Introduction: Hydroponics Grow Kits - DWC

The roots grow out of the pot and they immerse themselves into a constant peroxide nutrient solution.
The system is feed from a powerful two-way air pump with porous stones that perfect the amounts of the peroxide solution and consequently benefits the development of the complete apparatus.
Thanks to the constant peroxide solution inject, the system requires little maintenance and the plants always receive the correct amount of fertilizer and releases the excess.
The system has is the best quality, performance, time and value. Made of plastic UVA and UVB anti rays (anti algae).

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Step 1:

Fill the tank with waters and nutrients as indicated on the scheme of your nutrient. An EC meter is very useful.

Step 2:

Place the air pump outside the system with the air stones in the tank.

Step 3:

Fill the pots with hydrokorrels and place rockwool cubes previously propagated.

Step 4:

In the growing phase, set the timer on 18 hours of light per day.

Step 5:

Ocasionaly, before the roots drop into the solution, it could be necessary some manuals irrigations.

Step 6:

Check the pH values of your grow kit and, if necessary, correct the value with pH- or pH+ corrector.

Step 7:

Check the EC values of your grow kit and, if necessary, correct the value adding nutrients or diluting with water.

Step 8:

Always check the temperature of the nutrient solution. Under 18 degrees and over 26 solution can be damaged and could give some problems to the plants.

Step 9:

Every 15 days change completly the nutrient solution with a deep cleaning of the tank with Atami Ataclean to remove molds, algae and saline deposits.

Step 10:

When you want to induce plnats to flowering change the daylight hours from 18 to 12hrs per day.

Step 11:

At the same variation of the light period give a bloom nutrients according to the irrigation scheme.

Step 12:

Check the pH values of your grow kit and, if necessary, correct the value with pH- or pH+ corrector.

Step 13:

Check the EC values of your grow kit and, if necessary, correct the value adding nutrients or diluting with water.

Step 14:

Every 15 days change completly the nutrient solution with a deep cleaning of the tank with Atami Ataclean to remove molds, algae and saline deposits.

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