FOOD on a LOW BUDGET to COMMUNITY FOOD ABUNDANCE to SHARE and HELP OTHERS. As well as small profits to continue.

Urban Agroecoloy: 6,000 lbs of food on 1/10th acre – Urban Homestead – Urban Permaculture


Published on Mar 20, 2012

Go to to join the Food Abundance movement. Over 6,000 pounds of food per year, on 1/10 acre located just 15 minutes from downtown Los Angeles. The Dervaes family grows over 400 species of plants, 4,300 pounds of vegetable food, 900 chicken and 1,000 duck eggs, 25 lbs of honey, plus seasonal fruits throughout the year. From 1/10th of an acre, four people manage to get over 90% of their daily food and the family reports earnings of $20,000 per year (AFTER they eat from what is produced). This is done without the use of the expensive & destructive synthetic chemicals associated with industrial mono-cropping, while simultaneously improving the fertility and overall condition of the land being used to grow this food on. Scaled up to an acre, that would equal $200,000 per year! To follow the Dervaes and their Urban Homesteading activites, you can find them at Urban and near-urban farming can be highly productive, causing whatever size of land you have to work with to produce with more abundance. It is time to solve hunger worldwide, through creating local food abundance…. Anyone can do it, once you learn how. To join the Food Abundance movement, go to

Grow 120 Sq Ft of Garden Up Your House or Wall – Amazing Vertical Raised Bed Garden


Published on Oct 10, 2016

Grow 120 Sq Ft of Garden on Your House or Wall – Amazing Vertical Raised Bed Garden. This Raised Bed Gardening System is incredible! Now you can turn your house or wall into a beautiful raised bed garden! Check this out and PLEASE hit the “LIKE” button and “SUBSCRIBE”! ***Join My Facebook GARDENING GROUP Here:… Find Me on Snapchat & Instagram: “JakeMaceTaiChi” Join My New Online Gardening School for $5 at… (Scroll to the Bottom) Get a Vertical Garden from Flower Street Urban Gardens Here: 1. Website: 2. YouTube Channel:… 3. Instagram:… 4. Facebook:… Check out My NEW Gardening STORE Here:… JOIN My NEW Facebook GARDENING PAGE! Click HERE:… Let’s Garden Together Online. My New Gardening Online School is $5 a month or $50 a year at Check Out & ORDER Our Gardening Supplies & Tree Food HERE:…. Hit the “Like” button, Click “SUBSCRIBE”, Comment Below, and Share this Video! Friend me on Facebook at Check out my website at Email me at: Check out my other YouTube channels at: Music is “Solar Flares” by YouTube

A Great Hydroponic System For Beginners: Pathonor Hydroponic System


Published on Mar 5, 2017

I got this hydroponic unit to test out and show other people that also purchased it how to actually use it since the instructions are in Chinese and some of the folks on Amazon that bought it were a little confused. Hopefully I covered thing well in the video to help people out. I think the only thing I didn’t mention was that I keep the lights on 16 hours and off for 8 hours each day. It’s a good set for beginners since it has everything you need to try hydroponics besides the nutrients. I think it would make a great cloning machine too. Amazon Link:…

Building an Inexpensive Hydroponics/Aeroponics System


Published on Aug 19, 2017

Scott Dekarske of Wet-Werk Hydroponics in Memphis, TN, and Master Gardener, Stephan Leonard, show how to assemble an inexpensive aeroponics system. It only takes a few hours to assemble this system. For the complete parts list or to see how the plants have grown visit:… See how to change the nutrients in this system:… Watch these information packed videos for more great gardening ideas! Hydroponics Basics:… Building a simple grow light:… Organic Gardening:… Water Wise Gardeing:… Subscribe now to Family Plot for more gardening videos like these!… Go to for more information!

Dutch Bucket Hydroponics – How It Works & How to Make Your Own Buckets


Published on Oct 8, 2012

I’ve been building a new Dutch Bucket hydroponic system and finally have everything completed and functioning quite well. In this video, I’ll explain the lessons that I learned from my first setup back in the Spring, along with changes made for this new setup. Also, I’ll share how easy it is to make your own dutch (bato) buckets. This is a very simple recirculating hydroponics system that works great for fruiting vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers. It can be set up inside a greenhouse, in your backyard, or on your porch. For my nutrient mix, I use Masterblend 4-18-38, mixed to the manufacturers specifications. It is available online at various places, but I order from Morgan County Seeds out in Missouri. Other types of hydroponic fertilizers can be used just as well. Here’s the link to the video where I explain how to mix it .. For anyone concerned about the use of PVC or plastics, read this :…

Aquaponic Barrel System Build, Chop & Flip Style.


Published on Jun 12, 2016

Hi there folks. Have knocked together this Chop & Flip Aquaponic barrel system build which I think is a great way for you to cut your teeth growing your own Aquaponic produce in a small system. The compact nature of this system means that it would easily fit in small courtyards & most balconies/decks. I’ve included a list of parts I’ve used bellow as well as links to videos mentioned in the clip above. Would love to know how you go if you decide to have a crack at building your own. 0:57 Parts 1:04 Tools 1:13 Selecting the barrel 2:00 Marking, cutting & assembling the barrel 7:22 Plumbing up the Pump 10:49 Building & installing the bell siphon 17:06 Cleaning the grow media Chop & Flip Aquaponic Barrel Parts List. Names of parts may vary in different countries. If they’re not available in your area hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. 1 x 200L/50gal barrel 1 x 45L/12 gal (US) expanded clay Siphon Parts 1 meter 20mm PVC pressure pipe 1 meter 90mm/3½” PVC storm water pipe 2 x 90mm/3½” PVC stormwater pipe end caps 1 x 25-20mm/1-¾” reducing coupling 1 x 20mm/¾” PVC valve socket fitting 1 x 20mm/¾” Bulkhead/Rain tank fitting 1 x 20mm/¾” PVC 90° faucet elbow 1 x 20mm/¾” PVC 90° elbow 1 x 50mm/2” Drink bottle Or 50mm/2” PVC Pipe & end cap to use as siphon bell Pump & plumbing 1 x 20mm/¾” PVC “T” joiner 1 x 20mm/¾” PVC valve socket with “O” ring 1 x 20mm/¾” Barbed Nut & Tail with garden tap adaptor 1 x 20mm/¾” Barbed inline tap 1 x 20mm/¾” Barbed “T” joiner 1m/3’ of 19mm/¾” suitable kink free hose pipe 1000 lph/260gph aquarium pump. PLEASE NOTE Hose fitting on the pump will differ between models so check before buying plumbing parts. Video Clips Chop & Flip IBC build clip… Bell siphon how to clip… Setting up a grow bed & selecting grow media… Planting out in aquaponic media beds… How we release fingerlings… Growing sowing & planting guides… Aquaponic vlogs… Subscribing to us here at Bits Out the Back is as easy as clicking below,… You can also find Bits Out the Back various social media where we post mini updates on the aquaponics, chooks, worms, wicking bed gardens & other small tidbits daily. @bits_out_the_back… @RobsUrbanFarm Have a great one everyone. Rob.

Farm-To-Table Vertical Aeroponics Greenhouse, Art Garden & How We’re Building The Growing System!


Published on Feb 28, 2016

We are back for the season with a whole NEW Wave of video’s. Get ready for a exciting year with Art Garden. Aeroponics is awesome and we are so excited to share our journey. With all the growers across America and Canada we have advanced the growing system even further and our growers are succeeding in many NEW ways! “NEW WEBSITE COMING SOON!” We can be contacted at

Backyard aeroponics: self-sustaining farm for Wisconsin cold


Published on Jun 29, 2014

Benjamin Staffeldt grew up on a farm and works in a garden center so when he and his wife Sara moved into a rental home (a duplex), it was only natural he’d want to start farming his (shared) backyard. They began with containers and then bought a kit greenhouse to extend the growing season and were selling to local supermarkets and restaurants, but the heating bills to farm during Wisconsin winters (with temperatures as low as -70°F) was cutting sharply into their profits. They knew they had to maximize greenhouse space so they decided to grow vertical and to grow differently. They experimented with hydroponics and finally settled on aeroponics. “So aeroponics is similar to hydroponics using water rather than soil, but it’s mist,” explains Benjamin. “It’s a mist that comes on inside the growing chamber, and it comes on every 3 minutes for 10 seconds, it’s a really high oxygen water that’s hitting that root. The method was actually developed and is being used by NASA because it uses so much less water and the speed of growth is much faster.” To fully customize the growing experience, they added a thermal wrap to their aeroponics towers which helps refract light to help keep the temperature stable within the grow chambers. They’re now growing enough in their 10′ by 12′ greenhouse for farming to be Sara’s full-time job. They’re hoping to commercialize their hybrid system- what they call Art Garden. It’s geared toward those looking to grow in a cold climate and in a small space (one unit fits into 4 square feet). This is all part of an increasingly customized growing world that Ben hopes might make farmers out of more of us. Art Garden:… Original story:

More than work: Tokyo office grows own food in vertical farm


Published on Jan 25, 2016

In a country with very little arable land (only 12% compared with 20% in the US), in one of the most populated cities in the world, one company chose to give up 43,000 square feet of valuable workspace to grow food. In the Tokyo headquarters of human resources company Pasona Group they grow 200 species of fruits and vegetables and even rice that are harvested and served to employees. The indoor urban farm doesn’t just provide food, but by mixing work space and farm space, the company tries to provide a healthier quality of life for employees. Here green isn’t just a window dressing: immediately upon entering the building you walk over a 1,000-square-foot rice paddy, continue through an okra field and you enter the vine-covered “tomato guest room” or the “vegetable factory” filled with hundreds of hydroponic heads of lettuce. On the second floor, fruit trees form partition walls between meeting spaces, bean sprouts are grown under benches and herbs grow on shelving along the walls. Even the outside of the building is covered in plants helping keep the building cool in summer and warmer in winter. According to the farm’s designers Kono Designs, “it is the largest and most direct farm-to-table of its kind ever realized inside an office building in Japan.” Original story:…

Are Vertical Farms The Future Of Agriculture?


Published on Aug 25, 2015

The world requires an area of farmland the size of South America to feed itself. What will we do when we run out of farmland? Craig visits a vertical farm and sees if they could be the future of agriculture. Special Thanks to: Green Sense Farms Dickson Despommier Dickson Despommier’s Book on Vertical Farms… Future Of Food Videos: Can We Make Meat Out Of Plants? – Why You Should Eat Bugs – Are Vertical Farms The Future Of Agriculture? – Why We Should Be Urban Farming – ►Subscribe: ►Follow us on Twitter: ►Follow us on instagram: goodstuffshow ►Like us on facebook: Digital street team:… Sign up for our mailing list: The Good Stuff is a proud member of the PBS Digital Studios family __________________________________________________________________ Music by: Oscillator Bug Jason Shaw Jake Chudnow Driftless Pony Club Todd Umhoefer (Old Earth) Image/Video Credits: Dickson at podium, By Pop!Tech [CC BY 2.0 (…)], via Wikimedia Commons,… Rice Plants, By IRRI Images (originally posted to Flickr as Korea_0001) [CC BY 2.0 (…)], via Wikimedia Commons,… Rooftop Garden, By Lamiot (Own work) [GFDL ( or CC BY-SA 4.0-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0 (…)], via Wikimedia Commons,… Potato Garden, By BASFPlantScience [CC BY 2.0 (…)], via Wikimedia Commons,… flooded corn fields,…, photo courtesy of Purdue Agricultural Communication photo/Darrin Pack Pesticide Warning Sign, By Austin Valley,… irrigation system, By Gene Alexander, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service ( No. NRCSCO87001) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons,… hardwood forest, By Joshua Mayer,… dew on clovers,… forest floor, By Danny Steaven (Own work) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (…)], via Wikimedia Commons,… produce in supermarket, By Dungodung (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons,… Edamame, By Tammy Green (aka Zesmerelda) from Chicago Upscale Dining + Lounge Republic Pan-Asian Restaurant [ in Ontario & Rush Street, Chicago, Illinois 60611] (Flickr) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (…)], via Wikimedia Commons,… Vertical Farm Concept, Vincent Callebaut Architectures,… Dragonfly Vertical Farm, Vincent Callebaut Architectures, https://theurbanprospector.files.word… hydro car, Bbqjunkie at English Wikipedia [GFDL ( or CC BY 3.0 (…)], via Wikimedia Commons,…

This Farm of the Future Uses No Soil and 95% Less Water


Published on Jul 5, 2016

Watch the next episode about San Francisco becoming a zero waste city:… As urban populations continue to rise, innovators are looking beyond traditional farming as a way to feed everyone while having less impact on our land and water resources. Vertical farming is one solution that’s been implemented around the world. Vertical farms produce crops in stacked layers, often in controlled environments such as those built by AeroFarms in Newark, New Jersey. AeroFarms grows a variety of leafy salad greens using a process called “aeroponics,” which relies on air and mist. AeroFarms’ crops are grown entirely indoors using a reusable cloth medium made from recycled plastics. In the absence of sun exposure, the company uses LED lights that expose plants to only certain types of spectrum. AeroFarms claims it uses 95% less water than a traditional farm thanks to its specially designed root misting system. And it is now building out a new 70,000 square foot facility in a former steel mill. Once completed, it’s expected to grow 2 million pounds of greens per year, making it the largest indoor vertical farm in the world. For more on AeroFarms: Join the Seeker community! Twitter: Facebook:… Instagram: Tumblr: App – iOS App – Android

How to make a better Strawberry Pallet Planter

More instructions on making this project here:… Video on how to plant it up here:… You’ve seen pallet projects before but this one is simple, relatively quick, and results in a planter that you can use to grow strawberries, veggies, screening shrubs, or greenery of your choice. The resulting planter is not only functional but looks great too – no one would ever know that it was a simple pallet in its former life! The project requires one pallet, a few hand tools, and a couple of hours on a sunny afternoon. Once you’ve made one, you’ll be able to knock them out quickly so you could end up with an entire container garden using these upcycled planters. Subscribe to my channel for more videos featuring organic gardening, DIY projects, beekeeping, handmade beauty recipes, and wild food foraging. ____________________________________ LOVELY GREENS ON SOCIAL MEDIA BLOG: INSTAGRAM: TWITTER: FACEBOOK:… ____________________________________ SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEWSLETTER ____________________________________ GET IN TOUCH:

Never Toss Out Old Pallets, You’ll Be Amazed With What It Can Do In Your Garden


Published on Oct 23, 2017

Instead of investing in pricey planters and organizers, you can instead utilize old pallets and their wood to create boxes and garden benches alike. Not only is this going to save you a lot of green, it’s environmentally conscious because you’re repurposing something that could have otherwise been tossed. Keep watching to know the amazing things you can do with this reclaimed wood. 1.Use the pallets as veggie planters The pallets elevate the plants and help you keep them in nice tidy rows. Not only is this super easy to do, but it’s going to keep your backyard looking sharp and not overgrown. 2.Build a vertical herb garden If you’ve always wanted an herb garden, but are lacking space, try using a pallet. With a clean and sturdy pallet, landscape fabric, and some strong staples, you can create an herb garden using very little space. It could even be placed on a deck or porch, given that there’s adequate sunlight. Be sure to use appropriate sized plants (try basil, thyme, chives, parsley, rosemary, and calendula.) check for water needs frequently. 3.Create a stacked planter box Isn’t this the cutest thing you’ve ever seen? You’ll love how the planters, made out of old pallet wood, are stacked and askew – playing into the whimsy and beauty of a garden. This is easy DIY project will only take an afternoon but will leave you smiling for years to come. 4.Use a pallet as a garden tool organizer This project is super simple, as it’s only going to require some minor adjustments. If you want to make it look even better, though, simply paint it. You can also add some hooks to the front slats to hold smaller shovels, gloves and more. 5.Make your own planter Instead of buying pricey planting boxes and lugging them home, make them from the scrap wood from an old pallet. This wood is nice and sturdy and will weather well outside in the elements. It’s going to look great on your deck or as an elevated flower arrangement in your garden 6.Put up the picket fence you’ve been wanting Wooden fences are a charming addition to any home. But, they can be pricey. Instead, repurpose old pallet wood in to get the picket fence you’ve always dreamed of. 7.Make an outdoor bar This DIY is super easy and the end result looks like something out of a glossy magazine. All you’re going to need are two pallets and some cinderblocks to top it off. Well, you should really top it off with some cocktails. After all that hard work in the garden, you deserve it! Image Sources Pinterest

How to Build Raised Beds Using Pallets | A Thousand Words


Published on Feb 23, 2017

A full tutorial, including tips and tricks, on how to build raised garden beds using pallets WITHOUT having to dismantle the pallets first! Spring 2016 garden tour: Summer 2017 garden tour: Instagram Facebook… Blog at My recipe e-book… Jamberry store Jamberry Facebook Vlogs filmed with a Canon Powershot G7x Mark II Sit-down videos filmed with a Canon 60D camera with a Sigma 18-125mm lens Room reveal videos filmed with a Canon 60D camera with a Sigma 10-20mm lens

8 Vegetables You Can Grow In Your Tiny Apartment All Year Round


Published on Sep 11, 2017

Growing Your Own Vegetable is Not Only Fun but you’ll know What Exactly Went into the plants at every stage which is not the case with store bought food. While growing plants in a busy city and apartment might seem like an impossible-task, There are fruits and veggies you can grow in pots that can sit pretty on a super small-porch, fire-escape, or even in a well-lit indoor area. And, unlike traditional gardens, you won’t have to deal with many intrusive weeds either!  NOTE: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provide. Images licensed under Creative Commons: Pinterest

9 Herbs You Can Grow In Water Over And Over Again For Endless Supply


Published on Jul 31, 2017

If you have a glass jar and access to fresh water, you can grow a supply of herbs in water right on your windowsill! While any medium -sized container will do, Mason Jars are particularly cute! Growing procedure for all the herbs is the same. Simply take some healthy, fresh cuttings – Leaving just two sets of leaves at the top of each cutting, and remove the remaining leaves. Then, submerge the cuttings in a few inches of clean-water. Here is a list of such herbs. 1. Peppermint Grow peppermint in a jar and snip off a bit to make herbal tea, oil or soup. You can also just enjoy the sweet scent of this fragrant herb Peppermint does well in partially sunny or shady windows. 2. Oregano You can use fresh oregano straight in pasta sauces, soups and other savory dishes. Just use a pair of kitchen scissors to gently remove a few leaves from the stem. Oregano can grow quite large, so keep an eye on your plant. 3. Sage Sage has a flavorful scent which makes it a popular choice for holistic purposes. You can also use sage with eggs, chicken, lamb or pineapple. Snip as much as you need and add it to your favorite dish. Sage doesn’t need a ton of water and should be kept in moderate sunlight 4. Basil This popular Italian herb grows well in water and can be used in many different recipes including sauces and soups. Make sure your basil jar gets about 6-8 hours of sunlight per day. 5. Stevia This hardy herb prefers a bit of sun but can grow just as well in shadier areas. You can use the leaves off of this herb to sweeten your tea of coffee naturally! You can also create a powder from the leaves to use as a sweetener too. 6.Thyme Thyme is a versatile herb. It will flower or you can harvest them before they flower, hang the stems to dry the leaves and then remove the leaves to use in cooking. Thyme needs plenty of sunlight, so set those jars in a bright window. 7.Rosemary This flavorful herb does well in sunlight or partially shaded areas. It will grow better in full sunlight though. Use your growing’s to spice up your favorite chicken dish! 8.Lemon Balm You can use the lemon balm herb to create an herbal tea that helps reduce anxiety, relieve symptoms of indigestion and helps make sleep a little easier to come by. Give this plant plenty of sunlight. 9.Chives This onion family member is super easy to grow and you can use it in a ton of dishes. Make sure this herb has plenty of water and sunlight for best growth results. For Continues harvest of your herbs, try adding hydroponic nutrients to the water to give your herb a nutrient boost. Now, Have you ever grown herbs in a jar? Please share your experience in the comments below NOTE: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provide. google plus:… Images licensed under Creative Commons: Pinterest

Cheap Homestead Mason Jar Hydroponics


Published on Mar 8, 2015

This video covers making a simple, non-electric, low maintenance, hydroponic set-up from things you have at home, no special tools or equipment. Mason jar hydroponics

Self watering system for plants using waste plastic bottle


Published on Nov 19, 2017

How to make auto watering system for plants , Self watering system for plants , Grow plants faster

The Green Wall – Educational Vertical Garden Bottle System Project

The Green Wall Vertical Garden Bottle System is an educational project designed to promote sustainability awareness. The Green Wall is a hand-on workshop, a great school activity for preschool, middle school and high school kids. It is a great idea for community gatherings and sustainability awareness events. The bottle vertical garden in this video was built using 386 used plastic PET bottles, by children in Ben Gurion Elementary School in Givat Shmuel, Israel. Contact us: +972(0)52-3300212 Visit: Re-use plastic bottles! Learn how to make a hanging bottle garden @ The Solar Garden So SMART! Vertical garden in bottles, plastic, stacked, simple instructions – how to make a beautiful garden for vegetables, herbs and flowers – contact us for details!

Building a Floating Hydroponic Garden


Published on Mar 6, 2014

A step-by-step tutorial on building a floating hydroponic garden, provided by the University of Florida/IFAS Extension and it’s Virtual Field Day web site:

Best vertical hydroponic gardening systems


Published on Sep 18, 2015

Best vertical hydroponic gardening systems Hydroponics gardening method is one in which the trick is to plant with water to the maximum utilization without the use of the land with an emphasis on the fulfillment of needs nutrients to plants. Water needs in hydroponic systems tend to be less than the water needs for the cultivation of plants that use the ground. This popular type of cultivation planting because the media can be used for many years and free of plant pest. In addition it is also easy to do hydroponics, including for you who want to try it at home. The following are some garden design with vertical hydroponic system best you can apply. Hydroponic cultivation is identical to the use of pipelines as potted plants. For that you can use the horizontal pipes arranged vertically using the rear legs of the triangle as well as use the white paint to a more interesting result (00:12). The feet of the pipe can also be changed by using a blend of wood and iron (00:35). In addition to this model such as a vase, arranged to the top like a fir tree is also a unique option (00:18 & 01:49). In addition, you can also use the arrangement of shelves that are oval with a strut like iron Bookshelf (01:24). The rectangular box is gorgeous and arranged vertically in sprila can also be a unique breakthrough (01:32). For the concept of moving shelf, you may use L-shaped boards are added with wheels on the bottom for easy moved (01:37). You can also use the vertical pipe that was given a hole then strung with anchoring at the top and bottom (02:02). A more simple design is to use a cloth bag in which the plant put in his pocket each (02:08). Vertical hydroponic gardens can also be used as wall elements that have a high aesthetic value (00:32). For those of you who want to make this as a hydroponic plants, form of potted plants that are arranged on shelves high is also effective to save place (01:04).

The Future of Farming: Hydroponic Tomatoes


Published on Dec 10, 2014

Watch and read more here about The Future of Farming: Hydroponic Tomatoes: Rows of healthy hydroponic tomatoes are nurtured and grown in a high-tech greenhouse facility in Camarillo, California. Houweling’s Tomatoes is a family-owned operation dedicated to reducing its environmental footprint, one nutrient-rich tomato at a time. The tomatoes at this facility are fed nitrogen, potassium, and other elements like iron and zinc to give it that extra kick. Plants sink their roots in coconut fibers, aiding in the growth of vines that can reach approximately a foot a week. Since the facility is completely enclosed, there are no weeds, no fungus, or need for any pesticides or fungicides. Advanced computer technology controls the humidity and carbon dioxide levels, and solar panels provide the facility with total energy independence. Reporter Val Zavala chats with tomato growers for a rare look inside the one-of-a-kind greenhouse facility in Southern California. Watch all SoCal Connected videos here: SoCal Connected articles, videos, and more: Like Socal Connected on Facebook: Follow Socal Connected on Twitter: Follow SoCal Connected on Instagram: Follow SoCal Connected on Vine: Follow SoCal Connected on Google+: Follow SoCal Connected on tumblr:

DIY Hydroponic Garden Tower – The ULTIMATE hydroponic system growing over 100 plants in 10 sq feet


Published on May 15, 2013

Go to to join the Food Abundance movement. This DIY Hydroponic Garden Tower grows over 100 plants in less than 10 square feet, by taking advantage of vertical growth space. Get FREE written instructions here:… For a more professional set of instructions, go here:… This is a simple hydroponic system made with 4″ irrigation pipes. You can buy everything at your local hardware store and a local hydroponics store. It uses 80% less water than square foot gardening and does not require you to break your back bending down to garden. This hydroponics growing system can grow: Spinach Zucchini Peppers Arugula Yellow Squash Chiles Lettuce (of all types) Pickle Cucumbers Basil Cabbage (of all types) Broccoli Mint Peas Cauliflower Cilantro Strawberries Green Beans Oregano Radishes Cherry Tomatoes Parsley Onions Chives Any above ground veggie You can make them shorter and lower, such that it can fit onto the back of even a small patio. This homemade hydroponic system is a version of vertical hydroponics that can easily be disassembled and moved, if you are just renting, or can be put on rollers, if you want to move it around on your back patio. Please consider building on yourself, so that you can produce local food in hyper-abundance. This beats food storage any day, and in a worst case scenario, you can sell the food for top dollar. When millions of people produce their own local food in hyper-abundance, then hunger doesn’t stand a chance. To join the Food Abundance movement, go to

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