Added by on 2016-02-28

We started an entire Tower Garden unit dedicated to growing strawberries hydroponically in order to meet the needs for the strawberries (low pH and changes to nitrogen during the growing process). For starting the growing process we are using a the nutrient solution with Master Blend (N-P-K = 4 -18- 38) mixed with calcium nitrate ( 15.5-0-0), and magnesium sulfate and although most plants do fine with the 6.0 pH we usually run strawberries lower between pH 5.5 to 6.0. According to the research we have been reading (take a look at our blog for links and more information) strawberries need more nitrogen during the non-fruiting period then nitrogen should be decreased during the fruiting stage to prevent the plants from producing too much green vegetation. If you have experience or suggestions please feel free to let us know, we had some limited success with strawberries mixed in with our other systems (VGS, Tower, Barrels, in the past) but think we can get a better yield if we focus an entire system to just the strawberries. Please feel free to comment or contact us. Blog: Facebook: email: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsTower Garden Ripe Strawberries in 75 days!How to Plant Strawberries in Your Tower GardenHow to Grow Hydroponic Strawberries Hanging in Troughs : Hydroponic Gardening“Tower Garden Planting” by Epic GardeningEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodVertical hydroponic grow tower using 2 inch PVC wye and 5-Gal bucket

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  • Prathamesh Taharabadkar 1 year ago

    good.. thankz for d video.. Watz the cost of the tower..

  • Indoor Hydroponix 1 year ago

    I have always trimmed the roots back by half before planting. It causes them to split creating a greater finer root mass.

  • Cosmic Carrie 1 year ago

    what did u cut the cal nit down to.. i heard half strength is recommended

  • Cosmic Carrie 1 year ago

    thanks.. im about to plant some strawberries now

  • Outa ThisWorld 1 year ago

    Would love to see an update on how this worked with the strawberries. Great video.

  • altha 2014 1 year ago

    Nice system. I live in Tampa gets hot down here in the summer have about 2 months of cold.. You can put wheels on them. role them in side a shade or inside the house in the middle of the day and out during the cool part. Also, nice to have wheels on them to role them in during the winter months when it is cold

  • Clube Smoky 1 year ago


    Very nice your system.

    How is the irrigation time you are applying? 

    Congrats for your great work. =)