oscar camero: can verify if its very useful in a wide pond?
carlos sanchez: dear krim, thebquestion here isnt how much instead is how high can you go with kind of diveces. thanks for sharing ill try it for shure
2000jago: I hate annotations.
Jack Janssen: good vid.. itried to go to your member site..and it appears to be down... :-/
D G D: Thanks for posting! Very interesting and super simple!
k johnson: i dont get it at all. how is the water just not draining out the bottle on top and how is it pulling water up by blowing air.
Paula Islandmom: Do you still have to use a pump to get air to the fish tank? I'm new to this.
Usman Khan: you can replace air pump with a very small water pump used for aquarium it will pump small amount of water directly without complication and will use same electricity , u can ad intake of air in it too for oxygen although i dont think plants need that mixed in water , the nitrates and oxygenated water is already in the pond if ur creating a stir
becksta29: cool air pump,would be good idea to put a sponge at the part where water comes out through pvc pipe with the holes
DrDangerPuppy: website doesn't come up?
Nwachukwu Egbochukwu: Can I buy it on line to try it out?
curly sue: I plan to use Dark colored Mason Jars, can't I just use the plastic tubing and blow bubbles into each one periodically? Maybe attach a air stone at the end? I hoping the Kraftky no electricity Hydroponic method, but was thinking that using an air pump even periodically couldn't hurt. I want to grow in Mason Jar cuz since I'm new to this I don't want to build a large Scale system, I want to do trial and error with growing medium and etc