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A quick introductory tour of the basement garden before planting. Shows the layout of all of the growing sections with a brief description of each. Get our LED Grow Light Engines for your DIY LED light build: Basic layout in the 13ft x 40ft basement contains a rockwool slab section with drip irrigation for long term crops like tomatoes, cucumbers and bell peppers. As well as a propagation/seedling table, 3 NFT (Nutrient Film Technique) tables and a table for hydroponic strawberry plants, setup under drip irrigation on rockwool slabs. The LED grow lights are of my own design, something that I’ve been working on for a few years now and for which was awarded a US Patent. Stay tuned for more videos which will describe each part of the garden in detail. Thanks for watching! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPart 2 – Propagation Table – Basement Hydroponic LED Garden TourPart 8 – LED Grow Lights – Basement Hydroponic LED Garden TourTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMChandigarh, Pinjor Garden Educational TourAbout Me & Why I’m Doing This – Basement Hydroponic LED Grow Light GardenBasement Hydroponic Tower Garden Version 2.0

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  • Green Crack 1 year ago

    ChilLED Hydroponics I would like to purchase a few leds from you guys after watching growmau5 videos

  • Edan Vangruber 1 year ago

    How were you able to buy the HydroCycle 9'' Pro NFT 7' length channel and lid from farmtek ? Did you you customize your order or did you manually trim the plastics?

  • Jeff Mounce 1 year ago

    Very nice setup. Been doing a few d.i.y. systems over the past few years. Nothing as intricate as this. Started out as just trying to duplicate a small kitchen set up. Had good success with lettuce and herbs. On my outdoor systems had great success with squash, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and strawberries.

  • andre ianni 1 year ago


  • KiloHeathen 1 year ago

    Are you not concerned about getting the light source closer to the plants? I feel goofy telling you this since you seem to know what you are doing, but you know that the intensity of the light source gets exponentially higher the closer the light is to the plant, right? Maybe you know something I don't?

  • Nathaniel Shalom 1 year ago

    i love to see this piece of art.
    wonderful job.
    Question; why did you choose to place the led lights 4 feet above all the plants?

  • Patty Haber 1 year ago

    Amazing! It's my dream garden! I can't afford to go to MIT to figure out how to do this myself…haha. I made my own little aeroponic mister and am proud of that, but I will be aiming for a setup like yours. I also have an autoimmune issue and want to be more self-sustaining and healthy. You are my hero! ;)

  • Zack Covington 1 year ago

    Are you a robot…i dont believe the motion made in this video is possible without being a robot.

  • Mtnberner 1 year ago

    I never comment on anything ever, but I have to give you props on your room design and the design of your water cooled lights, you are very talented, keep up the hard work.

  • 18 25 1 year ago

    amazing grow facility, wish i had one like that !

  • Jeff W 1 year ago

    Wonderful facility! Well thought out and super clean build! Where did you find that sink? Awesome…….

  • Mihai Gheorghe 1 year ago

    Amazing videos and technology

  • Yoris Bosman 1 year ago

    This is amazing. I am so glad growmau5 told his subs to come check you out. Much respect, appreciate what you are doing.

  • bossplaya 1 year ago

    so your gonna grow some weed right????? lol

  • FrostyWorks303 1 year ago

    That room cost more than most people's home.

  • Koby Wiebe 1 year ago

    You have spend an aweful much into the technologies and controlers. It lookls great though. Would love see more how to's. What lights are you using and how do you control humidity?

  • lucasmetro 1 year ago

    Saw the ad, just came in here to say nice video. I feel that you should have put out more videos before you started advertising to give people more substance and thus be more willing to subscribe after seeing a continuos reliable flow of videos. Also your video suffered from an extreme lack of editing and planning, either get really good at one or both or have a small YouTube channel forever. Best wishes, Lucas Huerta