Added by on 2016-08-29

So this garden is our first attempt at a vertical grow using coco as the primary medium. Obviously it is a lot more stable and well within our comfort zone as opposed to DWC. It is not perfect however and there are still a lot of things that need to be improved on but luckily all of those things have been addressed in the next up and coming grow. Enjoy! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsSFVOG Vertical Grow #1 – Day 38Easy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsHydroponic Garden, 5000w, 2 strain 30 site ebb N grow bucket systemYet Another Vertical Grow UpdateUS city adopts eco-friendly ‘vertical farming’

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  • FARBEN LOS 1 year ago

    ami comerzial shit

  • Joseph Vo 1 year ago

    Man, that's really a dope setup! I'm really interested in the wood frame for the vertical. Can you please give me the dimension of the frame? Thanks in advance.

  • papageorgio's420organics 1 year ago

    What was the yield per light off this run? 

  • Erik “Rough Cut” Coleman 1 year ago

    This style of growing vertically is awesome. I love seeing a fast paced progressive growing style.

    1 question: How does a hobby grower go about the initial setting up? If one is to follow state law of CA for example 6 mature plants?

  • SirSly420 1 year ago

    I'm hoping to see this one through to the end keep these vids coming bro it's very interesting to see a different style of growing . Peace 

  • tear from the clouds 1 year ago

    some big ass coals for SFV…i agree with giving them more time between transplant and flower to lower stress, but your getting more dialed with this grow(compared to your other previous vertical grows)…i think you will kill it in the future!!!

  • marco flores 1 year ago

    i think you should throw a blanket ontop of the buds to reflect some of that lost light,obviously not ontop of the lights but you are right your loosign lots of precuios light. maybe the added reflection will give those streessed babies some love. i think you should cover up the roots with more coco really blanket those puppies to make them feel welcome

  • 420 KushPharm 1 year ago

    nice looking vert.
    never considered doing a grow that way.

  • jglassman1122 1 year ago

    Have you ever had deficiency or burn around wk2/3 of flower with the sfvog. I switched from soil to promix/sunshine mix running conni ph perfect and now have had this issue 2 times now. Any advice appreciated thanks. 

  • 1dopebloke 1 year ago

    What do u think about some T5's along the back side wall? I figure it would kinda be like the under lighting in Medicroppers garden n would just give a lil bit of growth to that back side. Just a question. Thx n they look bomb. 

  • everFaded2012 1 year ago

    lmfao , there are actually unknowns critiquing the legend that is sub lbc , lol , smashin it sub love the vids

  • prndownload 1 year ago

    It looks like a very decent little grow still. A lot of well lit nugs, maybe the yield will surprise you. What it proves is that if you can get the right kind of veg done and training dialled in, it could be something special. Some strains are also probably better suited to vertical than others.

  • Eco water restoration 1 year ago

    The quality is awesome the yield might not be the best bust nonetheless, quality!

  • JAHGIFT420 1 year ago

    Wow I want to try this. Fat tops everywhere along the inside walls of the room and light hits the plant from top to bottom its pretty dope bro.

  • Das Ginge 1 year ago

    mmmmm those fat calyxes. that bud at 7:15 was gorgeous

  • DeadHeadGrower 1 year ago

    whats up sub i have an og cutt that im  using a two part synthetic base in soiless, my stems always turn deep red is this from cold water feedings or a mineral issue? what would be a good thing to only feed in veg