1. Diy hydroponics gardening with homemade water pumps demonstrates how simple it is to pump water using air power. Why use air powered water pumps to irrigate hydroponic grow buckets, containers, trays:
    1) There is more oxygen available not only by the water pump operation but by the applied output; drip, aeroponic, ebb and flow etc.
    2) Air pumps are less expensive to operate than using a water pump.
    3) Many Output Options: You can use for Aeroponics, Drip, Ebb and Flow, Wick, and NFT
    Hybrid filter/grow containers can be used to filter and grow a plant at the same time. http://tkrimo.com for more information.
    There are many more reasons but the point is this, you can pump water using air using less power no moving parts for the pump head. The plants will grow faster with higher yields using these homemade water pumps. Use the same air pump used to aerate your nutrient solution to power several grow containers and still aerate your nutrient solution!

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  2. Air Powered Hydroponic Water Pump Demonstration - go to http://tkrimo.com for more info:
    this demonstrates the ability of pumping water using a air pump. The demonstration shows a orange circle going down a bigger tube, which makes it possible to pump water up such a large tube, The reason is simple. There is a air line 1/4 inch going into a small hole in the orange ball. The ball effectively reduces the overall size of the bigger tube as the air and water have to go around the orange ball and at the same time is like a venturi effect accelerating the water.

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  3. Air Powered Hydroponic Gardening website with homemade air powered water pumps and grow containers. Build your own hydroponic grow filters and grow containers from recycled or new food safe plastics.
    Go to Tkrimo.com for more information
    Laura and I try to be as Eco-Friendly with our hydroponic gardening as possible. We built a greenhouse to extend our growing season for our plants and vegetables. We dug a small pond into the floor of the greenhouse 7' x 4' x 3' deep and lined it with pond liner to hold water for our fish.

    Hydro the Koi can be seen patrolling the small pond checking me out making videos for YouTube. You can see the movies here.

    The pond with fish allows us to irrigate our homemade hydroponic grow containers and natural occuring bacteria converts the ammonia-waste from the fish into a nitrate that the plants can use to grow. What happens in this process is by using a closed circuit (pond water pumped to trays or containers, and then returned back to the pond) the plants get food to grow and the fish get the water cleaned by the process.

    This is of course Aquaponics and is eco-friendly. Using recycled food safe plastics for grow trays, containers, filters, and reservoirs helps do our part to keep plastics from landfills. It is clean fun and Green :)

    By puttiing the pond in the ground it helps the water or (living nutrient solution) at a more constant temperature, not only for the fish but by heating the water in the winter the fish stay active and the warm fish water is used to irrigate your hydroponic containers warming the root zone.

    Use the same air pump used to aerate your nutrient solution to power several grow containers and still aerate your nutrient solution!
    The video below shows how simple it is to pump water from air. Ther are several reasons to irrigate this way over just using a water pump. I will give the reasons and examples further into this post but watch the video to see how truely simple it is to pump water.

    It is simple it to pump water using air power. Here are a few reasons to use air powered water pumps to irrigate hydroponic grow buckets, containers, trays:

    More oxygen is available not only by the water pump operation but by the applied output drip, aeroponic, etc.
    Air pump is less expensive to operate than a water pump.
    Many Output Options: You can use for Aeroponics, Drip, Ebb and Flow, Wick, and NFT
    Hybrid filter/grow containers can be used to filter and grow a plant at the same time.
    There are many more reasons but the point is this, you can pump water using air using less power no moving parts for the pump head. The plants will grow faster with higher yields using these homemade water pumps. Use the same air pump used to aerate your nutrient solution to power several grow containers and still aerate your nutrient solution!

    Use the same air pump used to aerate your nutrient solution to power several grow containers and still aerate your nutrient solution!
    The video below shows how simple it is to pump water from air. There are several reasons to irrigate this way over just using a water pump. I will give the reasons and examples further into this post but watch the video to see how truely simple it is to pump water.

    It is simple it to pump water using air power. Here are a few reasons to use air powered water pumps to irrigate hydroponic grow buckets, containers, trays:

    More oxygen is available not only by the water pump operation but by the applied output drip, aeroponic, etc.
    Air pump is less expensive to operate than a water pump.
    Many Output Options: You can use for Aeroponics, Drip, Ebb and Flow, Wick, and NFT
    Hybrid filter/grow containers can be used to filter and grow a plant at the same time.
    There are many more reasons but the point is this, you can pump water using air using less power no moving parts for the pump head. The plants will grow faster with higher yields using these homemade water pumps. Use the same air pump used to aerate your nutrient solution to power several grow containers and still aerate your nutrient solution!

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  4. Simple Homemade Water Pump Powered By A Small Walmart Aquarium Pump filters, irrigates, aerates reservoir , all from a single air pump. Plants love the extra oxygen and respond with fast growth.

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Diy Hydroponics Gardening - Air Powered Hydroponics Water Pumps

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Diy hydroponics gardening air powered water pumps site using both water pumps and air powered water pumps to irrigate hydroponic, filters, grow containers, and trays. http://tkrimo.com/diy-hydroponics-gardening
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Diy hydroponics gardening air powered water pumps site using both water pumps and air powered water pumps to irrigate hydroponic, filters, grow containers, and trays. http://tkrimo.com/diy-hydroponics-gardening
Why should you use air powered hydroponic gardening techniques? We have been asked that question so many times I will give you a few of the benefits of using air powered water pumps.
+ Diy water pumps are powered by air which costs less to operate than a water pump.
+ Using diy water pumps make it a hybrid hydroponic grow system + You can use the output to irrigate grow containers and trays using Drip, Aeroponics, NFT, Ebb and Flow, and wick hydroponic growing techniques.

As the diy water pumps are pumping water... air escapes into the nutrient solution reservoir which aerates the reservoir making it a DWC hydroponic system. At the same time air is escaping water is being pulled up into the pump head and the resulting droplets ride the air current up and out of the supply tube. This process, just described, provides highly oxygenated nutrient solution to the roots of the plants and explode with growth from all the available oxygen.

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