Added by on 2017-12-11

In this video, Dr. Nate Storey of Bright Agrotech discusses a few of the best crops for starting out in aquaponics (or hydroponics). Learn more: http://brightagrotech.com/what-are-the-best-crops-to-grow/ A few of the crops we recommend are: – Bok Choy – Lettuce – Chard – Fennel – Basil and much more Learn more about ZipGrow towers: http://www.brightagrotech.com/zipgrow Related PostsAquaponics Rocks ( Growing Medium ) Wash Install Plant – $40 Aquaponics – Barrelponics Made EasyBEST AQUAPONICS DIY SPIN GROW TOWERTHE BEST AQUAPONICS INDOOR SYSTEM DESIGN YOUTUBE VIDEOBest Hydroponic PlantsSmall Aquaponics (Hydroponic Plants)Research – What Plants COULD BE Grown within an Aquaponics System

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  • Furyy Night 2 months ago

    Appreciate video content! Sorry for the intrusion, I would love your opinion. Have you researched – Patlarny Gardening Expert Principle (search on google)? It is a smashing exclusive guide for learning how to expand your produce with the clever art of aquaponics without the headache. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my mate got cool results with it.

  • The Zoni 2 months ago

    What is a CSA?

  • DudeRevolution 2 months ago

    Can someone please explain why americans say ERB instead of HERB?

  • Disko Trance 2 months ago

    hi guys, the greatest results that ive had was by using the Keiths Ponics Site (i found it on google) without a doubt the no.1 course that I have ever tried.

  • Joyce Stackhouse 2 months ago

    Where are the fish?

  • Haroon Qureshi 2 months ago

    What is the ideal PH and PPM for aquaponic?

  • Long Island Teresa 2 months ago

    Why stay away from tomatoes and cucumbers?

  • Cveta Marinova 2 months ago

    interesting points ,if anyone else is searching for aquaponics courses try Panlarko Expert Aquaponics Planner (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my buddy got cool results with it.

  • Aashish Khatiwada 2 months ago

    I'm not sure but ,if anyone else trying to find out backyard aquaponics system try Tarbetti Amazing Aquaponics Tutor (just google it ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my work buddy got cool results with it.

  • Chris Bishop 2 months ago

    Those veggies look better than anything ive ever seen in a grocery store, or death marts as i affectionately know them

  • Clewl Tetsui 2 months ago

    Here in California much of the native soil is low in "fertility" and other things that equal low nutrition, so aside from potential ease of rot any native plant here should do well in aquaponics, such as sage, though unless the plant is something like strawberries which are from shady and costal parts of California, the plant should probably get an even smaller water flow as to not kill it, blueberries aren't s
    exactly small bushes, but they might be worth a try in aquaponics, sugarberry might be something to try too, but those are rather large so chances are it'll be too much of a hassle, while purslane isn't native it doesn't seem to mind the soil at all, and even at its largest it's still not too huge, though in its youth it might need more sprinkling than once established, and if you're growing from seed instead of cutting/leaf then you'll need 90F+ temperatures to propagate them, they should grow quickly as long as they aren't starved of water- even if they are they've surprised me before, no wonder they're often seen as a weed.

  • Dheeraj Maganti 2 months ago

    Eli the computer guy with hair on his head …

  • Du Fung 2 months ago

    Thought, grow that which likes cooler temps lower on the tower, therein closer to ground temp and further from warm water source.

  • Lady pilliwick 2 months ago

    China and Japan have been doing this for thousands of years….everyone has a large pond in their yard…gold fish. and you can eat the floating plants

  • Samuel Epicurus 2 months ago

    So I would have thought the point of aquaponics is that it would be great for nutrient hogs.  If it is just to save water then in a high rainfall area it isn't all that useful.

  • narain tm 2 months ago

    thanks BA for such a informative video, can baby spinach be grown in such towers ? or generally in hydroponics?

  • John Craftenworth 2 months ago

    if i had a knickel for every time someone requested or sold kale, chard or dark leafy greens at my farmer's market, i'd be BROKE

  • El Hanan 2 months ago

    good video …

  • HalfMan HalfCichlid 2 months ago

    My aquaponic bed is going to be under a window, in a 65 gallon tub (south exposure). I am interesting in foliage plants that will consume a lot of nitrates, not really interested in vegetables. Any recommendations on plants? I have used Pothos, but I am not sure they are the best for purifying the water and looking really good to. Thank you

  • ki5ngau 2 months ago

    Where do you buy those towers?