Added by on 2019-10-22

This is the final update of the low pressure aeroponics system that I made for 2017. The plant I grew was a Helios Habanero. You can see the build video here: The one I made for 2016 is here: Related PostsFinal Kickstarter Update, 2.0 Version of Art Garden, NEW High Pressure Aeroponics & Thermal JacketLow pressure aeroponic system version 2 – Progress update #1Low Pressure Aeroponics System Pt 1High Pressure Aeroponics System Components ExplainedTime Lapse of Bhut Assam in DIY low pressure aeroponics systemTrue Aeroponics System. What Pressure to use for Misters? And Why?

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  • denish 7 months ago

    Peter, that was very informative. Perhaps I'll go with an arrangement like dutch bucket with a reservoir to check the quality of water and doing away the flood and drain arrangement. I intend to keep three sprouts in each bucket . Pump size will have to be changed. Thank you so much for giving the video and all the later updates.

  • wm1989 7 months ago

    You really need to speak a little more clearly.

  • SpudLab 7 months ago

    da roots on dat


    Now build a vertical aeroponics system.Tower garden

  • StayPinned Adventures 7 months ago

    What was the spray time schedule you used?

  • Trent VK4FCIO 7 months ago

    Really cool.

  • Matt Garver 7 months ago

    Experimental hydroponics are fascinating, and you did excellent with your low pressure aeroponics system!  With the upper spray chamber and lower highly-aerated circulation chamber, you seem to have addressed fast early growth and the ability to later feed large plants.  Overall, your hybrid hydroponics method is very impressive.

  • Anthony Tran 7 months ago

    It's was pretty rad Peter. THX for sharing this.

  • Alfred Tanious 7 months ago

    Thank you so much Peter for sharing, amazingly crazy results. I was hoping you can she some light on how were you feeding the plant and the nutrients used in this project, I am planning to copy it for next season.
    Thanks again

  • Jared Mccutcheon 7 months ago

    I enjoyed watching this project from start to finish Peter. I built an aeroponic cloner earlier this year in a big tote and it's amazing how well plants grow that way. I was thinking of making a version of your aeroponic bucket system,but in a 55 gallon drum and see if the jumbo size makes any difference.

  • Rev John O'Toole 7 months ago

    I wonder why the root ball is so big and involved. one would think that the reason a plant puts out more roots generally is to capture more water and nutrients,. but this way of growing gives the plant more than what it should need, so why such a root system, could it be that plant was not getting what it needs?

  • Duse and Kara 7 months ago

    Love growing, really like all your vids. Great job and thx

  • Rev John O'Toole 7 months ago