Added by on 2015-11-14

Inexpensive as in .00. Disassembles for easy storage. You can start seeds in two cell flats which is 144 cells under this design. The video shows you how to easily build your own vegetable grow light station. It is 100% mobile and can be put anywhere in your house. You can save a lot of money by growing your own vegetable garden transplants indoors. New to Gardening? Check out my 2nd Gardening YouTube Channel dedicated to New Gardeners. The videos are longer and more detailed. Each video presents as if you are new to gardening. Join My Google+ Gardening Community called Our Tomato & Vegetable Gardens – we are approaching 1000 world-wide gardeners: or Link from My YouTube Page. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsThe Ultimate LED Grow Light Indoor Garden5 Indoor Grow Light System Ideas // Garden AnswerCFL Grow Light Reviews for Indoor Hydroponics and Indoor Gardening$10 Garden Series #3 – How to Make an Indoor Grow Light Box for Vegetable Seedlings15 Watt Indoor LED Vegetative Grow Light Review & Cucumber Tower | INDOOR GARDENIndoor Garden Using Inexpensive Materials

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  • Lauren Anon 2 years ago

    He kind of overlooks important information about the light spectrum of this grow light. of course this really about the 'station' portion of his project.?

  • Gary Verderamo 2 years ago

    I'm curious, and this is probably a stupid question, but does it have to be a fluorescent bulb? Can we use LED bulbs??

  • Pete R 2 years ago

    slick and cheap like me, LOL Thanks!?

  • Pople BackyardFarm 2 years ago

    good information?

  • Huszar Farms 2 years ago


  • healthforwealth 2 years ago

    how much food did you grow? are their better lights? i heard of red lights, apparently the red light has different wavelength which the plants take in better for photosynthesis.?

  • Lanka 2 years ago

    Isn't F/light

  • Zach Cross 2 years ago

    I built one of these today.

  • Jim Tindall 2 years ago


    Grass planting?

  • Tabatha Fritchman 2 years ago

    Awesome! This worked out great for me – Very easy to put together and is a great system for the money – THANK YOU for the instructions :D?

  • Phyllis M. Wood 2 years ago

    You can use Krylon paint to paint your PVC if you don't like the look of the PVC.

  • Ewa Kalinowski 2 years ago

    Thanks for sharing this idea. I built it. It was fun and easy and cheap.?

  • McLovin McLovin 2 years ago

    Hi Gary, first I just want to say your two channels are awesome, your videos are always to the point and educational, thank you for making them.

    Now a couple of questions for you. I just made this set up with the pvc pipes but I had a real hard time finding a good enough T8 or T12 lamp so I bought a large CFL kit from a local hydroponics shop but it's still not quite big enough for my needs. The T lamps only went as far as 4000K, do you think I could get away using them for the time being until I can track down better bulbs? The lumens were good enough. (I'm aiming to have a set up like yours ready for next spring).

    I did find a 6500K tube light but it was a novelty UV light for teenagers bedrooms, would mixing that with the 4000k lights work do you think?Thanks again, Rob.Edit. I have one of those sodium HID lamps but the heat from it starts to cook the plants within a few minutes, it's about 8 inches from the the tops of the plants, might be more ideal for larger plants but by then they are planted outside, seems like its only good enough for weed growers.?

  • CumberCookie_AD 2 years ago

    Hi Gary, I just wanna say that you're videos are so incredibly instructive and helpful for the beginner gardner! I was just wondering if you knew by any chance how much does it cost (electric bill wise) approximately to keep the grow lights on for the duration of the seed starting? Thanks!?

  • Ted Papesh 2 years ago

    T-12 bulbs are outdated due to short life and poor output I use T-5 HO 56 WATT PLANT LIGHTS. 4 bulbs in the fixture with a huge output of light. Line the area outside the pants with cardboard covered in foil will help with increase of light due to reflecting light that would have been lost outside the area. ?

  • france trottier 2 years ago

    Thanks for the video ,i love it !?

  • Beo Wolff 2 years ago

    thank you for your video.?

  • Coordinator Kingston 2 years ago

    Would you recommend this project or the grow box? You gave an update on the grow box, and its contents are insightful, do you have any similar thoughts for this style??

  • Arib Hassam 2 years ago

    What's the difference between ?8 and t12 ?

  • MsLaylake 2 years ago

    Awesome video!?