Follow up and results from my cutting to hydro experiment.
Part 1: Planting the cutting in the hydro container – https://youtu.be/715Fo11VdGk
I use General Hydroponics 3 part fertilizer:
Cheap single air pump:
Double air pump:
Freaking awesome knife to use in the garden:
10 Gallon growing container:
You don’t have to let your tomato plants die at the end of the season. You can take a cutting, root it, and plant it in a hydroponics container indoors for the winter. Get those fresh tomatoes all year long. You might even be able to then take a cutting and put it back in the dirt next spring. That part I will have to try in the spring.