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Video #2 from my video series- 1st month update on my Kratky Method, 5 gallon DWC & Compost Tea Hydroponic Experiment. Growing tomatoes in hydroponics. Trying out my new Ponics Pump Related PostsKratky Method-DWC-Compost Tea Hydroponics #5 Hydroponic TomatoesHydroponic Tomatoes: How to Easily Grow Tomatoes Hydroponically (Kratky Hydroponics)Growing Peppers and Tomatoes by a Suspended Pot, Non Circulating Kratky Hydroponic MethodGrowing Hydroponic Tomatoes Indoors Using the Kratky MethodHydroponic Update ~ Dutch Bucket Tomatoes and Kratky Lettucehydroponic gardening how to grow Salvia in Water | kratky method |Indian Hydroponics

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  • borny hitch 10 months ago

    You know you can film what u need to film and then remove that audio, record a new clean voice over in a clean /treated room so that all the people who watch the video doesn't get their ears killed with noise. 🙂

  • Erin Vigil 10 months ago

    What does DWC-Compost tea mean?

  • Growing Answers 10 months ago

    Adding air increases ph. Also, water evaporates faster when it's aeriated. Ive been experimenting with this recently. It's interesting when you think about what happens to the properties of the water when you add air.

  • Attila Rivera 10 months ago

    hello from brasil.
    Instead the compost tea I use comfrey tea!

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  • Mike Disher 10 months ago

    DWC is awesome

  • NightWaves 10 months ago

    Molasses in the compost tea feeds beneficial bacteria that promotes nutrient intake. With molasses and aeration the bacteria grows fast. The plant even uses sugars in it's dextrose factory making energy for the plant growth.

  • Tony Boroni 10 months ago

    I went got son predictor mites I'm running a recuculat ing system with a pump one tote for the medium another for the resivore my plant and soils about 90lb it's hard lifting up and down I had to take plant out flush it because me tank went bad I change water weekly I got a white foam pathegen A non light loving one I used 200mill of benifical bacteria with me base nutrients you have to be careful for some things like faserium will kill it, it's a creamy fungus thAt doesn't need light it won't be killed and will kill u and your plant.

  • Squirrel Attackspidy 10 months ago

    What is the size of the net pot you used for the 5 gallons?

  • Mmbohn1 10 months ago

    Could you please tell me what the brand name of the ponics pump is?

  • multisomebodyelse notme 10 months ago

    thought they drink a lot wen struggling to get nutes depends what the ph an ec was doing while it was getting brown roots ?;)

  • Tony Boroni 10 months ago

    no ph issues like soil maybe ill just grow in water only if ph does not alter

  • Gordon Youd 10 months ago

    The Kratky Method seems clear of browning, I wonder if airborne particles "pollen, microbes, etc" are being introduced into the water via the air pump.
    Just my six-penny worth, as they say in uk.

  • Robert Qvist 10 months ago

    hi, Im currently growing super hot chillis Bhut jolokia and carolina reaper for 2 months using hydroponic kratky (and a airstone) And its growing well! 2 feet high bushy and dark green w Lots of small fruits and flowers. So fun 😀
    But my problem now, is I have to adjust PH 2 times daily! keeps raising from ph 5.5 to 7.5 – 8 Do you have the same problem? Im using a 2 gallon bucket, 1 gallon water at 650 ppm. PH down solution is Phosphoric Acid, and my guess is that the plant itself are consuming the Phosphoric acid, which then raises the PH!? Do you know how or if I can solve this ? 🙂

  • Ebbaneeza feelgood 10 months ago

    Great video tho lovley root system Blood and fish bone rules my garden this year ive tryed manybottle cems and donkey shit neats them all

  • Ebbaneeza feelgood 10 months ago

    Seems like a lot of agro for a few toms ive had night mares with dwc and iws Permaculture not water culture is how mother nature does it she seems to know her stuff

  • william noble 10 months ago

    I bet you kill off a lot of beneficial bacteria when you let the manure dry out. Great video I think I'm gonna try this in the spring.

  • #1NewEnGlandR - 10 months ago

    Ughh for some reason the one with the air pump needs to be topped off way more often, I'm not exactly sure why?! Lol r u fuckn serious you don't know why ???? HINT: LOOK UP THE THE WORD ( evaporation ) !!!

  • Duy Phan 10 months ago

    My Hydroponic tomatoes plant is so skinny 🙁