Added by on 2020-10-02

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote 0 budget vivarium build tutorial. I hope everyone can learn something from the dart frog tank build! It was a lot of fun to build! Links: DBD Pets: http://www.dbdpet.com/ Coupon: Alpha5 Instagram: https://instagram.com/graphicphoenix1/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alphareptiles Twitter: https://twitter.com/MikeTytula Music: Track: Elliot Berger – The Nameless [NCS Release] Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReE-u6Ig-MQ Follow Elliot Berger: ➞ Like https://www.facebook.com/ElliotBerger… ➞ Listen https://soundcloud.com/ElliotBergerMusic ➞ Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/ElliotBergerM… ➞ Follow https://twitter.com/ElliotBergerUK Track: The Eden Project – Lost Music provide by: NoCopywriteSounds Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMCP4xIsmAw The Eden Project ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/the-eden-project ➞ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheEdenProje… ➞ YouTube https://soundcloud.com/the-eden-project ➞ Twitter https://twitter.com/itsedenproject Video Rating: / 5 Seed bombs or “balls” which ever you choose. Children love to make these, throw, and then watch them grow. Video Rating: / 5

39 Comments

  • James Rhodes 3 months ago

    Looks awesome.

  • Nauti Chris 3 months ago

    Jimmy from gta 5?

  • The Salt Dispensary 3 months ago

    The Red Philodendron is actually called a Philodendron Micans. One of my favourite Philodendrons due to the velvety leaves they have. So easy to propogate as well.

  • Jake lavalle 3 months ago

    Not your best looking build mike

  • Jessica Knehr 3 months ago

    Question! In your plant video for this tank (which I can’t seem to find) you talked about watermelon vine. I have some growing in one of my frog tanks and I want to transplant some into my smaller dart tank. How do you trim those without killing them?

  • Giveaway G0D 3 months ago

    if you dont have a waterfall why would u need to do the egg crates and screen?

  • Daniel Jehle 3 months ago

    tristam background music … nice

  • MrPoohbae1000 3 months ago

    Is. Royal oak lumpwood charcoal ok for my terrarium and springtails

  • Thomas Crane 3 months ago

    How do you drain the water that builds up under the drainage layer? Did you leave yourself access and use a large syringe or turkey baster? I'm trying to decide if a pump is necessary. Thanks.

  • Tyler Ritter 3 months ago

    Great video man. But where did you get that coco husk sheet stuff on the left side?

  • Mells C 3 months ago

    Love this video.
    I would love a long video about a Crested Gecko bio setup.

  • Gabriel Chavez 3 months ago

    What is you don't have 150 $

  • Máté Kis 3 months ago

    Great video! Can I use the same background method for a veiled chameleon's terrarium?

  • Josh Hamon 3 months ago

    inspiring vid dude, I'll definitely hit the subscribe

  • Shark Tails 3 months ago

    hi jimmy from gta 5

  • Rusty Irons 3 months ago

    Where did you find black foam ?

  • Better With Wine 3 months ago

    I did Mine for Like 75$ Its a 20 Gal High With ABG Hydroballs 2 Bags,And 6 Plants w Cork And Bamboo

  • Pamela Luzny 3 months ago

    I mean looking at the supplies list, 2 different forms of Eco Earth was unnecessary. Also shouldn't have included the tank price in the overall build in my opinion, but then you excluded the forest bark, cleanup crew, leaf litter, zip ties, egg crate and window screen (maybe because you had it lying around? IDK?), overall though great vid!!! 🙂

  • Ctenosaura 3 months ago

    150?? of You dont count the animals and terrarium i made mine with 20

  • grandmasbuttons 3 months ago

    Guys. Always so enthusiastic about helping females out with their 'good for the earth' projects

  • Adrijana Ceni Poka 3 months ago

    Hehe so cute

  • Netta Kanoho 3 months ago

    Emilie, thank you for sharing this video. I've included in a post on my blog, LIFE-BUILT POEMS: Living Out Loud.

    Here's the link: https://lifebuiltpoems.com/the-beauty-rebellion-guerilla-gardening/

  • bradley 3 months ago

    i can't wait to throw one of these into a pot and see who the winner is

  • Gewgulkan Suhckitt 3 months ago

    Seed bombs? Great minds think alike!

    I like to load up my belt-fed 50 caliber jeep-mounted machine gun with hollow point bullets and pack the hollow end of the bullets with various seeds (apple seeds = favorite). Then I have my driver race at high speeds through urban neighborhoods while I go on a crazed planting spree, screaming, "I'm Johnny Appleseed!"

    When I run out of ammo, I start chucking seed grenades, which are like regular grenades only with seeds glued all over the outside.

    Then I park outside of town and start laying down seed mortar fire.

    I'm fighting for a greener planet.

  • Formless Monkeys 3 months ago

    Time to vandalize giant empty fields

  • Annik Kraft 3 months ago

    Hey 🙂 I want to do that for my wedding but wedding isn’t until 2 months. If I do them now, will they start growing or just after they get wet again and land in the soil.

  • Kerri Holder 3 months ago

    do you have to use silicone molds or can you use metal?

  • David Logat 3 months ago

    Try Alcea rosea. or Antirrhinum majus.
    It grows every where, huge results and beautiful flowers!
    Got a lot of seeds if you want some.
    By the way, sorry for my bad english!
    From France,

  • San b 3 months ago

    Can I make bomb with cocopeat I can get it cheaper then soil I am using newspaper for bombs and I use only big tree seeds (ok ok huge trees) 8kg paper at $1 and cocopeat for $2.50 20kg ?

  • Jacey Townsan 3 months ago

    I thought compost was necessary

  • devcore 3 months ago

    suggestion: wet your paper before you put it in the blender, it will be way, way faster to shred

  • The Mikayla Show 3 months ago

    Can't wait to try this

  • Chelsea Whitby 3 months ago

    How many seed bombs does this recipe make?

  • Dan Boehlke 3 months ago

    You did't seem to let your son do much…you almost didn't need him as a special guest! BTW he looked really excited to be a part of this project.

  • SmoothChino 3 months ago

    aren't you damaging the seeds by squeezing them so hard?

  • RamblingRyan 3 months ago

    Begs the question, do they work??

  • Ooh careful woofie! i cut my hand as a kid reaching into a blender, even though it was off those things are sharp!

  • Jared Montgomery 3 months ago

    my fiance and I are making these for our wedding. thank you for the video.

  • Laura Demelza Bosma 3 months ago

    Very nice idea!! But I wonder does it leave visible bits of paper after the seeds sprouted?

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