ron23ald: Does the bottom plants get sufficient water as the top plants roots grow bigger?
Yves Baggi: looks very cool, thank you. Here's my noobs question:
is this better than have a gutter or 1/2 pvc pipe horizontally at 6 or 7 feet height? it seems I would be able to fit more plants in a horizontal layout. althoug this looks nicer.
Also, when is the best time to set strawbery plants in aquaponics? and what do I do in the winter when the temps go freezing.
thank you very much for the ideas.
CalBoone B: Any follow up pictures or video of this build? I'd like to see how it turned out. Thanks!
jionnie: Nice idea … But could have saved money just using the grow bed as the stand . :)
Δρυοπας φαναριτης: how about pebbles instead od other stones? will it work? and one more question, do the rocky surfaces need to be replaced after some time or can they stay almost permanently, thanks in advance
Tanner Stage V: Sewer pipe is not for potable water. If you have fish don't do that. Just ask the plumbing guys at the store "hey can I use this sewer pipe for drinking water? NOOOO. Don't take my word for it try it anywhere for the exact same answer. Although, nice build.
Jeremy Sobles: Great build. I suggest washing any rocks off before putting them into your aquaponics bed though! :)
ENG AHMED ADLY MOHAMMED HASSAN: I really enjoyed your video.
Ryan Cook: very nice - i would have had 2 towers coming up from the base though.. and joined them at the top - i.e. TWICE as many plants. But NICE video - thanks heaps.
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Lisa Johnson: I am wondering. What do you use to keep the insects and bugs from eating your plants ?
Gino Smit: Yeps, like it..!
Dave Paulison: As long as it's new and hasn't had any poop in it.
Bike Man Dan: Is PVC waste pipe food safe?
Anne Rayburn: OK, I finally found it. My home depot has them. Oatey 4 in. Mechanical Plastic Test Plug
I purchased the heat gun yesterday. I love this design.
Anne Rayburn: Hey Paul, I have watched your video several times and decided I want to incorporate several of these towers into my system (which is still in the planning stages). I have searched and searched for the end plug at both Lowes and Home Depot, as well as on line and just can't find it. Can you tell me exactly what it is called or what department you actually found it in at Lowes? Thanks and a great job.
footstomper1: when sealing off the tee with plunger why not cover the opening with plastic then push in a 3inch piece of pipe to jam it in there.. job done... no need to lose yer fingers using a chop saw ;0)
hrprada: It's very disturbing to see the ubiquitous PVC being used for supposedly organic (edible) gardening. Sadly, few people seem to be aware of the link between PVC and dioxin contamination.
sickbastard151: dude awsome.. im gonna invest in this.. greetings from the netehrlands