Hydroponics Grow Kits - Grow It

Introduction: Hydroponics Grow Kits - Grow It

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HYDROPONICS GROW IT is an hydroponic grow kit, simple to use, with a low/medium skill level.
Grow light kit is recommended.

The HYDROPONICS GROW IT is a small and compact Hydroponic System.
It is a simple e reliable way of growing plants easier then rival systems.
Suitable for beginners!
The GROW IT is a top flooding low-level ebb & flood system. It can be used with all growing media.

Why use a GROW IT?

- Excellent delivery and even distribution of nutrient solution.
- Adjustable delivery tube.
- Low-level system to maximize headroom.
- Deluxe fittings for quicker drainage.

To propagate your seeds go STEPS HERE

More info on Hydroponics Growshop
and yaroots.com

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:

Connect the water pump with the irrigation system through the tray.

Step 3:

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

Step 4:

Start the system setting the timer for 15 minutes of irrigation every 2-3 hours and 15 minutes of irrigation in the middle of the dark period.

Step 5:

Set the timer on 18 hours of light per day.

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.

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    @Mikkau – for a natural Rockwool the pH level is 7.0. Glad that you asked since any misinformation misunderstanding over the pH is an important issue; that I think needs to be addressed with a greater depth. Check out what the famous hydroponic growing expert, Deonna Marie; has to say about the importance of pH levels in a hydroponic grow system.


    12 years ago on Introduction

    Anyone use led grow light? How good are they? Can you use them on this hydroponics grow it system?


    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Check out http://dabblings.net/?page_id=25 for results using DIY LED lights. I've tried Red, Blue, and White, they all appear to work just as well. The main thing to keep in mind is that if you're starting from seed, keep the light real close to the seedlings (about an inch above), otherwise they'll grow real spindly and keel over.


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I have found:


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    They look nice - but I find them rather expensive for the States. If you go to http://www.squidoo.com/LED-growlight you can find kits that are less expensive by far. If you don't like soldering, you can find ready made kits as well. Since you appear to live in Europe, with VAT taxes, etc. your source may turn out to be cheaper. Thanks for sharing the resource!


    12 years ago on Introduction

    The plant roots have unrestricted access to oxygen, water and nutrients ?


    12 years ago on Introduction

    has any on ever tried this with coconut fiber?