Added by on 2015-07-31

This Hydroponic setup is easy, cheap, quick, and can be made for under . I recommend for beginning hydroponic growers all the way up to advanced hydroponic growers. No need for complex systems, and you can have fun, and get hands on with this super simple DIY version. Give hydroponics a try today! Materials you will need: air pump 3 ft. air hose 1 5 gallon bucket w/ lid Circle bit 4 net cups (or one depending on your setup) 4 cubes of rock wool .99 Heirloom Vegetable Seeds: ——————————————————————————————- MIgardener Website Join the fun on facebook @ +1 me on Google+ @ Pin us on Pinterest @ Follow the fun on twitter @ Come tumble with us @ .99 Heirloom Vegetable Seeds: ——————————————————————————————- MIgardener Website Join the fun on facebook @ +1 me on Google+ @ Pin us on Pinterest @ Follow the fun on twitter @ Come tumble with us @ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDIY Grow Light Setup For Indoor Gardening: Cheap and SimpleHow to build a DWC hydroponic system – easy, simple and cheap – Best Instrucables video in full HD!How To Build A (DWC) Deep Water Culture Hydroponic Setup ( Easy and Cheap )Learn Growing Lettuce Indoor HYDROPONIC SYSTEM Cheap SetupThe Hydroponic Setup ProcessAeroGarden Bounty Elite LED Indoor Hydroponic System Unboxing and Setup

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  • nytovaok516 5 years ago

    vegetables ;)?

  • Dr.Thrumpkinz III 5 years ago

    I hear lots of people say Food Grade Plastic, but aren't painters buckets, most storage totes and milk jugs all HDPE? I always thought that any container with a number 2 in a triangle on the bottom was the same.?

  • IAMGiftbearer 5 years ago

    Where do you buy those connectors??

  • chuck ster 5 years ago

    How often do you have to change the water..?

  • Blakehx 5 years ago

    Nice video! What do you use as a growth solution? Have you tried using compost tea as a growth solution? Basically do everything the same but hang a mesh/screen bag of compost and worm castings in the water!?

  • Nick Maniscalco 5 years ago

    Can you germinate seeds with this method??

  • ken Bullock 5 years ago

    I am all about cheap, so I found this very interesting. Thanks…….. Ken……?

  • Adel Mandani 5 years ago

    Thank you?

  • SchMasHed 5 years ago

    FYI, most of us are watching this so we can grow Marijuana. Don't worry, it's legal where I am, but soon you can grow you own pot as well. I mention this because pot heads care more about the final product than any gardener ever.

  • Christopher Kitchenator 5 years ago

    Thanks for the great video! I didn't hear how high the water was supposed to be, but I saw another poster commented that it should be up to .5" below the little baskets. Is that correct? If so, do you need to let the water level get lower as roots grow downward?


  • JT777 5 years ago

    Thank you for clearing the rock wool info for me, I was hoping that it was the same product but not to worry. Here in Bulgaria hydroponics is a pretty new concept so finding the materials like rock wool, and the chemical hydroponic feeds is near impossible unless you import the products. any way thanks again all the best JT?

  • JT777 5 years ago

    Hi you mention rock wool, is this the same rock wool that the construction industry

  • Rafael Muniz 5 years ago

    Do you have to keep changing the water??

  • ROYCE ESTES 5 years ago

    PICKLE FACTORY??? ????

  • tango562lbc 5 years ago

    what did you put in the water mix????

  • Hal Low 5 years ago

    i don't understand how you put the water into the bucket??

  • Kayla Budzak 5 years ago

    I'm using this for my class project, thank you !?

  • M.L. Byers 5 years ago

    hi. i definitely want to try this. does the bubbler have to run continuously? Also, since the water is .5 inches shy of the cups, do you have to water the seedlings until the roots hit the water? Finally, do i need to use somekind of hydroponic growth medium in the cups or is the rockwool all I need??

  • Whippetfest 5 years ago

    HI Luke, thanks for the videos! I've been very excited to start a hydroponic system and use the Kratky method. I obviously am new to this. I came across some information that over time the hydroponic water becomes toxic and disposing it should be considered in a responsible way, especially if you are by water. I also read where people weren't concerned about putting it down a drain because they were saying it wasn't any worse than cleaning chemicals that we use. Is this an issue for a home gardener? Any thoughts would be appreciated.?