Added by on 2018-07-24

Darlene came out to help in the greenhouse again! I’ve been so busy building new greenhouses that I have fallen behind in the lettuce house! This is how we “transplant” in hydroponics. It’s a lot of fun! Take a look and let me know what you think! Chuck Related PostsTransfering Seedlings from Rockwool to Hydroponic SystemHow To Transplant A Dirt Plant Into A Hydroponic SystemHydroponic Tomato Seedlings in DIY system T5 lightingHOW TO HARVEST HYDROPONIC TROUGHSHow to plant seedlings in a hydroponics systemPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living Walls

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18 Comments

  • SleestaksRule 4 months ago

    Cool shirt. I love what you are doing. Big smile on my face after watching this!

  • Chhong Norbu Sherpa 4 months ago

    hi shall i get job ?

  • Andy Baciocco 4 months ago

    Hey Chuck! @ 5:54 on the video there's a trough that has really tight spacing. How is that one used as opposed to the ones that have 8" spacing? Love you videos! Blessings to you and Darlene!

  • Mojo Blades 4 months ago

    Loving your videos guys, learning so much and this system is so simple, can't wait to try it! One question though, if i can see correctly, you are putting your seedlings in the system still with the soil, right? Does this cause any problems down the line, clogging the filters, or the pump?

  • Greg Jeworski 4 months ago

    What are you using for channels? And where did you purchase them

  • Greens & Gills Greenhouse - G3 4 months ago

    Hey Chuck I have another question. Are you using the Essential Plus when you do your seeding in the Oasis foam?

  • Mike VanDuzee 4 months ago

    Very cool! I have been using the downspout like a Kratky non circulating set up. I like seeing them in a regular NFT! Subbed your channel, going to check out your other videos.

  • Donia Gonzales Copeland 4 months ago

    Really great seedlings turning into plants.

  • freaky geak 4 months ago

    she did real good as camera lady even if non of it was down side up 😀 thanks for sharing

  • lovers4healthylife 4 months ago

    Your growing system is awesome and amazing to watch. Your veggies always look so healthy. 🙂

  • Don't be late for dinner Belle! 4 months ago

    Yes we love your wife's energy. Enjoy watching it come along, my favorite is when your wife cheers on the plants. Till next time guys. Belle.

  • Kenny Beans 4 months ago

    Hey Chuck! I am right around 3 weeks seed to harvest. What pH level do you keep it around? And for the MB I am using 10g 10g 5g for each 5 gals in my res. What amount are you using for masterblend? Loving the setup! And I got half a harvest and it was about 3 pounds. Seems the family loves it too because they always grab some as they walk by! I might have to make a greenhouse outdoors as I have this setup indoors great room by the living room! 🙂 Thanks again and keep up the videos! This is a great growing method and love how fast they grow back after a harvest!

  • A Beautiful Nest TV 4 months ago

    That was fun to watch!! Love the way you grow!

  • In the garden with Papa 4 months ago

    Chuck nice to see Darlene planting and making sure the plants they don't get fungied!! You have certainly starting to maximize the space in the greenhouse. It looks so organized in the troughs. That cabbage is amazing to see how large it is in those troughs. I like the clothes pin idea of markers.

    Cheers
    Harold

  • Greens & Gills Greenhouse - G3 4 months ago

    It's so great to see your family all working together. I'm looking at the grow media Oasis you are using. What size is working best?
    Thanks, Von

  • Jesse Meyer 4 months ago

    Your full grown butthead lettuce convinced me to try this type of hydroponics. What I like most about how you guys did it is how clean it keeps this way.

  • Jesse Meyer 4 months ago

    Your southern accents are nice and warm. I always enjoy your videos 🙂

  • Little Bean's Garden 4 months ago

    loved the team work! That is what i call success! LOL that cat had me in suspense thinking if it was going to claw the green house or at least try 🙂