Home made Deep water hydroponic system for $35 Easy

- September 2, 2016



I use hydroponics to start all my plants, it’s much faster and very easy, now with my home made deep hydroponic system I can grow larger vegitables like your greens etc. even a tomato plant.

Make sure you add hydrogen peroxide once a week!! Make a ventilation cut under the brim in an area that light isn’t touching. That will help decrease some humidity. Unlike soil when you add nutrients to the water the water is extremely acidic and will shock the roots. For this go to HomeDepot and get a little PH kit and there solutions for PH, very cheap, This is a MUST…

Check out my5 Gallons Bucket Hydroponic + Nutrients 101 From A to Z very easy.

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Comments (616)

  • Thanks! Now I'm gonna be growing some nice, big "vegetables."

    John Doe - 1 week ago

  • great job bro truly inspired

    CeNoEviL - 1 week ago

  • When it comes to the stuff I eat, I will always pick natural over processed foods; and what’s more natural than the stuff I plant and tend to myself.Hydroponics gardening is no easy thing to do, but the best things don’t come easy, so it is to be expected. The difference in hydroponic gardening, as the name suggests, is that it is a water based system [Check Details Here  ===> fb.com/EasyAquaponicSystems/app/137541772984354 ]. I’m no botanist and neither are many people I know, but the author explains everything so well that I feel like I’m an expert on growing plants now. This book is your complete guide to hydroponic gardening and it includes the various methods or systems of this type of gardening. The author answers one very important question for me, where to start.

    Ronald Betts - 1 week ago

  • I remember learning at around 5 - 8 "Plants need good soil and sunlight to grow" here I am about 10 years later learning they can grow without "real" sunlight and they can grow without Soil. Why the fuck didn't the School ever teach that? I love this self sustaining shit.

    Anthony A - 2 weeks ago

  • 0:29 vegetables, if you get my flow ;)

    iii 3xki - 2 weeks ago

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