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The easiest way to grow microgreens indoors. I made a diy grow tent in my kitchen. Indoor gardening for beginners. Now I have microgreens at my fingertips whenever I want them. Easy to build and not expensive. Simple items you can get at the local home improvement center. EBook shows how to grow with non circulating hydroponics: https://www.etsy.com/listing/615008659 David Charest’s channel https://www.youtube.com/user/Damichar Garden Downspout Grow Box seen in my videos: https://www.etsy.com/listing/684362332/garden-downspout Hydroponic nutrients and other hard to find supplies: https://amazon.com/shop/mrduzee1 Disclaimer: Some of these links are affiliate links. As an Amazon affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases. Keep on Growin’ Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/107573573095912/ Music from www.epidemicsound.com #mrduzee1 #thecreatorspotlightshow Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodHydroponic Indoor Grow Tent GrowAce Review | Horticulture Indoor Gardening#25 – How to setup a hydroponic Grow Tent, don’t make beginners mistakes, as seen on TVGrowing Tent Complete Kit For Indoor Gardening & Hydroponics: TopoGrow LED Grow Tent Complete KitHow To Set Up A Grow Tent For Indoor Gardening!My homebuilt grow tent DIY indoor gardening

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18 Comments

  • Diane Raneri 3 months ago

    I purchased a 10' downspout to hydro some lettuces. Has anyone asked about how much a 5' piece of this filled to 3/4 with water/solution? I'm wondering if I can put it on a table on my porch. Will lettuce survive on shaded screen porch in 90 degrees?

  • Creative 7 Inc 3 months ago

    The amount of time, detail and dedication in your whole setup is fantastic! Very inspiring, cheers for the content

  • codeforcontra 3 months ago

    That is seriously impressive.

  • TheShak64 3 months ago

    what substrate are the bean sprouts planted on

  • Matt Garver 3 months ago

    More important than ever given the findings on pesticide presence in grocery vegetables.

  • Donna Estle 3 months ago

    I tried growing micro greens with the Dollar Tree container, grow pad, the wicking method. They sprouted and we’re looking great! Then molded. Help! What should I do differently? Thanks

  • Doug Franklin 3 months ago

    Looks like an easy and cheap setup for indoor gardening. Thanks for sharing this amazing video, Mike. I'm sure glad I'm following you on youtube. Looking forward to more awesome videos.

  • Grow Somethin' with Jeff 3 months ago

    Another great video keep he coming!!

  • We can all be Superhero Dad's 3 months ago

    Hey mate, great video. How many hours per day do you run your lights? Steve

  • MoreChannelNoise 3 months ago

    Even though the lights are LEDs do you find it gets warmer inside ? I mean you wouldn't need any sorce of heat to help the seeds sprout like adding a cheap tungsten bulb or a heat mat ?

  • Joe's GardenNBees 3 months ago

    Always great content Mike.

  • Heather McGuire 3 months ago

    Have you thought of putting a bit of weight on the bean spouts to make the stems thicker?
    I've seen this done in other videos.

  • Timey Lives 3 months ago

    Your intro is so absolutely beautiful! I shared this with Blurb…he's the Gardner in the family I kill everything lol

  • martysgarden 3 months ago

    OOOOh look at that,,,an easy indoor grow tent,,,Cool!
    Loving the style of the show and the content brother….all the best from Australia
    Marty

  • CB's Greenhouse and Garden 3 months ago

    Awesome grow box ya made there Mr. Mike! Simple cheap and easy is priceless! Thanks for showing us how you done all this. Keep up the amazing work and hope you two have a great evening!

  • David Pruitt 3 months ago

    Simple, beautiful and amazing as always. Thank you brother for everything!

  • Jared Peterson 3 months ago

    Thanks! Opens up a whole new thing! I find your little dollar store sprouter amazing!

  • George BearClaw McClure 3 months ago

    First one to comment… thanks for sharing. I just started a setup in my old 80 gal fish tank. Think I am going to cover three sides and floor with that material.