Arthur Pletcher: Do these buckets require protection, such as a tarp, from rain entering through the opening and diluting the solution?
sciencerocs: how many containers like yours are you able to fill from 1 bag of the perolite?? great video btw!
GLRAKER: Do you have a problem with algae inside your buckets?
Jesus Religion: my weed plant???
Tom Wells: Really nice video - I can't tell you how much I enjoyed the info and your presentation - I might be dreaming - but I think I could make a living selling produce on the road side doing a grow system like this.
Transmutation Specialist: Ummm question if you find the time and don't mind, could you tell me how you maintain and monitor the nutrient levels?
George Fear: Your videos are extremely informative. Thank you.
I hope you have time for a question. I see many people use systems that incorporate bell siphons, because they are trying to create a float- drain system, assuming they need the drain phase to allow the roots to get oxygen. The dutch bucket system is fully flooded, and I notice in the beginning you were aerating the water, then appear to have learned that that is not necessary. Why do the bell siphon people flood and drain if the dutch bucket system works so well without it? Thank you.
Peter Beyer: Love the slow mo....love the demo....brilliant explanation...
Aaron Schulte: Hello MHPgardener. First off I love your videos. My question is what kind of pump do you use for your dutch bucket system? GPH? Also what kind of timer do you have? I'm in the process of getting a smaller setup in my newly built greenhouse.
Brad Jackson: Hey Bobby how tall is the stand your buckets are setting on?
Mike Talley: Hi , do you use shade cloth on you greenhouse ? Thanks
Deborah Elliott: Hey MHPgardener, I have a question. I know that dutch buckets work, but can you use this as a kratky system instead of a hydroponics system? I don't have electricity but I also have to work and cannot water them 4 times per day. Would I be able to put the bucket at 1/2 full of nutrients and leave it till the next day and check on the liquid?
paul evans: how much crowed are the roots when you pull them out? thinking of trying 4" pipe same height. Do you know if anybody try. Trying to save on the perlite.
Mike Castellano: Hey mhpgardener how come you don't do acqponics?and do you know the difference between acqponics vs hydroponics?thanks!
JOSEPH CORSBIE: thanks for the info .
Alexander Derkach: Greetings from Russia to you!. Thanks for awesome videos. I trying to grow tomatoes on rockwool mats and I have a questions: 1. What PPM level of the solution you support? 2. What you can say about irrigation mode per day for rockwool mats?
Thanks again. God bless you.
Érick Fortin: Hi mhpgardener What do you think about cocotek (coco fiber) growing media http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00U1V7NOO Here in canada is verry dificult to find perlite in big bags and where i found them they are 70$++ Thanks
I.DIY Modern: cant I just use regular landscape rocks ?
Larry Robertson: have you tried squash in dutch buckets
Kit Just: Wow this looks easy! Thank you for the great explanation! One question though - what size of pump are you using for the water and nutrients? How do you decide how big a pump to use?
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