Wilma Small 4 Pot – 11 Litre Complete Hydroponic System

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Wilma Small 4 Pot – 11 Litre Complete Hydroponic System

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11 Litre 4 Pot Drip Hydroponic System designed to provide high yields in as simple a way as possible

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Description

Wilma Small 4 Pot – 11 Litre Complete Hydroponic System ( 4 x 11 Litre Pots )

Wilma drip irrigation systems are designed to provide high yields in as simple a way as possible.

Size : 60cm x 60cm x 20cm

Tank Capacity : 30 Litres

Included:

1 x Reservoir Tank,
1 x Top Tray,
4 x 11 Litre Pots,
1 x Maxi-Jet MJ-500 Pump,
1 x Wilma 4 pot delivery system ( includes drippers and drip line )
full instructions

Perfect for growers who want to:

1. Grow in Pots
2. Experiment with media
3. Move pots around and remove individual pots
4. Make the most of space with a self-contained system

Wilma is a joint collaboration between Atami and Nutriculture and is as simple to use as a pot, but with less maintenance thanks to the timer which automates feeding.

Description:

The nutrient solution is held in the reservoir, a pump comes on at timed intervals set by the grower and drips the solution into the top of the pots. The nutrient solution then works its way through the media and whatever is not used by the plants drains back into the reservoir to be recirculated at the next timed interval.

Each time the Wilma’s drip irrigation feed runs it pulls fresh oxygenated air into the growing media.

The Wilma Dripper System grow system is designed low to the ground so that growing space is filled with plants and not the hydroponic grow system.

Growers should experiment with different media to see what gives them the best results, and upgrade to clay pebbles as confidence levels grow.


Hints & Tips :

When growing with clay pebbles:

  • Use the flood drippers
  • When plants first go into the system feed 1 to 3x a day.
  • As plants grow, increase the number of feeds up to a maximum of 6x per day or use a controller to set shorter but more frequent feeds to maximise oxygenation and nutrient uptake.
  • Plants under lights will take up water at a greater rate than they take up nutrient. Over time the EC of the solution will rise. Top up the tank with half strength nutrient solution, check EC and add extra nutrient if required. Then adjust pH level and perform a solution change every 2-3 weeks to keep the pH and EC balanced.

When growing with rockwool cubes:

  • Use the arrow drippers
  • When plants first go into the system feed 2x a day.
  • As plants grow, increase the number of feeds up to a maximum of 5x per day or use a controller to set shorter but more frequent feeds to maximise oxygenation and nutrient uptake.
  • Top up the tank with near full strength nutrient solution before the level in the tank drops below the pump. Check EC and add extra nutrient if required. Then adjust pH and perform a solution change every 2-3 weeks to keep the pH and EC balanced.

When growing with soil or coco:

  • Use the arrow drippers
  • When plants first go into the system feed once a day.
  • As plants grow, increase the number of feeds up to a maximum of 5x per day or use a controller to set shorter but more frequent feeds to maximise oxygenation and nutrient uptake.
  • Top up the tank with near full strength nutrient solution before the level in the tank drops below the pump. Check EC and add extra nutrient if required. Then adjust pH level and perform a solution change every 2-3 weeks to keep the pH and EC balanced.
  • Use a cleaning product, like GHE Flora Kleen, to prevent dripper blockage.

Remember: The amount of feed periods that a plant requires will largely depend on environmental conditions – light, humidity and temperature. No feeding schedule is set in stone, growers need to watch their plants for signs of over or under feeding and adjust the feeds accordingly.

Additional information

Weight5.00 kg

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