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We’ll demonstrate how to use a seed tray to start seeds for hydroponic systems, and how to prepare the seedlings for placement in a hydroponic system. Related PostsHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesStarting Seeds For Our Indoor Hydroponic Garden!How To Make Cheap Glass Jar Hydroponic Kratky System – Starting Seeds – Complete: Step by Step GuideTower Garden Starting Your SeedsStarting Tower Garden SeedsTypes of Plugs for Starting Seeds in Commercial Vertical Hydroponics

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20 Comments

  • Conqwiztadore22 4 years ago

    i dont have all that kind of fancy equipment

  • Bebe Bklyn 4 years ago

    clay media be reused?

  • Nicholas Murarik 4 years ago

    Very straight forward and to the point. I like the idea of the clay pellets. Do you reuse them?

  • Johnny Boy 4 years ago

    very helpful. good work!

  • Cody Vaughn 4 years ago

    Very well done, thank you for the time you took to post this informative video. I now know exactly what to do.

  • Lim Pamep 4 years ago

    The disadvantage of hydroponics is that you will have to purchase "plant food" or nutrition and supplements that can be high-priced.

  • Jennifer J. Stiltner 4 years ago

    The drawback to hydroponics is that you must shop for "plant food" or nutrition and supplements that can be costly.

  • Noreen M. Luna 4 years ago

    You actually can build your backyard that won't need weeding, tilling or cultivating, the spreading of fertilizer or garden compost, with no watering or irrigating; all while your plants produce up to 10x the amount of vegetables than plants from a dirt garden.
    help1.info/aquaponics-guide

  • Just Az.com productions 4 years ago

    Hi Josh. Immersing the net pot depends on the plant and the system used. For the zucchini plant, we used a drip irrigation bucket system. The net pot is not immersed in the water. The solution is dripped into the bucket and over the roots. For lettuce and greens, we use a lettuce raft, and a portion of the net pot is immersed in the solution. Hope that helps. Thanks for watching, and best of luck in all your projects.

  • Josh Irwin 4 years ago

    Should the net be immersed in water?

  • Just Az.com productions 4 years ago

    Hi Jamey Epperson. We did start the seeds indoors but they received natural sunlight from a solar tube and nearby window. If you need to use lights, we recommend T5 lighting, and adjust the height of the light as the seedlings grow. Hope this helps. Thanks for watching, and taking the time to comment. Best of luck in your projects.

  • Jamey Epperson 4 years ago

    was the seed starting done indoors ? If so what kind of lighting

  • Just Az.com productions 4 years ago

    Hello, blackbeltkarate. I imagine it would work for cannibus seed as well. Thanks for watching and taking the time to comment. Best of luck to you in your projects.

  • Just Az.com productions 4 years ago

    Thanks, jose vega, for your positive comment. We appreciate you watching our video and taking the time to comment. Best of luck to you in all your projects.

  • jose vega 4 years ago

    this is the best video I ever see about planting seed for the hydroponic

  • Just Az.com productions 4 years ago

    Hello Aidan C. Fish do provide some powerful nutrients! We have a video playlist on setting up an aquaponics system, and the fish provide all the nutrients for the plants in the bed. Thanks for watching, and taking the time to comment. Best of luck in all your projects.

  • Aidan C 4 years ago

    My nutrients of choice are fish 🙂

  • Just Az.com productions 4 years ago

    Rockwool provides a stable home for the seedlings. When transplanting to a hydroponic system, you lift the rockwool out of the seed tray and move the seedling to the system. Clay pebbles don't hold together so you'd be unable to move the seedling with the pebbles to the system. However, we at just az hydroponics are exploring various methods for starting seeds, and several include using a clay pellet bed. Keep watching for new episodes on starting seeds. Thanks, cesarsgarden, and good luck.

  • cesarsgarden 4 years ago

    can one just use clay pebbles and no rockwool? im going broke

  • Just Az.com productions 4 years ago

    Hello, mitjedi9. You could just soak the rockwool if you like. We live in the desert, so the solution evaporates quickly no matter what, and if we moisten just the rockwool, it's dry the next day. This video demonstrates methodology, so you should take into account all variables, such as air temp, humidity levels, even the pH of your starter water. Thanks for watching and taking the time to comment. Best of luck in all your projects.