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So the airpump is for? Can you share po the lighting that you used and how much intensity to avoid leaf burn...🎉🎉🎉
Why do we need the air pump and stone if Kratky method does not need it? Can't I just put a 2" hole on opposite sides to create air flow?
I'm just starting out with a couple of 3 gal bins (as you have shown), do you have any recommendation on the number of plants per bin?
I have found you on fb loved your videos on there and now just subbed to your YouTube love your videos and hope you keep making more you inspire me to garden more🥰
this is my favorite video on hydroponics, and i've watched many, thanks!
Thank you for the concise information about hydroponics! Your vegetables look AMAZING!!! I'd like to try the type of nutrient you create. Have you ever used any other type of nutrient?
Hi, can you send me the link or dimension of your 11L container?
I just found your channel, and almost immediately subscribed. I really appreciate the relaxing music and level headed speaking. Gardening is my zen, I don’t need some guy chugging Mountain Dew screaming at me.
More videos plssss 😊
So inspiring, this video makes me wanna start my own ondoor garden. However since I live in a hot country, during summers the temp.goes 41c , is it possible for me to grow salads lettuce and kale??
Amazing thank you 😊❤️🙏
I want to start a garden and keep mines kinda like your green house my question is does this create co2.
This is crazy cool! But you need a stone for each container??? .... Well I found them. Thanks for the link. How long do they last?
I didn't ever known you can do this legitimately yourself and very naturally as well. Air pumping though will probably set you back even more than some decent grow lights though.
Very nice setup. Thank you for sharing.
This might be an absolutely stupid question, as I’ve never grown DWC. When you are adding new plants to your dwc, do the nutrient levels not drop off and the seedlings have no means of getting. To the water yet? Or is that more of a problem with Kratky?