Added by on 2018-08-27

There’s lots of ways to harness tomato growth and stringing them up (hanging a line from a fixed location) is one of them. This is how I do it! Really simple. Just getting into hydroponics? Here is a great starter kit for your nutrients. It comes in various available sizes to fit your needs. Masterblend is what I use! https://amzn.to/2AhhAeb Pots used in FAWN: https://amzn.to/2uOYh78 Float Valve Used in Reservoir: https://amzn.to/2Ajz8qm 1/4″ Tubing used in watering: https://amzn.to/2JWq3TR Top Hat Grommets used in watering: https://amzn.to/2NLV676 Greenhouse Shade Cloth: https://amzn.to/2OgVg7r Water Pump for system: https://amzn.to/2LV40yM I love chatting with folks and answering questions. If you enjoy my videos, please like, comment and subscribe! You can subscribe by clicking this link and then you’ll get a notification every time I upload a video: http://www.youtube.com/user/c3voyage?sub_confirmation=1 Now, I’m on Facebook! Share your gardening thoughts and pictures! https://www.facebook.com/c3voyage/ Music: Up Above by Letterbox . A little about my setup. I have a hydroponic greenhouse. I grow in a system I call FAWN which is a modified hydroponic drip system. The media I grow in is aged rice hulls with parboiled rice hulls mixed. This has proven to be a great mix for me. I use Masterblend fertilizer as my nutrients to every plant grown. I’ve been pretty successful with my setup growing hydroponic tomatoes, peppers, broccoli, squash, cucumbers, cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, turnip greens, corn, potatoes, kale, carrots, beets, spinach, onions, leeks, and even okra! Everything a gardener would desire. I also dabble in other areas like growing in raised beds, growing in a ground garden, grafting, pond activities, growing fruits, and other projects on the homestead. Thank you so much for stopping in! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsWinter Greenhouse: Growing Tomatoes & Peppers in Tight QuartersHome garden greenhouse Hydroponic Tomatoes – 9 AdvantagesHydroponic tomatoes at […]

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8 Comments

  • Paul's Backyard Garden 3 weeks ago

    Nice and simple, the KISS method.
    Gotta find me some clips
    Paul

  • RD Kitchen Garden 3 weeks ago

    nice simple method. Enjoy your day

  • DragonflyArtz1 3 weeks ago

    We are getting snow and a deep freeze warning here in Colorado tomorrow! Ahh! Sunny on Sunday! :/ all of my seedlings in covered containers outside and my cups in a mini table top greenhouse all got extra covering! They say after Mother's Day here it's OK to plant. only a couple weeks away. I've got many seedlings and newly seeded closed containers underway. You will be harvesting long before me. Unless mine grow fast and furious! LOL It's all worth it. Way better than the grocery store produce. Kind of neat learning all this. I think I like it! Ha!

  • Midwest Gardener 3 weeks ago

    Looks good to me. You had me at tomatoes 🙂

  • air pruning hydroponics 3 weeks ago

    Never heard or thought of letting a cluster grow from a side shoot. Great tip I'm going to try. Thanks Brent.

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 3 weeks ago

    I just noticed the channel name change! lol That is similar to the way I did it last year.Good idea with the clip holding the string together.
    Chuck

  • CB's Greenhouse and Garden 3 weeks ago

    Nice way to hang those maters! I'm not much of one to let them down to run on the ground. I do mine up and across the top of my GH then top them when they get to long. With 106 maters plants I would hope they will produce enough for what we need..LOL.. Great tip as always my friend.

  • reelinhuntin 3 weeks ago

    Great tip! I just restrung my hydroponic tomatoes on the front porch.