Our Garden Can Now Water Itself! - How to Harness Gravity?

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  1. Saigiridhar
    Saigiridhar
    Пре месец

    The whole garden watering itself is science but the chemistry between you and Cambry is magic

    1. SnowPC
      SnowPC
      Пре 19 дана

      Cha cha real smooth

    2. Adarsh Soyam
      Adarsh Soyam
      Пре 29 дана

      @Anurag Bind the

    3. Adarsh Soyam
      Adarsh Soyam
      Пре 29 дана

      @Elisha Vijoy that rrrrrrrr

    4. KM Aperture!
      KM Aperture!
      Пре месец

      Bhai rulaoge kiya?

    5. Jay Sanchez
      Jay Sanchez
      Пре месец

      Sheeeeeesh

  2. Lichtywara
    Lichtywara
    Пре 6 сати

    Genius!

  3. Kojo Mensah
    Kojo Mensah
    Пре 17 сати

    Did you finish the advice electric wheelchair

  4. Pablo Escobar
    Pablo Escobar
    Пре 19 сати

    I love the way you think brother, I could never

  5. Our People’s Poll
    Our People’s Poll
    Пре дан

    Y’all here for the money. I don’t fux witchall

  6. Grant Jones
    Grant Jones
    Пре дан

    If you added a T joint after the timer switch, with a one way valve, you could add a hopper for liquid fertiliser. I do like the you your mind works :-)

  7. Pablo Ballester
    Pablo Ballester
    Пре дан

    Cutest youtube couple

  8. KrKrypton
    KrKrypton
    Пре дан

    I'm looking at the scaffolding, and it looks like it could use some triangulation between th beams and the towers/ends. I say this because if the system starts swaying for any reason, the system could collapse. Triangulation would increase the rigidity and reduce that possibility. You see how an etie warehouse's inventory collapses with some of the strongest shelves out there.

  9. Cherie' Frank
    Cherie' Frank
    Пре 2 дана

    💕💕💕💕💕💕

  10. HELPER4U
    HELPER4U
    Пре 2 дана

    Are u vegan

  11. Menghav Ky
    Menghav Ky
    Пре 3 дана

    Science

  12. Hard-Boiled Egg
    Hard-Boiled Egg
    Пре 4 дана

    Were you a body builder ?

  13. Mo L-Charles
    Mo L-Charles
    Пре 4 дана

    Omg she is soooooo lucky because he is such a catch! I’m just hoping to find a partner who can change a spare tire and then I’ll train him to build me a water reservoir with this RSlost video. Wish us luck!!!! Lol

  14. Chris
    Chris
    Пре 4 дана

    Love everything about this

  15. The 5th Journey Off-Grid Homestead
    The 5th Journey Off-Grid Homestead
    Пре 4 дана

    Used the wrong pvc glue! Gray is for conduit. We put our rain water collection tanks inside as well.

  16. The 5th Journey Off-Grid Homestead
    The 5th Journey Off-Grid Homestead
    Пре 4 дана

    That's a nice looking garden! Good job

  17. Pieter Steinmann
    Pieter Steinmann
    Пре 4 дана

    Those cutters are clean!!

  18. Joshua Schneider
    Joshua Schneider
    Пре 5 дана

    Rainwater harvested is allowed on land owned or leased by the person responsible for the collection. According to Senate Bill 32, additional regulations exist depending on if a person is registered with the Division of Water Resources or not. A registered person may store no more than 2,500 gallons of rainwater, and an unregistered person may use no more than two containers at 100 gallons or less per container.

  19. Left Handed Archer
    Left Handed Archer
    Пре 5 дана

    2000 gallon black tank on the ground won’t need a pump for a while head pressure should be good until it’s a couple feet above the outlet. I’m preparing to do one I’ve built a cement platform about 2ft off the ground I have a cordless pump for when/ if water gets low. I like your system good work

  20. Shrujan Sanil
    Shrujan Sanil
    Пре 5 дана

    If its raining why do you need to water the plants?

  21. God Ffrry
    God Ffrry
    Пре 6 дана

    What about the overflow line from the tank to drainage , in case of heavy 🌧️ rain!!

  22. STP 1971
    STP 1971
    Пре 6 дана

    That’s an expensive garden..

  23. Drale Hatece
    Drale Hatece
    Пре 6 дана

    I am watching this for first time, it is nice but what is with evaporation? You need to reduce opening on plastic barrel storage

  24. David RN
    David RN
    Пре 7 дана

    Did you make a decision to not add a first diverter for the roof collection? You could just add a 10' (or so) length of 4" PVC to the collector pipe, and after its filled up, the rest of the roof water will be diverted to the tank. (You just add a 90 degree fitting with a screw cap at the bottom of the diverter pipe, and then let that fill first to collect bird droppings etc)

  25. Learnforkids FGH
    Learnforkids FGH
    Пре 8 дана

    Or just let the rain water your garden without all this stuff

  26. Ryan Schiewe
    Ryan Schiewe
    Пре 10 дана

    Nice music!!

  27. PlugInCaroo
    PlugInCaroo
    Пре 10 дана

    *Water should ALWAYS be held in the ground... And NEVER above ground* ... Unless ofcourse the area is very small to have a pool. It's possible to hold 10times as much water below ground than above ground... for the same cost.

  28. Alazar
    Alazar
    Пре 10 дана

    3:41 Look at that game face lol

  29. Jeremy Marquardt
    Jeremy Marquardt
    Пре 10 дана

    You mean density, not gravity.

  30. mickshaw555
    mickshaw555
    Пре 10 дана

    I tried something similar, the problem youll run into eventually is the clogging of the narrow pipes by alage.

  31. tinaj sews
    tinaj sews
    Пре 11 дана

    Repent, Jesus christ is coming back. ,,

    1. Max Z
      Max Z
      Пре 9 дана

      Nah

  32. Piete Koo
    Piete Koo
    Пре 12 дана

    Why not set up the tank outside as traditional and avoid cutting through the barn and puping diversion.

  33. Jacob Mead
    Jacob Mead
    Пре 12 дана

    Cool

  34. Kieran Short
    Kieran Short
    Пре 12 дана

    I don't know your area, but where I am, I'd end up with water all inside my shed. With a big rain, in my area at least, leaves and other crap would wash through and block that mozzie screen with nowhere for the water to run once the screen is blocked. Then the water coming in would just spill over into the shed. Maybe you don't have that problem tho.

  35. Ghous Mohammed
    Ghous Mohammed
    Пре 12 дана

    You can also install a float valve in the overhead tank....in such a way that it always keeps your tank at 20 percent capacity... now you don't even have to full the tank manual instead the float valve will make sure that your garden has the needed supply of water...and when the rain comes it will use the remaining 80 percent capacity of the tank and you never have to worry about watering

    1. Ghous Mohammed
      Ghous Mohammed
      Пре 12 дана

      👍

  36. George McFly
    George McFly
    Пре 13 дана

    No onions??? I eat them like apples

  37. Tiago Fernandes
    Tiago Fernandes
    Пре 14 дана

    i thought he was gonna do something to reuse the water used to water the garden or something like that

  38. Jonathan Chriqui
    Jonathan Chriqui
    Пре 14 дана

    if rain fill the thank cant it just water the plants?

  39. John Grimble
    John Grimble
    Пре 14 дана

    New category; Magical Science

  40. Pratyush Vashisht
    Pratyush Vashisht
    Пре 14 дана

    Add an arduino, some motors, and it's totally automagic with valves too

  41. sidhart verma
    sidhart verma
    Пре 14 дана

    Don't you think when it rain it atomatically will do the work, because it will also rain on your crops aswell 😀😀

  42. UNBOXING TECHIE
    UNBOXING TECHIE
    Пре 14 дана

    Plz update for us frequently ❤️❤️❤️

  43. yo raul
    yo raul
    Пре 16 дана

    Get rid of the corn, is very unhealthy as all the corn on earth is genetically modified, aka a hybrid. Your corn is genetically modified unless you have the seeds in your family from before the "80s when they start making the hybrids. Corn is not healthy anyway as it is 84% carbs, all carbs are being turned into glucose by our body and that raises the blood sugar and insulin level. Stay away of sugar, high amount of carbs or you are on the path to diabetes, pancreas failure and liver failure on the long run. Corn is just not the answer to be healthy even if you grow it yourself.

    1. JerryRigEverything
      JerryRigEverything
      Пре 16 дана

      There are like... 9887654432456788 other things more unhealthy than corn.

  44. KnightOf NewAustin
    KnightOf NewAustin
    Пре 16 дана

    May be unnecessary if that screen filter works fine, if it clogs up with leaves however- I’ve heard that vortex filter systems works great for rainwater collection

  45. Sridhar Ponnaian
    Sridhar Ponnaian
    Пре 16 дана

    Wish I find someone who shares the same chemistry with me as you and cambry. It’s so satisfying and peaceful to watch.

  46. Bendegúz Kis
    Bendegúz Kis
    Пре 16 дана

    i love these garden videos! i have 4 tomato plants and thats it ^^

  47. Robert Schäffer
    Robert Schäffer
    Пре 16 дана

    As soo you said "vegan meals"......i lost all interest. :D And yeah yeah i love nitpicking but...gravity is not "the power of the earth". :P Not exclusively at least. :P But nice job. Additionally a small idea: Try to put back the black seal/cup of the water tank and drill a hole in it and connect the drain to it. So you have a sealed tank where you won't have any water loss because of vaporistation.

  48. Esteban Aguirre
    Esteban Aguirre
    Пре 17 дана

    I love how you take extra precautions for sturdiness and safety in everything you do!! A lot of people fail to take those extra steps and end up having to replace things or have a bad accident involving the structural integrity

  49. Jose Daniel Chaves
    Jose Daniel Chaves
    Пре 17 дана

    4:24 HE SAID THE THING HE SAID THE THING!

  50. Armando Soto Ovando
    Armando Soto Ovando
    Пре 17 дана

    first, you don't plant during the summer. you do it during the spring.

  51. Joe G.P.
    Joe G.P.
    Пре 17 дана

    some states have laws restricting how much rainwater you can store, ridiculous i know.

  52. TheTechNerd1013
    TheTechNerd1013
    Пре 17 дана

    that's a nice cub cadet !!

  53. TheTechNerd1013
    TheTechNerd1013
    Пре 17 дана

    shop tour?????

  54. Punith Reddy
    Punith Reddy
    Пре 17 дана

    Zack you are so lucky man , I think. Samsung is mad about you. Every video of you getting an 18 sec non skippable ads .

  55. Dill Pickel
    Dill Pickel
    Пре 17 дана

    He has a very satisfying voice

  56. Adamantium T.
    Adamantium T.
    Пре 17 дана

    That HDF works well until it gets wet.... have fun changing it in a few years!

  57. Adamantium T.
    Adamantium T.
    Пре 17 дана

    Huel is the new Soylent...

  58. Mustaqeem Ahmed
    Mustaqeem Ahmed
    Пре 17 дана

    Did anyone notice how he measured the beam height to not interfere with the door, then proceeds to install a second beam lower which interferes with the door.

  59. digital subliminal messages
    digital subliminal messages
    Пре 18 дана

    S T O P. R A P E I N G B A B I E S So let's see this garden//

  60. David Works
    David Works
    Пре 18 дана

    For when you want to develop diabetes, Huel's your friend. [metabolic syndrome and other deceases might occur] Why eat like a human when you can eat like pets, Huel's your daddy. When it's time for the nukes and living under ground, Huel has your back covered.

  61. Johan Settiadi Siswoyo
    Johan Settiadi Siswoyo
    Пре 18 дана

    Change that timer with ESP32 and you can mount valve and lot of sensor to monitor soil humidity, temperature and anything else, you can monitor all of that via wireless at your smarthpone.

  62. Jonathan C
    Jonathan C
    Пре 18 дана

    500 unlikes so far are from the pump manufacturers

  63. Jonathan C
    Jonathan C
    Пре 18 дана

    Clever, Efficient, Green solution. What's not to like?

  64. nik maknojia
    nik maknojia
    Пре 18 дана

    Awesome video man. I love people who do gardening to the point where I always offer free help whenever to see anyone trying to grow anything in my housing area. It’s hard work but it’s fun and worth it.. better than just green useless grass is to actually good stuff in your land.

  65. محمد سالم المهري
    محمد سالم المهري
    Пре 18 дана

    The treatment for leg paralysis exists, why not treat it?

  66. BOB SAGGET
    BOB SAGGET
    Пре 18 дана

    As someone who used to live in a third world country where this was our only means of getting any amount of water pressure, not a big deal. However I'm still impressed that humans have figured out how to harness gravity like this.

  67. Piconi
    Piconi
    Пре 19 дана

    This is all good for a small garden, i would need a 20 meter tower to water my farm using gravity. Meter of Head to Bar converter is a nifty thing

  68. Billy Ward
    Billy Ward
    Пре 19 дана

    Someone is expecting

  69. Benjamin Reinhardt
    Benjamin Reinhardt
    Пре 19 дана

    Nice setup. Can I suggest you change the piping a bit? Run pipe from the tank outlet down to ground level, then mount your manifold at a height you can access it from ground level. Then there is no need to go up on the pallet rack to operate valves.

  70. Real Milschmann
    Real Milschmann
    Пре 19 дана

    Pathetic i done this in Minecraft when I was 11

  71. 熊Yuna
    熊Yuna
    Пре 19 дана

    will we see jerry rig his garden ?

  72. Neth
    Neth
    Пре 19 дана

    Disappointed, the garden's not *E* .

  73. GrafRucola
    GrafRucola
    Пре 19 дана

    Looks a little low for your height

  74. Elizabeth Swims
    Elizabeth Swims
    Пре 19 дана

    Now you need to set up a system that automatically waters the plants. We built something like that using a float shut off valve similar to what you find in a toilet reservoir.

    1. Adam Dailey
      Adam Dailey
      Пре 17 дана

      @Elizabeth Swims smart and simple! awesome

    2. Elizabeth Swims
      Elizabeth Swims
      Пре 19 дана

      @Jah -Jah sure, i just used a float valve in a pvc pipe. When the water in the pvc tank evaporated past a certain level, the valve would open and allow water to flow. A little Water would feed back into the float tank and turn off when full again. The hardest part is fine tuning it to deliver the right amount of water before turning off. Set it and forget it. The nice part is since the pvc tank is open to air, it also stays off when it rains

    3. Jah -Jah
      Jah -Jah
      Пре 19 дана

      How? Care to explain?

  75. Mateo CARVAJAL
    Mateo CARVAJAL
    Пре 20 дана

    A garden that can water its self = garden + rain

  76. wil D
    wil D
    Пре 20 дана

    I would suggest adding mulch or lawn debris that way it can help hold in the moisture long and save the need of water for your plants. It also will help keep down weeds.

  77. Monsieur Didkekne
    Monsieur Didkekne
    Пре 20 дана

    me : start following a channel for smartphone testing, end up watching gardening videos

  78. arute koza
    arute koza
    Пре 20 дана

    Where can buy the water filter net tied around the water tank?

  79. Charlie Tomy
    Charlie Tomy
    Пре 20 дана

    If there was one guy I would stick to in an apocalypse it would br u lmao

  80. Jack McLane
    Jack McLane
    Пре 20 дана

    That medieval unit system is such a pain in the rear. How much do 36294 gallons of water weigh? I can tell you right away how much 12345l of water weighs in metric.

  81. bang_in
    bang_in
    Пре 20 дана

    water bill be like ↗↗↗↗↗↗↗↗↗

  82. Itagaki
    Itagaki
    Пре 21 дан

    why not just build hydroponics

  83. Albert Einstein
    Albert Einstein
    Пре 21 дан

    That one that was dripping in the video appeared going way to fast. I've seen similar setups. The proper rate is important. Tom Dutkiewicz

  84. Scorpion Scorpion
    Scorpion Scorpion
    Пре 21 дан

    You look like. Agent 47 Hitman

  85. mrpeter81
    mrpeter81
    Пре 21 дан

    Nice. I would go with and arduino and some soil moisture sensors tho. Only waters when the soil almost are dry, or what ever you want =)

  86. Nicholaus Bowie
    Nicholaus Bowie
    Пре 21 дан

    I've always wanted to do this to my garden

  87. MobileChaos
    MobileChaos
    Пре 21 дан

    What about a float valve to add water just in case you hit a dry spell?

  88. Daniel Alix
    Daniel Alix
    Пре 21 дан

    His voice looks like a commercial guy on TV

  89. Panny1982
    Panny1982
    Пре 21 дан

    Did you add a mosquito net to the overflow?

  90. The Boring Channel
    The Boring Channel
    Пре 21 дан

    Over time, your emitters will clog from the dirt, dust, pollen and other pollutants collect on your roof and get washed into your watering system.

  91. Roy G. Biv
    Roy G. Biv
    Пре 21 дан

    This is pretty awesome

  92. Aaron Allgrunn
    Aaron Allgrunn
    Пре 22 дана

    Will be interesting to see how long that fiber board lasts around water over time

  93. Paul Tougher
    Paul Tougher
    Пре 22 дана

    “And just use the power of the earth” is the hippiest comment ever made lol

  94. Billionaire Buddha
    Billionaire Buddha
    Пре 22 дана

    look up blumats then you wont need timers or having to turn it on to water, no more guess work at all.

  95. Got Pho?
    Got Pho?
    Пре 22 дана

    Oh lord, Huel? It's look like pig food

  96. Arghyadip Mondal
    Arghyadip Mondal
    Пре 22 дана

    First solar panels, then a garden to grow food and now harvesting water. I think Zack is preparing for some kind of apocalypse. Being self sustainable.

  97. Mateusz
    Mateusz
    Пре 22 дана

    yeah. using a sick woman in a wheelchair for cash.

  98. sou wong
    sou wong
    Пре 22 дана

    Huel worked for saul goodman

  99. MemeReviewer
    MemeReviewer
    Пре 22 дана

    When you are too lazy to water your garden:

  100. CROSS SIDE TV
    CROSS SIDE TV
    Пре 22 дана

    You have a big space build a koi pondarium