Growing Plants in Pool Noodles | Easiest Way To Grow Leafy Greens | DIY Hydroponics

Growing Plants in Pool Noodles | Easiest Way To Grow Leafy Greens | DIY Hydroponics

This is by far the easiest way to grow healthy leafy greens. Non circulating off grid hydroponics is the new and carefree way to grow. Just add some nutrients to a container, insert your plants so their roots touch the solution and wait for harvest. Some crops that take a longer time will need to have their container refilled from time to time.

EBook shows how to grow with non circulating hydroponics and the downspout growbox available here::

Supplies and seed that I use that can’t be found at local home improvement stores:

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  1. Love your channel. I just ordered a set of downspouts and sample of the solution mix from you! Thanks bunches! I am more excited than a kid waiting on Santa! You have definitely inspired me!

  2. Hey Mike! Great video, I like your little friend! 🐸 😎
    It's always so much fun to experiment. Everything's looking nice and healthy!
    Hope y'all had a nice Memorial Weekend, be well and stay safe! 🇺🇸🌞

  3. Mike, love your videos! I built some downspout grow boxes and have made a very similar system, like your little green containers, for starting my seeds to get microgreens. I’m not getting the nice full microgreens like yours. They sprout fast and grow into small seedlings and then just stop, they don’t die or wilt or anything, but they don’t get any bigger. Should I be adding nutrients to them at some point?

  4. I am so glad to find your chanel. Just subbed. Loved the way you growing bok choy which is my favorite. Thank you for putting the nutrient sample together. I am going to your etsy store to buy some. Can you tell me for each gallon of the solution, how many bok choy I can grow? I am thinking to use smaller jar (maybe a 12 or 16 oz jar? how small can I go?), that way I can grow more of them instead of using 32 oz jar:-) I plan to put them indoor where they will get southwest sunlight. Another question, If there are leftover solution left when they mature, will i be able to continue to use the solution? Thank you Mike.

  5. Great video Mike! Always nice to see someone who experiments with growing, its various growing options, and diversifies plant types. Hope all is well down in your neck of the woods. Happy Gardening! -Bob…

  6. We are a small family, and I eat plant-based. Greens and herbs are getting expensive. Would it be possible to grow things like peas, green beans, cilantro, oregano, etc in your type of setup? I don’t have a lot of room for a massive setup.

  7. My only spot to use these downspouts gets sun for most of the day. How do you combat high heat? If it isn't summer these are a 10/10 way to grow veggies.

  8. You inspire me to grow my own food. I do not have a lot of money but if i can do this and provide for my family some food it will pay off. I have bought all the tools needed to do it. Now i have to figure out how i am going to set it up. We are living with my mother in law. Her home is a huge cement monster she built with balconies on each floor. So the roof is a huge balcony above the third floor. I want to put a garden up their where i don't have to fight with the chipmunks and squirrels. They ate half the plants i have planted. If i can grow napa cabbage and salad fixings this year then i will have all the money i spent so far back. I need to grow about 15 nice size heads of napa cabbage every 4 months because my mother in law eats kimchi and rice 3 times a day. My main goal is grow cabbage for her and salad fixings for the rest of family. Thank you for all your wonderful videos.

  9. HI Mike, just ordered my downspouts from you. Loving your videos and ordered your Growing Made Easy. I too live in FL and hope this summer is not too hot. Hoping you address the hot weather in the summer. Do you put on fan on the outside or what? LOL Keep on putting those videos out there. We love them. You are the greatest. Thanks, Linda

  10. I got my 2 downspouts about 6 weeks ago. So far I've had some successes and some disapointments, but am learning TONS. My climate is drastically different than yours, but the Kratky system still works. Thank you Mr. Vanduzee


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