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If you’re interested in growing microgreens like I do, I wrote a book on it. It’s at this link at in my store: https://amzn.to/2ZZdkJb. After my Maximum Microgreens Pea Grow, this has been the most rewarding grow! I didn’t think Amaranth would take to hydroponics, but it did fantastic in hydroponic nutrient film technique (nft). I feel like the total weight is a good one too. _______________________________________ Check out my Amazon Store. It contains everything that I use in all of my gardening & more adventures including microgreens and hydroponics. So, when I talk about anything that interests you and you think, “Hummm, where can I get that?” Well, it’s all right here, you pay nothing extra for using it, and it’s always updated! https://www.amazon.com/shop/hydroponicgardeningmorewithbrent If you have questions, or just want to chat about anything, you can contact me at c3voyage@gmail.com. DISCLAIMER: This video and description may contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links or my amazon storefront, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support my channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. The best thing about it is that it doesn’t add a penny to your purchase price! Thank you for the support! Music: Up Above by Letterbox Clover 3 by Vibe Mountain Safety Net by Riot If you love to travel or RV, we do too! Here’s Gina and my travel channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCokJwInSPvjngMOaNDtRyBg Related PostsMicrogreens | Dandelion (Hydroponic)Hydroponic Microgreens: Do Nutrients Matter?How to build an Indoor Growing Hydroponic Rack for Microgreens and Culinary HerbsDowntown business growing microgreens, spices sustainably using hydroponic systemGrowing Microgreens – Hydroponic Method Part 1 – Planting Micro GreensTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARM

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  • Hydroponic Gardening & More with Brent 1 week ago

    If you're interested in growing microgreens like I do, I wrote a book on it. It's at this link at in my store: https://amzn.to/2ZZdkJb.

  • Bonnie Hoke-Scedrov 1 week ago

    Hey Brent, would love to see a live grow packed for sale in a video. Please let us know if that will work for you. Thanks! Great video, by the way!

  • Jon Ho 1 week ago

    that vinyl mesh screen looks awesome! where did you get it from? thanks in advance

  • Casey Kelso 1 week ago

    is that 10×14 per inch screen?? thanks

  • Tammy-Lynn Stewart 1 week ago

    I love your vids! I eat the roots in some of the microgreens I grow (only grow for me at this time, crazy amount of trouble selling anything to eat where I live)

  • Claudio J Tracchia 1 week ago

    Great job Brent, Have you consider to harvest all roots included do to be a medialess system, it is possible to introduce it to a market that way. Thanks for your time

  • zjmorris1 1 week ago

    Where do I get a hold of this silicone screen youre using?

  • robert mellett 1 week ago

    would you consider using a jute felt because of the small seed

  • David Langan 1 week ago

    Your NFT approach for this grow seems to work very well, but it requires a good bit more setup than the Kratky approach used in an earlier microgreen grow (with similar lower tray for water delivery by either approach). Did you notice any particular advantage in using the NFT versus the simpler Kratky? David from Mobile AL

  • David Langan 1 week ago

    FYI: 1 Kilogram is 1000 grams so if it shows .680 Kg (as it did in video), then you have 680 grams. Big fan here!! David from Mobile AL

  • Chris Jewitt 1 week ago

    Always a nice job! Have you covered paper towel underneath the screen for amaranth? I bought a bunch of stuff on your shop a couple weeks ago per your FAQ video. Hope to get great grows like this too.

  • Riley Gilroy 1 week ago

    Oh couple more questions….MSRP per oz. that you're selling for? Verses cost per oz. of seed? Aka profit margin?

  • Riley Gilroy 1 week ago

    Why not use a filet knife to "skin" the greens off the silicon mat? im seeing a LOT of material left on the "top" side of the silpad. Have you had any success in using or finding a way to use the roots? French fried, etc?

  • Henry Withoot 1 week ago

    Just an idea i had, instead of the screen inside the tray.
    What about a "weaven placemat"?

    There are many variation on the market.
    I'll gues these are very easy to find.

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 1 week ago

    The winters farmers market here in Memphis is amazing Brent. I’m learning a lot about micro greens from one of the vendors there. Great deal of money to be made in that space. I may be calling you come spring time to pick your brain. I’ll be building a system to start producing them.
    Chuck

  • In the garden with Papa - Harold 1 week ago

    Good looking cropping Brent. Enjoyed all your videos this year and look forward to following along next year and learn some more gardening hydroponically.

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family.
    Cheers
    Harold

  • CoreysCave 1 week ago

    Absolutely fantastic, great job!

  • Robert Davis 1 week ago

    hows this stuff taste bud

  • David Newton 1 week ago

    14×14 inch silicone sheets. So you used 2 cut to size for a 1020 tray correct?

  • mrfind1 1 week ago

    so 3oz of seeds to 24oz of plant not including 20oz of roots. now that is ROI!!!!