Vai al contenuto

How Light, Nutrients, and Heat Affect Hydroponic Peas

They were supposed to be micro-greens but there was nothing micro about them.

This video is sponsored by the Mars Hydro FC3000 Full Spectrum Led Grow Light. Get details at×3-energy-saving-full-spectrum-commercial-led-grow-light-mars-hydro-for-sale.

3% Discount Code: JebGardener

FC 3000 details:
-Samsung Lm301b&Osram 660nm Leds , Meanwell Driver
-High PPE up to 2.9 µmol/j
-Balanced, full-spectrum light output
-Energy saving with 50% lower power consumption than HID lamps
-4 passively cooled bars provide broad-coverage lighting for full-term growth
-Dimmable box
-IP65 waterproof
-Suitable for Indoor, Garden, Greenhouse, Grow Tent.

Music is from Conan the Barbarian by Basil Poledouris. If you enjoyed the music, consider joining me on Patreon at Using copyrighted audio recordings significantly reduces ad revenue on my channel. Get details on the recording at As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.


26 commenti su “How Light, Nutrients, and Heat Affect Hydroponic Peas”

  1. I just recently grew my first microgreens. I grew peas along with other stuff and realized I could have been eating the pea shoots a lots sooner. The stalks get tough real quick. I think I will try growing them hydroponically next time. My chickens got the leftovers too.

  2. This may be a common and/or silly question.. But have you ever thought about setting up a small aquaponics system and raising some tilapia or something along with your plants?
    I'd love to see a comparison video between aquaponically grown plants with naturally cycled nutrients vs. Hydroponic plants with supplied nutrients.
    Amazing videos as always Jeb. It's an absolute pleasure every time I see your channel's name pop up in my notifications.

Lascia un commento

Il tuo indirizzo email non sarà pubblicato.