Aeroponics system cannabis grow 1/25

Aeroponics system cannabis grow 1/25

Quick update on aeroponics grow for “green crack” clones for last grow.

Grow journal can be found over here:


  1. Ambrison Rose on May 31, 2022 at 6:58 pm

    where can i get a starter aero kit

  2. AeRomAh on May 31, 2022 at 7:36 pm

    I like that make shift humidity maker! Good idea! I too am running the Inkbird both temp and r/h controllers…. got to say so far so good!

    About the drain back to the res….. from the footage it looks like the line rises above the water line…. but, maybe it’s the angle of the shot…. but, suggestion… instead of running a Tee fitting…. why don’t you try to just increase the diameter of the return line? Increasing the volume of flow will automatically increase the air gap allowing for free flow. Just a thought,

    Are you running an accumulator pressure tank? Oh and yeah… Lowes buckets can see right through them lol…. My local Home Depot carries the black ones in stock.

    Cheers! Look forward to seeing your update!

  3. john muir on May 31, 2022 at 7:38 pm


  4. Cortex_ _Gaming on May 31, 2022 at 7:42 pm

    are those neoprene inserts? same size from small plant to harvest? Im looking at doing my own just doing some research

  5. ASS OG on May 31, 2022 at 7:43 pm

    Hey nice little set up.
    I’m sure you know this, but i think you need another light in there.
    Also your drain hose should always be double the size of your intake.
    Another thing is your roots are way way to wet.
    And once you stated your on off times, that explained it.
    Your off time is way to short. Your times should be more like 10 seconds on and 20 to 25 minutes off.
    I run a 10/25 with great success.
    But one thing most people don’t think about is what season it is.
    I have found ( even in a controlled climate) I have to adjust my on off times from summer to winter.

    You know you can get alot more yield growing in the sea of green.
    I grow 46 plants in a 3’x3′ area under 1, 3’x3′ led light in the sea of green.

    I’ve been growing with areo for almost 8 years now.

    One of the most important thing i learned. Right at the beginning of growing this way. And NOBODY says anything about it, because they don’t know or think about it.
    Due to the fact of growing in the sea of green and using leds.
    That any of my plants that are not directly under the led light fixture only grows half as big or smaller.

    For example when I first started, I built the areo systems with 2 grow chambers with 23 grow sight’s each.
    And these systems are 3’x3′.
    Well the led light fixture I was using was only 18"x18".
    So I had 3 rows all the way around that were not directly under the light fixture.
    The plants that were only a quarter inch away only grew half as big.
    And then each row further away grew smaller and smaller.
    Even with the mfg. of the light I used stated that the light covered a 4’x4′ area in flower. So I had to purchase bigger lights.
    The only problem was way back then nobody had bigger light’s. So i built my own.
    Just something else to think about.
    I have 4 of these systems. And I start one every 2 weeks. So I harvest every 2 weeks.

    Well I’ve gone on long enough.

    Good luck.
    ASS OG

    AreoSystemSea Of green.

  6. Alp Demirel on May 31, 2022 at 7:43 pm

    Hello, nice setup. My question is: Did u have any issues with cloged nozzles? I have heard that on HPS systems such issues.

  7. Matt Matthew on May 31, 2022 at 7:51 pm

    Really liked this clip. Lots of info! Keep the content coming ❤️

  8. Atom izer on May 31, 2022 at 7:52 pm

    I find hudroton in netpots leaves small gaps for light to get into the chamber. I use a disk of foil bubble insulation an inch or larger than the netpot. Punch a 3/4" hole (not too small as foil bubble can be sharp) for the stem and make a cut from the hole to the edge, much like a neoprene cloner puck. I use the inkbird RH controllers, very reliable piece of kit.