DIY 10 Gallon DWC Tutorial




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Kerry Archambault: What would you say the total cost for this was? Clay, rockwool, areator...

Roberto Volkel: The bucket is clear plastic. May want black so no light gets through.

crazycraigyboy: UR AN IDIOT U ALWAYS HAVE THE NET POTS SLIGHTLY RAISED ABOVE THE BOX LID......DRILLIN THE HOLES (1 INCH) LESS THAN THE POT SIZE.... D'oh...!

STFOURNARIS: Good Instructional Clip For Beginners. I Thought I Was Watching The Build Video lol 

anotherdamnyankee: Why not use coir and plant seeds instead of plants or cuttings?

LaVerna Swank: Thank you very much this helped out alot, very easy to follow for a beginner like myself!

Jake b B: geez talk about a toxic goo...yr lucky if you grow algae...

Wicked Proxy: Too close together if you use the right nutrient solution. Check out mhpgardener to see what he uses. Heads of lettuce over a foot across.

Jonah Molina: Do you top off with plain water or a water/nutrient mix? Can you pre mix like 3gallons and keep it on the side and just fill when you need to?

Ariel Martinez: Great info , I've been looking for something inexpensive to start thanks 

Demetrius Holmes: with hydroponics to get a safe water easy all you need is tablets that you use for a fish tank when you first set it up you can simply take any tap water and throw in however many tabs per gallon of water and the PH will be perfect. still good info he is sharing good vid

Mick Mack: Well done. Clearly presented.

Hanson Nguyen: At 15:14, that is not a table spoon, but a teaspoon!

slippybits: Geez chemical food!

Rosalind Bernard: Thank you this to rural

Joe Buzzell: is that a food grade plastic I've been told its better to clone from food grade plastic buckets

Lene Ring: What kind of drill is that? Is there a name for it?

tootz1950: Please do not use an eating utensil to measure your chemicals, that spoon is not an accurate teaspoon or tablespoon. You can get a full set at the $ store. And you just cut your holes 1/4" smaller.

Rosalind Bernard: This is the best

surj93: Hi there. Are the roots submerged in the water? If so, how do you stop over watering? 

nicole ricca: Question: What if you were to put an pleco fish (algae eater) in the bottom, would that work so you would not have to change out the water? Since the fish would eat the algae and produce waste for the plant to eat, could this work as an aquaponic system?

BXT9779: Minus 3 players HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

George Bell: Excellent hydroponics engineering...

rick d: great video but, and I'm sure a gazillion ppl told you this already, cut a smaller hole. lol

Alex Tonnaire: good video,but be carefull,the roots dont like the light...

Kim Ham: Why are you using a clear tub, that will let light into the roots

GlowingMilkyWay: transparent bottom will promote algae?

77TRYTON: To many plants for one tote. 4 baskets is the ideal amount

SuperCal: Great video. You can use smaller net pots with lettuce and save the hydroton. Do what's best for you. I am always trying to cut costs.

RayneSaltair: Thank you I never thought of keeping the plastic cut outs.

cplassman2009: I really want to do this. How can I keep herbs, lettuce, etc growing to have a rotating harvest? How many units/tubs do you think I would need for a family of four?

Wanda Winn: i am a newbie watched your video you made it so simple i tried it works for me thank you for making it easy to do

Higzy Teflon: +OutdoorHydro Excellent video, but you lost me when you decided to pH your water BEFORE adding nutrients and additives, which, is known to either drop or even sometimes raise pH AFTER being added to the water. I have never grown in a DWC system, only in soiless, but, am I to understand that pHing water before adding nutrients is the proper way of doing it with DWC? You checked ppms after adding everything, but did not check pH. This just doesn't seem to make any sense to me.

Donald Kosse: this on of the best.

Jose Rivera: Greate job!

Glen Bien: You used a teaspoon not a Tablespoon. Small t = teaspoon. Big T = Tablespoon. A Tablespoon is 3 teaspoons.

Sandy Chaplin: Hi I am really enjoying your video's but wanted to tell you that your link isn't working I wanted to find out where and what kind of ph tester you were using

Keith S: You used the same spoon to measure tablespoons and teaspoons, so one chemical was either under or over dosed, which was it?

Patrick Dyer: Pipette

Anthony Grillo: Thanks! do you need to change water or add more nutrients? i will be growing mostly lettuce...

Samwel Njenga: That's a beautiful demonstration. Very well explained. 

Vikram Raval: plastic is cheap but fertilizer or nutrients is expensive ...defeats purpose unless you are growing something that makes you money. gardening traditional way in soil is more economical 

ARMAND ALOVERA: Instead of paint, maybe you just could use a black plastic bag to wrap-around the lower part of the 10 gallon container growing media.

Julie Klett: Great video for newbies. Thank you. I live in the high rockies (7,500 feet) and am trying to mastermind a way to grown greens (lettuce, spinach, arugula, chard) on my porch in a way that won't freak out the HOA. Considering this kind of system, placed in a cold frame to which I will add a critter-proof screen (for when it is open). I also have to fend off elk, deer, rabbits, voles, and ground squirrels. I imagine that painting the system black will help it gather and retain heat overnight (temps can drop to the 30s in the summer here). I will probably also build a support with casters for mobility, so I can chase the sun a bit.

Wadley225: There's a new person showing how to grow in soil and he learned from the best. Channel name is StudentOfTheRetard .

Dennis allmon: dude dont show them to use se through containers everyone get dark containers or you will get algae and brown slime

damosapian: nice vid stew, thank for your time and effort

Donald Kosse: what is the size of your net pot all I have been able to find is 3,75 is this it or 4''

Jim jack: Is this system for growing the plants larger then transplanting...or growing to full maturity? Thanks

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