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This is a great idea! It’s cheap but also great for people like me who live in the city and don’t have a lot of space. I managed to do a good amount of gardening on my balcony but with this I could do so much more.
So you put the seeds directly into the noodle to start growing or do you put an already sprouted seed in?
You’ve got some great ideas. Thanks!
I'm using the pool noodle to root my sweet potato slips in my fish tank. I use moss to fill the hole, poke in the slip and float the noodle.
The fish feed the slips while they root out. I used a secondhand fish tank and feeder fish (little goldfish) keeping the cost to a minimum.
K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple Silly. Improvement to a design is not how much can you add, but how much you can take away without hindering function and while saving time and money. I have never tried the pool noodle thing, but after seeing this, I might have to. I want to try some grow towers but don't want to do a bunch of stuff or spend a bunch of money. A 4in pipe, hole saw, and pool noodle is pretty cheap and easy to obtain. Of course, the price of the pipe here is now about $28. A bit of a price increase in eight months.
Fittings are not cheap and they add-up fast on a project like this!
Angle cut those pool noodle pieces on each end, on the inside, it can take any excess water away from the hole and drip it down away from the tube wall?
I want to build a Hydroponics Tower with PVC and a Heat Gun. Maybe you could make a video with that context?
Hi how to prevent towers from being mosquito homes? 😔
Did someone tried the angled pool noodle method yet? Hopefully it works!
Did it work with the pool noodle in a vertical tower? I don't think they absorb water as much as rockwool and therefore you cant put super young seedlings in. You've gotta get them bigger first and then the roots showing. Is this correct? Any one have any experience with this?
So much plastic
Thank you for sharing! You have a good way of explaining these concepts and innovative ideas! Happy Journeys Friend!
Other ones are way too expensive can afford them this fucking idea is awesome
I've been wanting to do these garden towers for a while. I live in a town home and outside there's only a small area that belongs to us. Hope HOA doesn't disapprove.
isnt the pool noodle full of chemicals that you wouldn't want in your food? Just asking not sure
My concern is do the pool noodles contain toxic chemicals that will get into the food?