Added by on 2016-11-04

Hello fellow hydroponics, gardening and farming enthusiasts and subscribers! If you have been following my experiments and trials and tribulations about passive hydroponics, then you might be excited (and relieved) that I have finalized the basic Plain 2 Grow System ( Plain2Grow) as Version 4, the FINAL UPGRADE. It’s time to stop experimenting and to start growing! We passive hydroponic folks like it easy, cheap and fuss-free. I am personally trying to encourage the RE-use,RE-cycle and RE-purpose philosophy by using what I have to create the Plain 2 Grow System. My homeschooled son has collected and donated over 2,500 pounds of aluminum cans to the Ronald McDonald House over the last five years. We recycle virtually everything, including our table scraps. I wouldn’t call myself a “tree hugger,” but I see that our world is a throw-away world with very little thought given to the 3 “R’s.” I am concerned about our food supply, our resources -especially water (my son will be producing and publishing a water resource video in the near future) – and future energy innovation. I am also very concerned about freedom, liberty and prosperity for all. I will be posting videos about “Cold Sludge Composting” for making “compost tea.” I use cold composting techniques with a few twists to make an organic liquid nutrient mixture. I will also be posting update videos about the bigger and better pvc pipe greenhouse. Thanks again for subscribing to and following the Plain2Grow System and Plain2GrowJim Youtube channel and have a happy, safe and prosperous 2013! Related Posts[Electro House] DJ Hydroponic X5 : Lets Get StartedPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsOxygen Pot Systems Review – Best Hydroponic Grow SystemNutriculture Hydroponic System Best Hydroponic System For Grow Tents Tent Hydro System Silver BoxSuperPonics 16 – Best Hydroponic Indoor Grow […]

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  • ottawadigs 1 year ago

    regarding the nutrients, do you change the nutrient reservoir at any point in the grow? If so how often?

  • plain2growJim 1 year ago

    Thanks Brad, yeah, I'm bad about not doing that. I'm trimming it back today, in fact. Thanks for watching!

  • Brad Watson 1 year ago

    I'd prune the plant. This might give it more time to thicken up a bit while plant recovers. The tomato plant will send up a runner to replace the main stem. Just my thought..