Using a Fish Tank for a Mini Greenhouse

July 14, 2010 by Mario  
Filed under Organic Gardening

This is a quick Survival Podcast video to show you the effects of using a fish tank as a mini greenhouse on the growth of lettuce. The plants you are looking at were all planted about 4 weeks ago. Despite a few nights with single digit temps all the plants survived but notice the difference in growth rates. Make sure to visit the Survival Podcast for our daily podcast on prepping and self sufficiency at

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10 Responses to “Using a Fish Tank for a Mini Greenhouse”
  1. catherinelrandall says:

    great video and wow! You sound like Ray from Everyone Loves Raymond haha

  2. jihadacadien says:

    Great video and super idea!!!

  3. ROFLpwnedvideos says:

    Sweet deal.

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  5. twistedknot13 says:

    Great idea!

  6. copefarms says:

    great video on the difference a little protection can make between being open air and the mini greenhouse.

  7. JohnnySoprano87 says:

    Wow, this is extremely awesome. Fantastic how such a simple and relatively cheap method could make such a big difference.

  8. SgtBooker44 says:


    A picture is worth 1,000 words, a video 100,000. Thanks for the “live” demo.

  9. ArmorOfChrist777 says:

    very cool, thanks for posting this!

  10. darkdwarf2005 says:

    Thanks, Jack, for all you do.

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