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Sometimes a great idea comes from a chance encounter. Carole Crimivaroli and her husband George were looking to buy a larger home with some acreage. The house they found in New York’s Hudson Valley came with a greenhouse, and the family decided to begin raising hydroponically grown tomatoes. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsA Vertical Farm Grows In Newark | The Daily 360 | The New York TimesNew York City Rooftop FarmFive College Farms tour of the organic hydroponic heirloom tomato greenhousesHydroponic Tomato Greenhouse, a year-round successStrange Hydroponic Tomato Has Seedlings Growing InsideHow to Setup a home made DWC Hydroponic System To grow Giant Tomato

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  • Kalina Celler 1 year ago

    Hydroponics is a good system but it also have some disadvantage, you need to purchase some "plant food", nutrition and supplements which may be high-priced. Before building any hydroponics system, you need to look at the benefit from aquaponics system, which can automate 95% of work.

  • Monique P. Gagliardi 1 year ago

    Hydroponics is a good system but it also have some disadvantage, you need to purchase some "plant food", nutrition and supplements that can be high-priced. Before building any hydroponics system, you have to consider the benefit of aquaponics system, which can automate 95% of work.

  • Martin Roy Lukwago 1 year ago

    Hello Fantastic Family. Thanks for the video – its surely a knowledge rejuvenating vid. I have one inquiry and i hope i am not being offensive, would you kindly advise me about the cost per unit area of your investment? We could have a one on one discussion through my add –
    I will love hearing from you.
    Cheers, Martin Roy

  • k gomari 1 year ago

    i am intrested recive all file of drawing greenhouse with full material of hydroponic for tomato & cucumber with letus.
    please help me
    with best regards

  • Alfred Owen 1 year ago

    what kind of tomatoes do u find that does the best ?

  • MrJabber22 1 year ago

    Hopefully big agriculture doesn't find a way to shut them down by influencing the state department of agriculture like they do time and again.

  • daniel morrill 1 year ago

    happy gardening an Mary christmas eve to you all
    New York Hydroponic Tomato Farm 

  • Captain Tim 1 year ago

    After 31 years driving truck I am looking forward to working in my greenhouse and do the same as you!!!

  • sdushdiu 1 year ago

    About just about everything except how one can actually grow plants and fruit successfully via hydroponics. Instead we have an add for their products.

  • 1stWorldofFreedom 1 year ago

    I grow duckweed for my fish and chickens plus red worms, crickets they breed fast and chickens love them duckweed has 60% protein vitamins. I use my cut plants and that to make methane gas to burn, use the liquid and solid compost for water in very small amounts and also have a rocket stove with a Stirling generator on it that pumps and make energy great thing it heats the place also…Then my two 15 watt solar panels and home made wind turbine…I over produce

  • xRaIDeNx69 1 year ago

    As you can see from that list he was adding in Nitrates/fertilizer artificially. I doubt that they come from organic sources, I mean I don't know of an entity that produces their Nitrate from organic sources because its not feasible and its harder.
    I have nothing against inorganic farming btw unless the farmers doesn't grow his crops in bucket loads of insecticides and that kind of stuff.

  • StuffFromMe 1 year ago

    yes! 🙂 Actually, I'm going to video doc the next set of plants, however, dont expect any weed! Actually, got any ideas for herbs? I was thinking of growing Arugula maybe some Chard, I love Chard

  • StuffFromMe 1 year ago

    amazing, these are the farms of the future (and now)… you can grow healthy plants 365days a year inside using MI lights, HPS and MH are old and inefficient. Just google "biosonictech" and look at the PAR spectrum those lights offer. MI is the way to go.

  • Clicklc1500 1 year ago

    Add fish, remove the chems and your back to organic. 🙂

    P.S. Mommas eating more than fresh vegies!

  • Rodolfo Valencia 1 year ago

    Me too, well, I'm no IT, but I'm a Photovoltaics technician, a Massage Therapist and stuff, and before that I worked with my Dad's Company and my Uncle's company in landscaping and gardening. I also have been planing on living self sustainably.

  • alistair blair 1 year ago

    @toronstganymede i can do it in the uk temp out side as i write this -2c i have wind turbines which power my green houses and my chickens i also only plant in soil and use chicken manure as my fertalizer and my bees polanate in summer i also have an owl that keeps rodents at bay i am a chemical free farm althogh not organic yet as its to expensive to buy the feed for chickens

  • xRaIDeNx69 1 year ago

    Talk about inorganic farming 😛

  • onefastdart 1 year ago

    This is great ! I live a cross the river in poughkeepsie, do you sell year round? I can't wait to come over.

  • Nini 1 year ago

    I am in IT and I really hate my job. for many years I have been thinking of moving into the Farm business .Thanks for the inspiration.