The Electron Files
Importance of Gardening
Haha Awesome Video. Great tips and funny intro and outro. Thanks man, worth 8mins
Nice vid! Funny.
Hi, You say "lycka till" in the end 😉 It's swedish for Good Luck.
Great tips, thank you! I'm not brave enough to question the ways of Jeb but I agree the radish was a sad episode for us all. I firmly believe he could grow a hydroponic giant pumpkin in a 3" net cup just by planting the thought of it into a Kratky setup.
Thanks great video I am a beginner.
Is this really economical? I mean look, I get it, we all do different things…this is an interesting side quest. But I think the whole purpose of gardening is creating a little bit of self sufficiency. These lights, these buckets, these solutions and the energy to power the lights…do you really come out ahead?
You're funny, "like an animal!"You're info is appreciated.
You mention calcium and magnesium missing from Miracle Grow. I have EB Stone agricultural lime- calcium and magnesium- in stock. It seems to dissolve in water pretty well. I plan to try MG blue plus lime with lettuce.
A great video…thanks for all the terrific information. One thing though, about Jeb’s radish. While I certainly agree and I’m sure even Jeb would agree, that it looked ridiculously disgusting on the outside, when he cut it open, the meat inside looked moist and delicious. He never did tell us how it tasted though. 😜
Can i use regular tap water to fill my resevoir? Or should i use my Brita filter or filtered water?
They got leggy because they were too warm, lettuces are a cold weather crop, when they get warm, they bolt or get leggy.
Wool-mart for the win!! ✊🏻✊🏻
Subscribed when you made the "Jeb" reference!
Great video, thank you! I always look for 6500K (Kelvin) on my light bulbs for lettuce. Kelvin measures the color temperature and 6500K is in the blue spectrum. Lumens measures the brightness of the bulb, I never thought about looking at that……is lumens the same as watts?
You had me at JEB! Subscribed! Love it!
Lol Jeb is a god. He can do whatever xD 😛 1+ Sub
Just getting started thank you for the insightbtwYou're allowed to mention brand names and companies like walmart. It's only illegal if you claim you aren't being payed to mention a company when you actually are
Useful info s and funny. Good luck to you
My cucumber hydroponic leaves edges are turning light green, what could be the deficiency in nutrient? Thank-you
thank you for the info-s, one more tip, get yourself a fan blowing at your plants, try your best to mimic nature , it will make the plant grow stronger. no wind blowing on the plant leads to legginess
I hope Jeb saw this. He definitely defies the laws of nature!!
useless video you are acting oversmart but tips are not new its basic kraky rules.
Change the Title of this video thanks.
Nice info. Could you do a vid on what size container different plants need?
What about Jebs carrot? And that potato, potatoes?? Gnarly stuff (cool musical score here)
Bwahahahaha wool mart,,,was that a Mark Ronald cup you held up? Great stuff
Redblue combination led or white light led which are better? Pros and cons??
thanks for the knowledge
how do you know what size of container to use for which type of plant? A lettuce takes 4-6 liters, what about kale? Or peppers? tomatoes?
jeb rules OK!
Leggyness.. Yup..it happens.. almost always..You absolutely will need synthetic lighting of some type. I started out with good ol CFL Shop LIghts- They work great, but they are a little heavy, and I decided to experiment with LED strips. I found a set of 6 of the 4ft LED strips with the same light quality..$39.00(Pack of 6) LED T5 Integrated Single Fixture 4FT,20W,2200lm,6500K (Super Bright White),Utility led Shop LightAll 6 of the 4ft strips weigh less than one of my double bulb cfl shop lights..and uses less electricity. Guess what..they work exactly the same. So you definitely have some great options for lighting! You will want your lights to be roughly 3" above your plants almost right up to harvest…10-12 hours on each day. Buy a timer! Harbor Freight $5.00..I have several..and they work/last for years.They are not hot, they will not burn your plants!So.. You will want to make a stand to hang your lights from, that will be adjustable. I've been doing this for a number of years..and I always use good ol PVC & PVC Connectors..You can build super nice stands for way under $10.00.
If you want to see a very nice and good tasting kratky radish look at my thumbnail on this YT https://youtu.be/0QUex2kYRZ8
I show it at 3:13 but my video show my setup at home inspired by Jeb.
Just discovered your channel will look into it some more.
I get the feeling you growing plenty of tomato.
Thanks for this vid I literally just put something in a mason jar in a windowsill I thought was bright. It's just a seed now but I'm going to change it
So what could I grow in quart mason jars? Did I just waste my money buying a box of 12? I do plan on trying sprouts in a jar. Right now I have some lettuce, basil, cilantro, and pak choi seeds growing.
Helpful and entertaining video🤗
Best combination of honesty, reality and informative when you said, "Google grow lights and it will blow your mind." nothing more frustrating than to get information without getting an answer.
You, sir, have a great sense of humor. Loved the video.
jeb is a plant god
Love you videos, Friend. Your humor cracks me up and Im learning a ton. Perfect and thank you.
When you're watching a video and the English speaking up-loader drops a Swedish phrase. Had to rewind and check i wasn't just hearing things hehe. Was considering trying 1.6 liter jars for lettuce on the windowsill but i guess i'll skip that. This video has a lot of straight to the point, good information. Thanks… Also, all hail Jeb
Thank you for your information you've really helped me understand krathy method much much more,,,, well done
😂🤣😂🤣☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️ So funny 🌺
I wish I found this 2 weeks ago when I started researching 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣
SMH… Lol lmfao
Can i grow a lettuce (or any vegetable) in a hydroponic system using directly the sunlight??
Jeb got another channel a T5 basil guy lol
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