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




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Mark M: What a great system!! I will make something like this in my small green house. Will it work if I use rain barrel spigot on the buckets in stead of the elbows and uniseals??

Craig Herman: Good day I need to ask, can you tell me what is the internal diameter of your 3/4 inch gromet?

Toby Henderson: Got those grainger grommets hahah it was a good deal brother ... they seem ok quality like they will work.
Im still tryin to source those buckets someone says Kroger in the south has square 3.5 gal buckets free. Thanks Bobby I been sharing these vids like crazy.

John P J van Oo: Brilliant!

green house: a question to everyone which system is the best for commercial produce ?tnx

green house: BEST video seen so for about hydroponics ........thanks man << how to get in touch with you >> any email address or phone number will be gr8
tnx again

Hope Love: Great Video! Very informative. I will give this a go for sure. Thanks for the new education.

Jalynne Fuentes: Thank you. Great demo. Ingenious.

Bru Dog: Is the green house necessary?

Prepper Todd: I posted this on our www.facebook.com/groups/survivalistsandpreppers/ group.

Barbara Sawyer: This book made we want to run to rural king and get started  [Check Details Here  >>>fb.com/AquaponicsSystem-125782164733983/app/208195102528120  ]. But logistically it brought me down from thinking I was ready to order some fish, to a very good look at what can actually go wrong and the true cost of owning the system. I totally still want to make one, but I am going to wait until I can gather the perfect parts from the beginning, instead of hodge podging it together. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to look further into the Aquaponics before diving in.

Doctor_Badass_: I thought buckets like that don't hold up well to sunlight. I always see them crack within a couple years.

Hao B: You should try out aquaponic too! I set up an aquaponic systems 2 weeks ago. 3 days after the set up, I threw in 10 worms first to test see if they'll die with the water flooding. Instead of using the flood and drain method, I use 30/120 water changing approach (ie. 30minutes flooding the growbed 1/2 of its height, 2 hours stopping). If I smell something funny from the grow bed and fish bed, I am sure these guys won't survive. Contrary to what I thought, they survive. So I add 20 more, man they clean up the system for me. My system no longer smell funny inside the living room. My grow bed is a see-through plastic tray, last night I saw a worm swimming at the bottom of the grow bed sucking something on the small rocks surface. About four days after adding the worms, the fish tank water is clear. I can see all the way to the bottom. It's been 2 weeks, the whole system seems stable. No more dead fish after this. The plants are growing but slow, I guess we don't have enough sun in Toronto at this time, I need to add an LED grow light. Note : You must add an air pump to your fish tank. Air pump will bring more oxygen to the fish and grow bed where the worm reside. It also push out the bad air inside the fish tank making the system cleaner and more vibrant. I use mechanical timers to control both air pump and water pump so they don't get too hot and burn out as they are expensive. I am thinking of using flowform to increase the dynamic of water making fish, worm, plant, bacteria all grow healthy and fast.

Cleroyster 2: What's in the water?
Great video

Lucky Buckeye: Thanks for sharing your experiences. Another company that sells "everything" is Macmaster-karr. If they are closer shipping may be better. Now I need to find your feeding juice recipe.

Myat Min: where you bought grainger??

Alexander Louis: MPH Come Back Man..!!! We All Miss You!

DesertPrince7: That sure was an informative videos. Well explained in simple terms and checking the setup as you go. Keep it up!

Sarah Scherer: Thank you for helping me on research

Justus Katungulu: great amazing innovation

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