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Follow up and results from my cutting to hydro experiment. Part 1: Planting the cutting in the hydro container – You don’t have to let your tomato plants die at the end of the season. You can take a cutting, root it, and plant it in a hydroponics container indoors for the winter. Get those fresh tomatoes all year long. You might even be able to then take a cutting and put it back in the dirt next spring. That part I will have to try in the spring. I use General Hydroponics 3 part fertilizer: Other stuff: Cheap single air pump: Double air pump: Air tubing: Freaking awesome knife to use in the garden: Related PostsCannabis Grow Results Time Lapse To HarvestHydroponic Tomatoes – The Results of the Wetpot and Anovapot SystemsHydroponic tomatoes Part 2 – Hydro Grow vs HTG vs GenericTour of – Here We Grow – Hadley, MA Hydroponic Store (413) 584-FARMFinal Results – Hydroponic Fertilizer ExperimentCLONING CHERRY GROW TOMATOES PLANTS INDOORS CHEAPER THAN AERO GARDEN HYDROPONIC

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  • Todd Thomas 3 months ago

    I have had great luck using masterblend for tomatoes and lettuce. Very inexpensive too.

  • Earumamaadu 3 months ago

    What don't you make your own fertilizer? General hydroponics are way over priced.

  • Kyle Keifman 3 months ago

    I'm glad you mentioned that your lettuce needs less than the tomatoes. Now I need to separate my tomatoes from the dwc I have them in with my romaine and broccoli. Cool cinematography in the beginning by the way!

  • Jack Black 3 months ago

    1:12 took off the jacket to uncover two more jackets "Much better"

  • Sean Ryan 3 months ago

    Did you check your EC and your pH? Thanks for sharing…

  • Sean McClellan 3 months ago

    “There’s an elephant back there for scale, so you can tell how big these are”. Hahahaha!

  • Ann's 3 months ago

    Oh yeah I've learned that about nutrients and lettuce. I'm growing tomatoes via kratky and using a generic tomato nutrient/fertilizer. So far it's growing really well. After about 3 weeks it's getting blooms. I hope I get tomatoes like yours!!!

  • Hydroponic Gardening & More with Brent 3 months ago

    That is awesome, having cherries during the winter. Forget that snow though!