Added by on 2018-09-10

Growing hydroponically is very easy. You don’t need expensive equipment to begin. In this video, I will show you how to grow lettuce using very simple things you can find around your house. Flora Series: http://amzn.to/2tgem3y CaliMagic: http://amzn.to/2swYvk2 pH Down: http://amzn.to/2shy8dA pH Meter: http://amzn.to/2ugba83 MaxiGro: http://amzn.to/2shxAVf MaxiBloom: http://amzn.to/2ufR51T AeroGarden Nutrients: http://amzn.to/2ugaGz4 Clay Pebbles: http://amzn.to/2tg713P 2 Inch Net Pots: http://amzn.to/2sCKegW 1.5 Inch Rockwool Cubes: http://amzn.to/2shzk0y Rapid Root Plugs: http://amzn.to/2shfjr9 Grow Light Rope Hanger: http://amzn.to/2shyh0C Grow Tent: http://amzn.to/2ug9mfA T5 Grow Light: http://amzn.to/2shprzX Digital Timer: http://amzn.to/2ufSuW9 Clonex Rooting Compound: http://amzn.to/2ufLzMw FoxFarm Ocan Forest: http://amzn.to/2tCj4L7 10 Gal Grow Bags: http://amzn.to/2sh5FEZ http://amzn.to/2ufOgOi Grow Bag Saucers: http://amzn.to/2sh2pti Pepper Community: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/115327395557843932467?gmbpt=true&fd=1 How to make a Self-Watering Bucket: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWkg5ttOm5I Topping Peppers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8PMd-VNCYc Propagating Peppers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abESlZF-Z7g Pollinating Peppers Indoor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5u5UoZIoaWY Force your Peppers to Produce: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ipk4DmfUJ4 Pepper Grafting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PF01yFK6VKo Breeding Peppers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=auV1mgoGo5s Mini Kratky Hydroponic Kit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqUn5N9U3IQ 2015 Pepper Series Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLPq8JWQbWhAmVMdw8iP3lysqgEZEbryy Nutrients: General Hydroponic Flora Series: 1 Gallon of Water pH between 5.9 – 6.5 5 ml Micro 5 ml Gro 5 ml Bloom 2 Inch Net cups 1.5 Inch size rockwool cubes Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow To Start Seedlings For Hydroponic and The Importance of Proper LightingHow to Grow Hydroponic Watermelon Indoors & 38 Days UpdateHydroponic Vs Soil – Can You Taste The Difference – Part3Solar Powered Hydroponic WatermelonMilk Jug Hydroponics – How To Grow Lettuce in a milk jugHow to build recirculating deep water culture hydroponic bucket system how to grow hydroponic food

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20 Comments

  • You are a genius!!! I love how you use everyday household items to grow your food

  • Snorkel Buoy 1 week ago

    Two questions: How do you get your aerogarden to work like that, with just the lights? I have the same model and the pump always wants to work, so I have to fill it with water…. you seem to only have the lights on? How do you do that? Also, you didn't soak the rockwool cube – I've always soaked mine (as per the instructions) and I've never had any luck growing anything – you just put a dry cube in there and let it touch the water at the bottom – is that the best way to do it? Even with seeds? Or does this only work with seedlings? Thank you!

  • mg23 1 week ago

    do you keep the light turned on 24×7?

  • Snorkel Buoy 1 week ago

    Are there any other ways to bring down the ph to 5.5? If I used distilled water, do I still need to do something to bring it down? (this is to soak the rock wool)? I hear suggestions of lemon juice or vinegar – lots of people say it works, lots of people say it doesn't… Mr Starr, what do you think? Thank you for excellent videos… you are inspirational!

  • Premalatha cs 1 week ago

    Is it plain water or do u add something?what do u add?

  • N Neichan 1 week ago

    Any hints as to why my kratky lettuce is so bitter?

  • dan zeng 1 week ago

    what variety of lettuce is that? Looks amazing!

  • avgrim77 1 week ago

    If you use a taller bottle or cut it up more you wouldn't need to add water as often. I would have used a little bigger of a container from the beginning. Maybe wider too they might tip easy.

  • avgrim77 1 week ago

    They have round rockwool plugs now. 1.5 fit perfectly in 1.75 or 2" net cup. They are 1.5 X 1.5. They have a slit for cuttings but work for seeds too.

  • Peter Piper 1 week ago

    It's hard to believe that you can grow lettuce cheaper than you can buy it. Even with the used water bottle, it seems to me that the nutrients would be more expensive since the plant sucks up quite a bit of it as it grows. And that's not mentioning the cost of the electricity used by grow light. Great video, BTW. You should have your own gardening show on TV.

  • Mio Angel 1 week ago

    I'll try your method! Thank you for sharing!

  • GOD420CRUSH 805 1 week ago

    What is the ppm strength you use in your lettuce grow

  • FlyingPigNJ 1 week ago

    How long will the lettuce live like this? (or how many times can you harvest) I'm just wondering if it's worth the trouble vs buying ready to serve for 5 bucks a head.

  • Jordan Droxford 1 week ago

    I accidentally came across your video while watching Rainbow Garden. I guess its fate as I was wondering how can I grow peppers indoor all year round. I grow peppers not so much for the fruit but for the leaves w/c I use for cooking (ex: chicken tinola). I wonder if I could grow kangkong (water spinach) and bok choy this way, considering both plants love water.

  • Serene Lim 1 week ago

    Do you leave the lights turn on 24 hours or do you bring the pots outside to get the natural sunlight and then evening bring in to put under the light ?

  • Chuột Thiểu Năng 1 week ago

    Anh ơi tuyệt quá! Toàn những thứ em đang tìm để xem. Cám ơn anh nhiều lắm :3 <3

  • Tonya Hughley 1 week ago

    Awesome!

  • LeNard Simmons 1 week ago

    This is an interesting way of growing. I can see this being useful in a lot of ways. Thank you for sharing this information. I will be giving it a try. I should be able to get the same results using a Manson jar, right?

  • Aaron Hay 1 week ago

    Instead of using the cups could you use the top of bottle upside down and cut the top off to grow the roots. Love your videos – thanks.

  • Low Waste Oasis 1 week ago

    Rewatching bc it's fun 🙂