Added by on 2017-10-20

Let me share with you how I always have fresh lettuce, inside the comfort of my home for LESS than the cost of store bought (after you DIY build your system). Growing hydroponically simply means we use grow lights and water , along with nutrient solution and rocks, to grow just about anything! You can use this with soil too Here are some organic options: Subscribe here for continual updates: Check out this collection of videos showing the system since it’s inception in 2014: My content is original and I do not copy content of other channels without attribution. I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites.If you shop through my link, you will not have to pay more but it will help me out. Please bookmark my link and shop as usual: Thank you for buying me a new camera (video) : I have used the money from You Tube videos to buy, not only a new camera & lens, but also a tripod, new editing software, and a fast laptop computer to bring you these in-depth “How To” videos. Thanks so much for sharing my videos with your friends and helping me share my passion with the world. Tomorrow’s Garden Electricity Usage Calculator: Square Foot Garden Book: Here are the supplies I used to build my system: *Lights **GE Slimline Lights, 36 inch You can get these on Amazon or Home Depot. HD has a better price ( I will not get credit for your purchase at HD but I want you to do this at a good price! ) . Amazon: Home Depot: Here are the […]

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  • Roby Roby 1 year ago

    Just say hydrophobic

  • Nasir Ahmed 1 year ago

    i like this system

  • John Monroney 1 year ago

    also add a fish tank bubbler with an aeration stone submerged this will supercharge your O2 levels
    the better way for massive yeilds is to float a piece of foam cut to the size of your box and set your net pots into form fitting cut outs. this keeps light off the roots, your solution areateted and droplets of solution always forming on the roots until they submerge. youll double your yeilds

  • Gale Dacalio 1 year ago

    Excellent video, THANKS!

  • Cubby 1 year ago

    Nicely explained and done, you really took your time! Thank you, greetings from the Netherlands!

  • gloria green 1 year ago

    This is the best video on youtube that I have seen in a long time!  You must be a teacher by profession as the way you present the information is concise, organized, detailed, thorough and beautifully presented!  Thank you so much and I can hardly wait to get started!  To maintain beauty and order while growing veggies in the house in such a gift.  Thanks for sharing!

  • Oliver Page 1 year ago

    good system love it! you should try modifying it to a aquaponics system using a fish tank for fertilising

  • Kat D 1 year ago

    Perfect! Thank you!
    Just what I've been waiting to see!

  • Claudeth McK 1 year ago


  • Parveen Swami 1 year ago

    Ma'am how much nutrition required by a single plant daily? how can we find out this for hydroponic system?thanks

  • Allen 1 year ago

    I have been watching YouTube videos for years and this is by far the best video I have seen to date. Great job. You are awesome.

  • Jill Decastro 1 year ago

    Awesome video 🙂

  • voidremoved 1 year ago

    hi glass is better than clay and rock wool is evil so are commercials 😉

  • samir darne 1 year ago

    Lot of extra information not suiting with content

  • Horror Movie Trailers 1 year ago

    You have such a cute voice like that Annelle girl from Steel Magnolia's. Keep up the good work.

  • Betty Garden 1 year ago

    Hi there, I'm growing watercress hydro like you showed me, and there is some problem w the water smelling bad. I used store bought watercress and layed them down on top of the rocks, but a little submerged, and the water stink. any suggestions? I think that I may try growing from seeds since the only part in the water is the roots. but I start to have little plants at the nodes, maybe I can cut them out and put them in those rock wool, maybe? thanks. and the rocks was the same type as yours, I think, bec the description on the cover said what I'd ordered. thanks!

  • Stephanie Whittemore 1 year ago

    Thank you so much for sharing your system! You have created a beautiful way to grow inside a home and your video was done so well. I am in the process of setting one up in my kitchen and I have a quick question. Do I replace the diffuser covers on the light fixtures after changing out the bulbs or leave them off? I am not sure if the diffuser will interfere with the 6500K bulbs' output.

  • Betty Garden 1 year ago

    Do y use rock from a pet store when y first started or do y buy rocks from amazon, and what kind are there? thanks.

  • Betty Garden 1 year ago

    how much clay pebles in litter do I need to fill 12 grow cups like yours. thanks so much!