Added by on 2018-09-29

This system uses one line of sprinklers shooting at 360 degrees, some angled in different ways to get more coverage. Tools required are simple. Hole saw bits, a drill (I had to end up using another one since my cordless ones battery was almost dead), a 4mm wood drill (makes it easy to just shove a 4mm hole into the hose) or just use something else to make the hole. This video just demonstrates how you can quickly whip together a DIY aero system. It ain’t perfect, but it works. Hopefully there’s also shown enough on this video so you can know how to whip together something too and better if you have more time. I only had limited time to to throw this all together. PS. There’s so many funny and fucked up things in this video that perceptive people may notice. Also, to stop some leaks I had to use some tape. Related PostsMake Easy Homemade Aeroponics System With 4 Simple Steps- Gardening TipsAero Pot Aeroponics System Review My new Hydroponics ToyHydroponics growing system: How to build a DIY Aeroponics growing system for indoor growing.How to make an inexpensive low-pressure aeroponics system – Improved version – Part 2How to make an inexpensive low-pressure aeroponics system – Improved version – Part 3DIY Aeroponics System for Growing Marijuana

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  • jimeeb1967 11 months ago

    Everything is black to keep light out. Light is bad for the root system, as it allows for algae growth

  • lvx.eternae 11 months ago

    Does it leak a lot? suitable for indoors?

  • Emoney .TheGreat 11 months ago

    Everything is black, makes it harder to see what you are doing. Other than that, good video.

  • slimmdee 11 months ago

    i appreciate the fact that there wasnt any " glamour girl " editing and you showed that u attempted to start with a low battery.

  • neotoy 11 months ago

    The filming / pacing was a bit rough, but otherwise plenty informative, a fine minimal design. Thanks for posting.