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You can grow indoor vegetables even if you live in an apartment by placing the plants on little trays under T-5 light bulbs and feeding each vegetable the appropriate nutrients. Turn your apartment into a garden with the help of this free video on tomatoes and indoor vegetable gardens. Expert: Tamara Sourakli Contact: www.sunlandhydro.com/ Bio: Tamara Sourakli manages Sunland Hydroponics in Los Angeles, California. She helps customers out with supplies, equipment, and tips for setting up indoor and outdoor gardens. Filmmaker: Max Cusimano Series Description: Tomatoes can grow happily in outdoor vegetable gardens as long as you know certain techniques for planting, feeding and tending them properly in this environment. Get professional tips on how to make your indoor garden grow in this free video series. Related PostsTomatoes and Indoor Vegetable Gardens : The Best Way to Grow Tomato PlantsTop 5 Best Vegetables Easy To Grow In Your Vegetable GardenPlanning a Vegetable Garden for Beginners – Easy to Grow Vegetables for First Time Gardener5 Modern Indoor Gardens, The Smart Way To Grow Fresh Herbs And Vegetables #1Another 5 Modern Indoor Gardens, The Smart Way To Grow Fresh Herbs And Vegetables #2Easy Vegetables You Must Grow in Winters

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19 Comments

  • Gamer Lean 4 years ago

    Tomatoes are fruits

  • Omar Sami 4 years ago

    thank you for this nice video

  • moises raymundo 4 years ago

    thats a nice view

  • mike curranto 4 years ago

    Nice boob shot. Other than that, useless.

  • Hamza Halal 4 years ago

    USLESSSSSSSSS

  • Hamza Halal 4 years ago

    wow  more usless things that explained everything? how to feed what light etc usless come on

  • braileanul 4 years ago

    1. plants that use LOW light settings and you turn the 'fixture' on ? do you have any idea what LUMENS are ? and how much of these crazy limens that 'fixture' gives?
    2. you grow 4 plants that take 4 trays and a whole 'fixture' for these 4 plants?
    3. are you a manager of a hydroponics company? oh my
    4. i loved the whole stages story a little more tahn your beautiful boobies 

  • Arthur Red 4 years ago

    Lol you can tell her husband runs the business, and gave her the littlw manager title so she wouldnt feel bad. Any actual hydroponic store manager is going to be much more informative and not so ditzy

  • Arthur Red 4 years ago

    Yaaaawnn…

  • Arthur Red 4 years ago

    Obviously this broad doesnt know much about plant growth

  • TannerKong 4 years ago

    I don't know about the light being that far away.  Fluorescent puts off hardly any heat but also has low watt output.  Putting it that high up you are losing the vast majority of the energy the plants need.  Fluorescent should be 3-4 inches above the plants.

  • Garden Sheds Kent 4 years ago

    I found it very easy to set up your tray but how much does these stuff costs? This will be the great access to have vegetables even you live in a condo or apartment. Space doesn't matter at all as long as you are interested and would love to pick up fresh vegetables whenever you need them. 

  • Sasha Zverev 4 years ago

    This was of no help at all.

  • MrZhefish 4 years ago

    very…. informative… specally how you feed the plants…. accordingly to the stages…. 😉

  • Twentiethcenturybaby 4 years ago

    How is this little? That thing would take up a 1/4 of the space of any of my rooms 🙁

  • ThomasPaine3 4 years ago

    How often do you water & how much?

  • CHRIS CONNOR 4 years ago

    Nice tits lol

  • Toni Cuningkin Davis 4 years ago

    I have 20 feet of windows facing South, lots of light…how to do this without the light. I am a beginner at this.

  • The Manure Plough 4 years ago

    Would I…. ? Hell yeah !!