Added by on 2019-09-07

Brad Buttrick from Hidden Harvest Grow Lights and I spoke about how the world will need to move agriculture indoor as the Grand Solar Minimum intensifies. This will include increased UV, out of season storms hot and cold both, more cosmic rays and heavy winds. *Full Spectrum Daylight White Led Grow light drawing 36 Watts *Indoor farming *Grand Solar Minimum intensification *How global climate is shifting and where it will shift next *Types of vegetables and plants you can grow indoor *Decreasing Total Solar Irradiance *Cosmic Rays and the effect on plant growth *Increasing levels of UV as the magnetosphere weakens *How get started growing your own food indoors (microgreens) *Wheatgrass, Moringa, Goji and other superfoods Hidden Harvest YT Channel Hidden Harvest HOME *** ADAPT 2030 True Leaf Market Link *** ***Grand Solar Minimum Book of the Day*** Gardening When It Counts: Growing Food in Hard Times Designed for readers with no experience and applicable to most areas in the world except the tropics and hot deserts. This book shows that any family with access to 3-5,000 sq. ft. of garden land can halve their food costs using a growing system requiring just the odd bucketful of household waste water, perhaps two hundred dollars worth of hand tools. *** Today’s Story Links *** Australian crop losses wheat and hay Agro news of crop losses globally Global TSI dropping TSI forecast to 2030 THE DAWNING OF MODERN MINIMA BY THE YEAR 2035/40 Across the Arctic, lakes are leaking dangerous greenhouse gases Frost damage dashes farmers’ hopes of record harvest, as Perth shivers through chilly night Temperatures plunge up to 10 degrees below average across Australia’s south WESTERN AUSTRALIA: CROPS PUNISHED BY TWO DEVASTATING FROSTS IN A MATTER OF […]

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  • Forage Forage 8 months ago

    I've worked with solar for a number of years..and I can tell you that even on cloudy panels still produce.. obviously not as much when sunny. In fact.. I've actually monitored and measured energy on a brightly moon lit night. I suggest..that if some of your growing energy needs require electricity, and you're doing this via solar.. try to devise systems in a way that your need is greatly minimized. I've used those bright white sheets of construction board to reflect light into a panel on very cloudy days and definitely see increased energy collection.
    At the extreme low end of the spectrum would be a static Kratky like system or some minimized soil set up..for short cycle edible greens ..where your need would be to power up low energy lighting, during the hours you could collect what you can collect. ..From there you have all kinds of variations of energy needs and that's where the rubber sort meets the road right?.

  • Mary Miller 8 months ago

    What am I missing? If the power is off, this system does not work unless you hav generator. Correct? Thanks for these tutorial/ info spots, much appreciated.

  • Mary Miller 8 months ago

    Our maple trees….nW montana…were about half seed/leaves. Seeds would fall to the ground typically for about a week, in late spring. These seeds came down all summer, and there are still seeds in the trees. Absolutely profound amt. Of seeds

  • james vickery 8 months ago

    I am interested in buying micro greens and I want to ask is this lighting LEDs? please comment

  • bbruce995 8 months ago

    must be popular, the grow lights are already sold out ….one question i have is, are they available to be shipped to canada?

  • Winifred Coffefe 8 months ago

    i am in ohio and the amount acorns coming off my trees are out of control

  • peter macleod 8 months ago

    to save space you could attach them to the walls of your house

  • peter macleod 8 months ago

    i guess you could have lots of solar panels and collect from a lagre area that would make sence but it be very expencive

  • peter macleod 8 months ago

    if your saying there wont be enough sunlight to grow plants how will used poor effecency solar pannel to power led lighting be more effecent than just have plants out side or am i missing something and being stupied

  • Insane Orange 8 months ago

    How does pollination work if no insects?

  • Monster Man 8 months ago

    A bit more proof that what David is saying is infact true….

  • Kimo Alopeke 8 months ago

    Hey Brad. I love my Hidden Harvest grow light. I have four, I need four more. When are you going to have them in stock again?

  • DIY Solar Homestead 8 months ago

    I just ordered the second light. I will get 3 more from Santa

  • matthew kyle 8 months ago

    Thank you for sharing this information take care stay safe keep up the great work.

  • tsx3214 8 months ago

    Great series…things to think about for sure!
    My yard produces more dandelions for free, without any work, than I'll ever need.

  • I don't want a channel I'm just commenting 8 months ago

    Legumes collect nitrogen fixing bacteria. Where was the mildew on the peas?

  • Scott Bros 8 months ago

    Great LED system.
    I remember way back how confusing the claims and counter claims about lighting systems and all the sales pitches went on about why the other guys systems were inferior and others saying that was backwards and not true.
    It all comes down to not having full spectrum wavelengths.
    Problem solved and explained…