Added by on 2017-03-01

Referenced article: A beginner-friendly introduction to grow media for hydroponics. We cover inert growth medium choices such as rockwool / stonewool, grow stones and perlite and other media options such as coconut coir too. We look at how the choice of growing media affects / dictates irrigation strategies—restrictive and non-restrictive growing media. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydrokultur Garten mit PVC-Rohr Medien | Hydroponic Gardening with pvc Pipe MediaHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesCoco Coir Grow Media Hydroponics 101Green roofs are engineered, vegetated roof covers consisting of plants and growing media.Aquaponics Rocks ( Growing Medium ) Wash Install Plant – $40 Aquaponics – Barrelponics Made EasyHydroponics and Media used

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  • Peter Piper 1 year ago


  • herus schafron 1 year ago

    thank you so much
    from brazil

  • Robert A 1 year ago

    You speak way too fast, so hard to catch everything you are saying. Thanks for this all super valuable info!

  • Arju Ali Khan 1 year ago

    You speak too fast.

  • Alice B. Tokin 1 year ago

    thank you. 🙂

  • Sandra Fiedeldy 1 year ago

    This would be so much easier to watch if you didn't talk so fast. I had to watch it a few times in order to absorb the information. Nevertheless thanks.

  • Ik Ben De Man 1 year ago

    you've done a video on rock wool and Coco.. you should do a video for vermiculite (and perlite, growstones).

    your videos are always beautifully dense in information.

  • InnocentPhoto 1 year ago

    I'm using smartpots and I rly love them. Also the taste of a grow in a good soil mix. But I would like to use the benefits of hydroponics. Could it be possible to use the benefits of soil and hydro together? I already have tested it for a week, with massive overwatering my Soil in the Smartpots and had also a massiv root growth outside the pots. They looked rly healthy and I had a good growth of my plants, without any overwatering damage, even my Soil was 24/7 moist and well watered . But I dont know if its worth or a good idea to invest in a Hydro System for Soil potting. The most people say its stupid and a waste of money, but the roots looked so good, they ware so long and white and I think this could be much better if the water was recycling. In my setting the water stood in my container, with my Smartpots.

    Best greetings from germany!

  • dave oneil 1 year ago

    mind blowing as always

  • xlioilx 1 year ago

    Water is the nutrient delivery system.

  • Renier Cronje 1 year ago


  • Gloria Tellez 1 year ago

    I like that you don't play around, you add a touch of humor at times, but mostly quick and to the point. I don't have time to watch videos all night. Just give me the facts, and I can take it from there … just saying. I appreciate that you share you experience in hydroponics. I know I will make many mistakes, but with your guidance maybe I can avert a few.

  • alex gonzalez 1 year ago

    ok im new in this wich one is the better one?

  • dkroen17 1 year ago

    Love the content and especially love the upbeat format!!

  • Oscar Luna 1 year ago

    Thanks for all the detailed, easy to watch videos. Would love to see a small project, step by step from start to finish.

  • chumbalum 1 year ago

    Is growing peppers with single-part nutrient solution possible in a hydroponic system (DWC)? I have jalapeno plant in normal hydroton using a single nutrient and it's doing ok. I'm interessted in switching to hydroponic with DWC. But I don't really want to mess around with several nutrients. So would single part nutrient in DWC also do the job in an ok manner? (I know that it cannot compete to multi part nutrient solutions)

  • Trav is 1 year ago

    and the caves with bats in third world countries that they rape for bat guano are greeting their eco systems all fucked up.

  • Trav is 1 year ago

    please don't recommend peat!!!!! We don't produce peat in bogs anymore. which means it's in not sustainable. please make a video exspalining this to your fallowers like many other have.

  • MrFooz20 1 year ago

    Really good editing

  • Asheville Hydroponics & Organics 1 year ago

    Good stuff!