Alladin “NoobTuber” Delapa: That's a big rooting system for such a small space. Would love to see an update..
jrvdmvigil: Just wondering what makes the drip system work got same setup but don't drip
Thew: What size tent would I need fer this system?
GREENBOOK PAGES COM: You can get all these systems at monster gardens dot com.
The real Reef keeper: Where can I get this
paperclip: Nize:) im going hydro!!
David Mason: I have been told by many people with 20-30 years of growing that DWC drain away is the easiest for a first time grower. But with research you can do any grow and it will work. It all depends on how much you want to put into it.
Tenchcnet: very nice and compact ;]
Stinky McNugs: Do a single bucket DWC (not recirculating) defnitely not take the advice to not do deep water culture. Terrible advice, my DWC single buckets take less than 10 minuets to setup from purchase and are SUPER easy to maintain. Dont use an airstone, simply use tubing into a "T" airstones clog and need to be replaced and are a wasted expense.
Duh6666666: There are way simpler DWC systems than this one. This is obviously not a first timers set up.
Nick canna: Question for all...if you had the resources, would you go a dwc set up like this or soil for a first grow?
EminentArson: but on the plus side, it makes it virtually impossible for root pests and nobody like fungus gnats
Kyle Moran: Vert lighting I meant
Kyle Moran: @zerocrombie this is a negative flow system. Instead of pumping water from bucket to bucket it constantly is draining into itself and sucked through the mag pump where it waterfalls. This is not the same as a recirculating dwc. Although you can build this system with blank containers and two reservoirs for about $400, $500 with the diffusers and air pump. And yes you should be running very lighting with this system
PinnersBlackrose4200: Research vertical lighting to get the true power of this system... Increase centers...
newcpuwhodis: what are you using to seal around the pvc?