My name’s Jeb And I appreciate beauty And simplicity This video is sponsored by Shirley’s Simple Shelving They provide these steel brackets You provide the wood Tools are optional Just grab the wood and Put it in That’s right I did it with one hand It ends up my boards weren’t perfectly straight So I used the mallet It’s the perfect spot To experiment with hydroponic micro greens I’m going to see if I can scale up my Screen idea I’m still using worm castings for nutrients I’m trying to find the best way to mount this screen This is how I bowline (knot) Well it seems tight enough I’m going to see how much this cover effects germination What do you think? I’m going to try germinating some in a jar too Smells bad already Looks like I found the zone Where the seeds sprout best The light’s getting under this lid somehow My screens keep drooping Algae is a challenge too Well, it’s a start Spicy You got it? Yep This is ninja sword! Oh! Are you getting the sword attack? Yeah Oops, don’t cut the screen It’s kind of like shaving, huh? What are those plants? These are radishes That’s cool I can do better than this This garden bench cleans up real nice too I’m going to give the string method one more chance Even with bungee cords, it’s a pain I’m skipping the peroxide soak this time Looks like the seeds need to be right on the water to sprout The plants can’t transpire if they are underwater Let the sun shine in Wow, this one is actually working Seems like the tight screen is the key I’m holding out for that third leaf Even with the worm castings, I’m running into nitrogen problems Wow, much more radish-y Ninja sword, don’t fail me now Oops I think I almost got it right 429 grams The link to the shelving is in the video description Share with Friends!