Growing plants in gutters and pool noodles during another frost | DIY Hydroponics
Let’s see how our plants are doing on the ladder system. This is about a week from our last frost. We are growing cilantro, kale and pak choi.
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Great content! Thank you for sharing. Continuing to follow your channel! 🥒🌾🌱🍃🌿🌵
Just found your channel and on a binge watching mission!
Love the creativity and simplification!
I’m waiting for my order from your Etsy. I can’t wait to get started! I live in an apt in Louisiana so, it’ll be all indoor. I also ordered the grow pads via amazon but should I get some dirt too?
What nutrients are you adding to the water? Im new to this and havent started yet. Great videos
What size of downspouts do you use? I can only find 2" x 3" ones at local hardware stores. Would those be too small?
I'm st starting my own garden because of your inspirational videos. Thank you
Love your attitude and how people can feed them selves. With the knowledge that they learn from you it is a possibility. Nice video
Cilantro and kale are very cold hearty. I'm surprised you don't have trouble with cilantro bolting in Florida.
Great video 🥰🥰🥰🥰
Mike, adopt that kitty!
Also, do you have any suggestions for avoiding the likelihood of the nutrient solution freezing? Or do you end your (outside) grows by the seasonal freezing times. I know you're in Florida,I am in s.w. missouri, so I'm curious. Winter nighttime temps here tend to hover in the 30s/40s so it just gets quite cold at night, with the occasionally freeze.
How often do you change your water & minerals in the containers?
Hey Mike, also in Florida. Do you add water to the rails, or dump and add fresh water?
p.s thanks for all the video updates, best one so far is milk gallon box. My spinach, celery, and strawberries have been transplanted. root growth is crazy, foliage is going leaf for leaf compared to the ones in dirt for now. Best wishes
Your plans to teach others ,especially children, how to plant their very own food,salads, is so awesome, Mike. Us people are so dependent on the stores supplying it for us, it's time we do it ourselves, no pesticides to worry about! Blessings from Texas!
Mike always a great video teaching kids is important doing a great job and if stray kitty wants in on videos I think you should ask the neighbor what his or her name is lol 😂 say hi to Keely 😊♥️✌🏼
Such crazy weather. Chilly down your way. Up here in South Dakota it should be cold and snowy but it has been t-shirt weather. It should hit 63F today.
Mike, like you, we are in Florida. How often do you have to add nutrients water to the rail set up you are showing. Love videos! thanks
Kitty helping was Priceless!! So cool you are teaching a class for the kids to learn to grow. Looks like nothing got hurt with the frost. Kitty wants to make sure you get her in the show! LOL. Awesome job done Mr. Mike. Stay safe and warm down there!
Wow they don't seem to have taken any damage, very nice!
Thanks Mike!! Good seeing you bub!