Aeroponic Systems – The Growth Chamber:
I reveal the Ultimate Aeroponic Growth Chamber that you can buy right now in your town.
What you need to know to choose the right Growth Chamber for your aeroponic system part 2.
In a true high-pressure aeroponics system, plants are grown in a chamber. The plant roots are suspended/hanging in space inside the growth chamber where they receive their nutrients and water through a fine mist. This means that roots can get larger and more easily absorb nutrients and oxygen. There’s less chance of root zone disease because there’s no material for debris or pathogens to reside.
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Thanks for the info
Is the larger white container you presented for sale? If so, could I get a link?
I use the 17 and 27 gallon commander totes from Lowes. They are made of Polypropylene which is considered food safe. They ard 8 to 12 bucks each…
Hi, thanks for the video. Could you please advice food safe material options for custom growth chambers to be made of?
Would it be ideal to install ventilation in the root zone?
Love your videos! What are your thoughts on a vertical system? Like using a 12-16 inch pipe? Again, thank you for your videos🙂
Great content but why the green screen?
Very informative videos how much does the last chamber u showed on video cost
It's been over a year since you indicated you will be using the EZ-Clone Low Pro 128 System. What are the pros, cons, and overall performance based on your experience?
In this video you recommend the EZ-Clone Low Pro 128, but after checking their website, three online stores, and a Google Search, the only information I can find regarding what type of plastic they use for their grow chambers is a specifications table entry on Home Depot that says PVC – and those tables are notoriously unreliable for material accuracy. Do you have any information on what type of plastic is in these and a source you can reference for it? Thank you.
Where can I buy growth chambers?
Hi, I am interested in building a compact system vertically stacked in order to fit several growth layer within 2 to 2.5m height (like a growing rack). Hence i am interested in getting the height of the growth chambers as low as possible. What do you think is the minimum height I could achieve for short crops such as lettuce and the likes? Have you ever tried making it lower, say 5" for these kind of crops?
Thank you! Great videos!
Hmmm, twenty dollars for a 55 gallon tuff tote made of safe polypropylene with a lid that will hold a distributed 900 pounds, or four hundred dollars for a system made from hype plastic that you cannot fit out with the holes you want were you want them? Neither one insulated, both have to be fitted with a drain. Now let me think, twenty dollars . . . four hundred dollars. Hmmm — hard choice.
How about the cylinder looking ones?How would I have to build it? Love your vids