Dutch Bucket Hydroponics - How It Works & How To Make Your Own Buckets




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Debra W: Hi, thank you for your valuable information. Question, I am using this method, except my pipe (water out) sit lower than yours do. My tomato leaves are slightly curled under on just some. I use the charcoal-clay pellets for my medium. My watering is every 25 min. for 5 min. so my roots don't dry out. No my roots are not touching the bottom with its slight bit of water in it yet. I live in AZ which is so dry, am I over watering?

anotherdamnyankee: Why not use a pump on the outside of the sump? I think the water would stay cooler.

Saud Hamad: Hi .brilliant explanation
1 what is the required temperature in the green house ?
2 what is the required Humidity in the green house ?
3 how many times you run the water circulation in one day?
thanks from Saudi Arabia

Afdal apen: good ideals

Shane Tuscarora: damn man you invented the "flora flex" and didnt even know it!

Owen Barnhart: Exceptional job of explaining , a pat on the back.

007mercucio: Awesome video! Really! :-)

Daniel Arrais: which the frequency of watering?

Jesse Murphy: I have a 48 bucket system.
use master blend nutrients and perlite.
I water 3 times per day for 30 mins each time.
tomatoes are splitting as they get ripe on the vine...
Any recommendations?

Mark Batista: mhpgardener...........I will start 6 buckets 5 gallons each how much water i need in the system ............also what i need for liquids to keep feed my plants...... thank you if you could help me ..GOD BLESS YOU YOUR WORK.

Robert Tretola: Amazing video. Amazing set up . Great job.

Connie Ballard: How tall of a plant is each dutch bucket tomato plant ? How many tomatoes can you harvest per bucket? Thank you.

Helena Ch: can you please explain the system you made to oxigenate the water with the air pump please. Thank you from venezuela

Wayne Duvall: I was all set to try your dutch bucket setup as it looks pretty awesome.
one small problem you can't get any perlite in New Jersey unless you buy small bags and they are way expensive.
The bag you are showing is i believe a 4 cubic foot bag.
I could only find a couple places that had any perlite at all and they cost $20 for 1 cubic foot.
The $17 bag you show would be $80 here in New Jersey.
Thanks for sharing your information.

theehealthnuts: perlite is cheap but rock bark or bricks ground up work great also

zenith core: Thank you for sharing your knowledge!!! God bless

eugeniomunch: Hi, do you think a 1 gph dripper would be OK for a pepper plant in a 5 gallon bucket with hydroton? running 24/7.

Perry Robinson: I have a 13 x 16 greenhouse with a 40% sunshade and two fans. I am using the Kratky method and my solution height is correct. The temperature in the afternoon may reach 90 - 95 degrees inside my greenhouse. My plants look like they are dying but they seem to bounce back at night. They just seem to go through a lot of stress. Is there a way to keep my greenhouse cooler or is there another solution. Thanks

Executive Managed Forex Co.: Really good video

Brenda Stephenson: We enjoy your video. We have had a greenhouse several years. And right know we have the growing bags. Which do you prefer , grow bags or the Dutch Bucket?

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