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Using the k cups can also be used.
great job, and expanded my ideas of possible DIYs.
this is absolutely DIY. it's the first video i've watched where the netpot was done DIY!
you made it accessible & explained the steps really well.
overall, this is one of my favourite DIY guides!
Be sure to test the PH of the water after adding the fertilizer. Adjust PH accordingly with ph up or down.
I use Keirug Cups with a wood burner. “Jar” is an almond milk container turned on its side.
A 2 inch hoke saw isn't a special too. If you don't have one at home already go buy one. It's like a few dollars
Just put a couple of tooth picks in the side if they're too small. I'm using tall beer cans right now. Just cut the top off and cut half of it vertically many times to hold it on your medium and drill holes in the bottom.
For anyone that doesn't have a heat gun, light a candle, then heat the tip of a small screw driver or heat a nail.
I have two questions
1) what size of the mason ja
2) what size of the net cup ? Look like 1 inch net cup
I’m new to this method of growing I’m still on old fashion gardening with soils I would like to experience this new technique thank you for your time
I use old dark socks around the jars. Works great. Just another idea.
Thank you for the video I enjoyed it.
I keep coming back to this video for reference. It’s a great place to start and also good for hobbyists that aren’t wanting a huge production. Thank you for making it accessible to many!
Is the plant food needed ?
This is near, Thanks,
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Good ideas 💡🙏🏼😉
This is great‼️. Thanks for sharing.