Added by on 2016-07-30

So, it’s a done deal now. Yes, you can grow potatoes hydroponically. In this episode, I take two buckets of potatoes that had died back and revealed the contents for all of you. Check out how it turned out! My name is Brent and I live in central Arkansas. Love to garden and dabble in hydroponics–Drip Systems, Deep Water Culture Systems, Self Watering Containers, & modified Rain Gutter Grow Systems in the greenhouse. A big part of it is experimentation. I would love to hear from you. Join the conversation and share who you are here with me! My blog is where I began my online adventures into traveling and gardening. I’ve decided to start it again and it’s where I’ll share more details of the things I do and the rationale behind it. I’d love it if you’d join me and please comment: And now, I’m on Facebook! Share your gardening thoughts and pictures! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponic White Potato RevealHydroponic Potato TowerHydroponic Potato HarvestHow To Construct Vertical Grow TowersAeroponic/Aquaponic Barrel Potato Tower!Vertical farms reveal the energy in your salad

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  • nery colon 1 1 year ago

    Great video. I have the invisible potato. lol I put them in the canister, and the plant that grow, it did a little one and it died . I waited 3 month and dig it out and the potato looked brand new, as if I just planted there. I put it back thinking maybe it was to dry. Still don't see anything. So I'm planning to take it out.. Never seen a potato do that. lol

  • Junior Kong 1 year ago

    You have scab on the Russets, Brent. Lower the pH. Outside it's done with sulfur or peat moss. I mean get it acidic as heck and they can't get scab. But with those yields, I dunno if you can argue with success!

  • mike munro 1 year ago

    great vidro from australia , go and get a beer mate.

  • Wayne Schmidt 1 year ago

    I'm confused. The title mentions hydroponic potatoes yet as you dumped the bucket it appeared they had been grown in soil. Was that coconut coir that just looked like soil? Thank you.

  • Kevyrev Hydroponics (kevyrev) 1 year ago

    Great job Brent!

  • Deth Dot 1 year ago

    oo ok for good stuff

  • Midwest Gardener 1 year ago

    Nice per bucket average, I would say. Nice looking potatoes too.

  • Deth Dot 1 year ago

    looks good! BUT! How are they hydroponic potatoes they were grown in the dirt?

  • Paul Clement (Paul's Back Yard Garden) 1 year ago

    Surprise surprise! Nice haul out of those two buckets. I might have to give it a go next year .
    Thanks for sharing,

  • Frank chenoweth 1 year ago

    Or just a fresh russet that has not shrunk yet.

  • Frank chenoweth 1 year ago

    Maby growth slowed patato was going dorment then started to grow again.Kinda like a craked tomato when fertalized late.

  • Keyplayr61 Greenhouse Hydroponics And Gardens 1 year ago

    Wow! Nice job, Brent! I would guess that the blemishes would be due to lack of media contact with the root? Just a guess, based on my carrot growing experiment ; )

  • Home Grown Veg 1 year ago

    Hello Brent It's always worth a visit to your place just to see some of the contraptions you've constructed. Growing in those elevated temperatures you must have a hose connected to the nearest lake. I hope you've swung those buckets back into action with a second crop. HGV

  • FesterWerks 1 year ago

    That is fantastic! Great looking results, for sure.

  • South Georgia Hydroponics 1 year ago

    I've been waiting on this one. Nice job! That's with the MB nutrients?

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  • Homeplace Journal 1 year ago

    Dino-taters…nice find! ; ]

  • Jeff Sullivan 1 year ago

    Not bad for 2 "dead" buckets. I watched a video last night and found it very enlightening. Thought you may enjoy.

  • CB's Greenhouse and Garden 1 year ago

    WOW that was amazing haul ya got from those two buckets! Great job done Brother!! On a side note your GH is 102 degrees mine was 128 yesterday. Should I be worried about my cukes and maters in there? Water temp in res running 85 degrees. I been putting two 2 gal blocks of ice in it when I get home from work to help cool it down to 75 degrees for its last two runs of the day. Thank you for input!