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    Default Professor Kratky's hydroponic garden system (no electricity required)

    Professor Kratky's system promises great results, small or large scale, with no pumps, no electricity needed. Potentially a great food production solution during a grid down situation.







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    Thanks Ron for this exelent link. I'm very interested in something like this but mixed with Aquaponics , to grow green forage for my goats & chickens. So the idea is to use the nutrients of the fish tank to feed the plants witch in return filter the water that goes back to the fish tank from a elevated pipe cascading back and bring oxygen to the water, and closing the circuit. Thanks again. yeti

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    Thank you Ron, this is a great series of videos for those interested in growing through hydroponics!
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    Thanks Ron, anxious to try it coming Spring time, the best to you!

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    Well its springtime in Wales! Daffodils are out, so I'm gonna get started on a small one of these and see how it goes.
    Thanks Ron!

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