Added by on 2016-06-24

Cabbage and lettuce in the floating raft setup. The non-aerated Growing system, and looking great. I planted lettuce and cabbage 3 weeks ago , As for any algae issues non-aerated is perfect, no algae at all cuz the raft covers the water so no light gets to it. Thank you for watching hope it helped in some way. Please help me to publish this video! Share it on Facebook, Twitter,Reddit,Google+ and Blogs, Embed it in your site …Thanks a lot! My Facebook ▶ YouTube Like page ▶ Twitter ▶ My Tumblr ▶ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy $5 Homemade Hydroponics System DIY in 5 Minutes Kratky MethodEasy Hydroponics Anybody Can Do This At Home – Kratky MethodWeek 3 Hydroponic Update – Kratky Method – HUGE growthHydroponics Homemade Growing System | Kratky Method | Chocolate Bhutlah | Nutrient Test | #4Hydroponics Homemade Growing System | Kratky Method | Chocolate Bhutlah | Nutrient Test |Off the grid hydroponics: the Kratky method

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  • Christopher Andrews 1 year ago

    Hello, How do you manage the nutrient solution? I'm having trouble to know when I have to add just water and when I have to add water plus nutrient solution? Do you usually change the whole mixture?

  • Wilko Inaka 1 year ago

    what fertilizer did u used? ppm and ph?
    nice plants u have there 🙂
    im starting now this system :)

  • ACFPonics 1 year ago

    Looks good! Not floating raft though. 🙂 Watch your cabbage, it will out grow your lettuce and take up all the water. 🙂 Good luck! :)

  • Derek Jay 1 year ago

    Looking good.  Have you tried to grow in a rubber maid tote?  I'm planning to do that first before I start a big grow.

  • Daniel Silva 1 year ago

    Really nice, i starting a Channel to please take a look tell me what you think 🙂
    Just subscribed to your channel and im going to see more of your videos, hope you do the same for me.
    Good luck and good day.

  • Dale Calder 1 year ago

    Good looking lettuce ready to eat. 

  • groovesme 1 year ago

    Pretty cool!  A real blessing.

  • Alberta Urban Garden Simple Organic and Sustainable 1 year ago

    everything looks great my friend!

  • Gardening & More 1 year ago