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Almost done now, plumbing is done, top trays done and more. Next video will be of an operational system. Flood tray in this video is here Full parts list will come in a future video. Video Rating: / 5 The Italian tomato is prized around the world, but its reputation has soured in recent years over reports of mafia infiltration, slave labour and toxic fires that poison water sources. Southern Europe’s biggest hydroponics farm is out to change all that, by growing pesticide-free crops in environmentally friendly greenhouses — and getting bees to do the hard work. Abonnez-vous à la chaîne de l’AFP, et pensez à activer les notifications 🔔 Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsNew Home Scale Indoor Vertical Hydroponics Farm – Part FourNew Home Scale Indoor Vertical Hydroponics Farm – Part ThreeNew Home Scale Indoor Vertical Hydroponics Farm – Part FourVertical Farm – Indoor At Home 3ft x 3ftBuilding a Vertical Hydroponics Farm (Part 1) – DIYLarge Scale Aquaponics Farm (Greenhouse, 1 million pounds of food & 35000 fishes, Cold Water)

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  • Mike Centex 4 months ago

    You’re about to be knee deep in lettuce my friend!

  • Will Bajak 4 months ago

    I could be wrong but watering your micro greens 12 times a day seems like a lot. I grow mine on hemp fabric and and bottom water once a day for 2 min.

  • David Wangbichler 4 months ago

    What brand NSF shelving do you use? I like the casters…. Waiting on your parts list. Great channel and TSP

  • JLinz29 __ 4 months ago

    The system looks great Jack! I appreciate you sharing it with us

  • Dennis Alan City Boy Homesteader 4 months ago

    TSP Question for Jack… lol
    Looking great! I am thinking of doing this in in a big south facing window in my cafe for some of our greens. Not sure if I missed thins but why are you moving the water and not regular Kratky? I thought I saw on one of the videos from Kratky that the bubbling water didn't produce any more yield. Also, could it be easier to move the whole board to the next stage of growing instead of taking out the individual pods? I imagine they'll be a bunch of roots that will be a pain to put in those little holes.

  • Chris 4 months ago

    love the chris stapleton in the background. Have you looked into using the 9W and 14W LEDs from Dollar tree?.. super cheap and due to LEDs.. they are very cost effective to run long term.

  • James White 4 months ago

    Loving this series. Wondering if you'd be interested in an experiment of Kratky vs raft in your system? Rafts don't have Kraty's air-gap, but you're aerating the water, so does aeration obviate the need for an air-gap? Monitoring water levels is far less critical for rafts, so could be simpler to operate long term. Pre-fab 2'x4' rafts are available on Amazon Beaver Plastics Lettuce Raft 28-3 Pack.

  • Bill Bruggink 4 months ago

    Hi Jack – what is the white sheet product you are using to hold your net cups?

  • Joshua Sloan 4 months ago

    Sweet. Love it.

  • Sherin Jass 4 months ago

    Com richiedere il visto Prego

  • ahvidaneidavirgilluminous 4 months ago

    They use liquid minerals and chemicals, ph etc… a guy said, veggies grown in traditional soil better choice