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Finally Completed my dual DIY hydroponic setup this year. It took a lot of planning and a ton of work. I’m glad to have it completed now i get to share with with everyone else. Hydroponic video series is about my experience growing hydroponic tomatoes and peppers. I used MaxiGrow and MaxiBloom by general hydroponics for nutrients. FaceBook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GoToHydroponics Video Rating: / 5 Hydroponic Tomatoes at Sweetgrass Farms, growing nicely. Friday, Nov. 26th, 2016 Related PostsHydroponics Self Sustaining – Hydroponic Tomato Dual System 1:3Hydroponics Self Sustaining – Hydroponic Tomato Dual System 1:3Hydroponics Self Sustaining – Hydroponic Tomato Dual System 1:2Hydroponics Easy Self Sustaining – Beginners DIY Tomato Drip System part 1Hydroponics Easy Self Sustaining – Beginners DIY Tomato Drip System part 5, Jalapeno harvestSelf Sustaining, Economic Hydroponic Garden Build

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5 Comments

  • Marzouq Humoud 7 months ago

    When do you turn on the air pumps are they switched on for 24 hours or less ?
    Were you using the 1400 min ppm from the begininh and on each growth you increased right ?
    How often you change the water ?
    Do you notice the ppm goes down after a few days ?
    Was the ph going up&down fixed when you emptied the buckets ?
    Thanx for sharing

  • Aline Mcfadden 7 months ago

    thank you

  • Aline Mcfadden 7 months ago

    can you tell me the nutrients you are using for each.I have problem with peppers. ppm?

  • blondestrainger 7 months ago

    What drip emitters do you use ?

  • JS∞ 7 months ago

    In fish tanks people use driftwood or peat moss for steady long term ph reduction, though they aren't really instant. Cool setup!