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Omega Garden rotary grow systems are going to be one of the solutions we will use moving into the grand solar minimum as we move regional food production indoors. Weather patterns are already becoming unstable and crop losses are being seen on every continent. The solutions will require a wide range of ideas to shift growing zones and agriculture production. Omega Garden’s rotary grow system will be one. #022 Omega Garden Rotary Hydroponics System & Farmdominium: Ted Marchildon Libsyn Don’t get caught un-prepared stock up on survival food today! Make Money Now Off Weather Predictions Here – Landing Rid Your Body of Unwanted Toxins Now! Home Support ADAPT 2030 on PATREON ADAPT 2030 Mini Ice Age FB Page Content Provided by David DuByne You can also find this Mini Ice Age Conversations podcast on iTunes / Stitcher Radio / Soundcloud Related PostsMini Indoor Garden – Self watering Hydroponics Indoor Herb Garden; Small Herb Garden⟹ DIY 55 gallon self watering vertical garden planter | How to build start to finish!Indoor Farming Which you Can Do Yourself- Grand Solar Minimum Agriculture (596)Are indoor vertical farms the future of agriculture? | Stuart OdaFuture Farming: Indoor farming provides alternative to traditional agricultureWhat does Johnny’s Seed think about the future of indoor agriculture?

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  • Jack Crowley 2 years ago

    very cool thanks I've resubscribed because solutions like these thaks.

  • Steven Krum 2 years ago

    I know someone will come and say thats dumb, and heres why…if what David Talbott says is true about our past solar system order, then we were in a glow state plasma for light, not a directional as now, is there a way to get a greenhouse(or other) set up to provide a glow state plasma light source? I know argon part of our air, thats what made me think on it.

  • Erik Pinter 2 years ago

    I'm not the smartest person but this would be used for leafy type of foods and not pollination for tomatoes, peppers, strawberries, beans, peas, etc…. looks like from the spin they would break apart from the fruit weight….lettuce is simple to pollinate just tap the flower stalk with all the flowers or put a fan in front on low just enough to move the plants a bit.

  • Frk K 2 years ago

    I just found out last year that China is so polluted it has no bees. all of their crops that do not get pollinated by the wind have to be done by hand. Shows you how polluted their country is.

  • blueridgemtns10 2 years ago

    I've always wondered if the nutrition in the plant is the same as when grown in the natural earth. Any thoughts?

  • Donald Best 2 years ago

    Just get some bees. They will find flowers when they are around. Bring them indoors if need be, to pollinate the indoor plants. Honey will be fetching a great price.

  • SAM MAX 2 years ago

    what's the latest weather update? june is almost here…

  • travelerwithstyle 2 years ago

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  • Alex Fergus 2 years ago

    Your link doesn't work

  • Jim Shaul 2 years ago

    how about we stop the companies that are not only making the pesticides but the companies and people using them. there's no such thing as a safe pesticide or herbicide they are poison's. companies like Cargill and Monsanto are enemies to the Earth and everything that lives on it.

  • Edward Marchildon 2 years ago

    I will have a new time lapse video soon showing tumbler tomatoes fruiting with just 43 watts total power consumption. That is just 2.3 watts per sq ft surface growing area. A commercial greenhouse operation supplements daylight with 16 watts per sq ft surface growing area. Water consumption is only 0.5 liters per day so far, though I do expect it to increase somewhat. These tomatoes get almost billiard ball size, and the plant grows unusually strong due to the rotational stress similar to exercise for humans. We will have a grain system soon, as well as a root vegetable model. The vine type plants are suspended with a simple lattice. Many medium sized fruit and vegetables can be grown this way.

  • Val Brooker 2 years ago

    There is a very good reason why these things are not taken up commercially… they are prone to total crop losses if you get the nutrient and chemical mix even a tiny bit wrong.

  • Ron Taylor 2 years ago

    seems like any vegetables growing on the plants would break off the stem as the
    drum rolls.

  • R Gile 2 years ago

    I want one of these running off solar and getting water from my well.

  • frankie schroeder 2 years ago

    Well, certainly you're talking about letting plants go to seed, not harvesting, in the case of pollination. At least in relation to greens. Certainly "aint nobody growing melons in a contraption like that".

  • Paul Smith 2 years ago

    What about the necessary nutrients? The rotary grow system is a hydroponic system. It requires that the nutrient solution be changed periodically. Where is a sustainable source of these nutrients?
    + if so much of the world goes underground because of frigid weather. Where is the electrical source? Rivers freeze; no hydro power. Windmills get coated with ice and don't turn. No sun, no solar power. Open pit coal mines freeze up. Railroads can't run…
    Grim, grim.

  • WOW… they already know that they are killing off the pollinators and instead of banning the herbicides and chem trails, now this… WTF! And I am sure that this all will be automated as well. The culling off of mankind. So much is wrong here.

  • MrLarry1702 2 years ago

    You have done great work in alerting many to climate changes but I am concerned you are falling into an error when you start thinking you can grow more than leaves in this rotary growing system. I want a video showing actual seed production ( not just flowers) under these conditions not a wave of the hand that they can grow other crops that produce fruit like tomato and peppers, root crops like beet and potatoes. It is hard enough to tend plants in a green house where you can control cross contamination of diseases and molds with individual plant care. Hydroponics has its limitations in producing wholesome crops . We need to be focusing on sustainabole and diverse genetics in seed production to go farward. I agree covered and tempered growing will be very important.

  • Thomas Steele 2 years ago

    I have young cherimoya trees and have to hand pollinate the flowers because my area has no natural pollinators. mature trees are different but mine are not at that stage yet

  • Melody Lyons 2 years ago

    Sir, I saw these when they first came out and they really  went by the wayside. People moved on past this method for the most part. Aeroponics,  pronounced arrowponics, is the fastest ponic method to grow, but they recommend more experienced growers. Vertical gardening comes in many forms, and is very popular. The ebb and flow or the dutch bucket systems are popular.