’s an
    impressive ball of roots on that tomato – I guess that’s what happens when
    the nutes run out… more and more roots put out trying to search for
    nutes. Cheers!!?

  • Eric White 5 years ago

    More great stuff. You were really busy. Awesome Poblano Plant.?

  • zilym 5 years ago

    Did you have any trouble with fungus gnats deciding that moist coco-coir is
    the perfect breeding ground? I tried doing hand watered coco-coir buckets
    last summer after watching you doing it, but had no end of trouble with
    fungus gnats. I couldn’t get lettuce to start growing worth a darn cuz
    those blasted fungus gnat larvae would eat my lettuce seedlings before they
    could ever get big enough to produce.

    Now I’m filling my net pots with mostly lava rock, a thin layer of
    coco-coir, and finally a top layer of sand. The sand seems to be far less
    attractive to the fungus gnats than coco coir. I still use a small layer of
    coco-coir to keep sand from pouring out the bottom of the net pot. ?

  • Austin Family Gardening Channel 5 years ago

    Some pics of my greenhouse from this fall & winter?

  • C3 Voyage 5 years ago

    How hot did you DWC water temps get? I had issues as temps raised above
    75F mid summer.?

  • Keyplayr61 Greenhouse Hydroponics And Gardens 5 years ago

    Very nice, Larry! Keep up the good work!?

  • FesterWerks 5 years ago

    Glad you’ve got some extra time to do videos again :)?

  • Hort Hydro 5 years ago

    Wow that is one amazing greenhouse,you did amazing on your DWC.
    I want to do the same thing:)