Ebb n Flood 120

Ebb n Flood 120
The Ebb & Flood can either be filled with clay pebbles acting as a large pot, or can be filled with pots containing any growing medium. This bottom-flooding growing system with a timer produces massive yields thanks to the way it provides roots with superb access to oxygen.


The Ebb & Flood produces much bigger harvests than plants grown in traditional pots, but is as simple to use and is more versatile. The timer triggers the pump to flood the bottom of the growing medium and gravity pulL excess solution back into the tank alsong with fresh air, ensuring the medium is regularly flushed with nutrients and air resulting in a highly oxygenated root zone and huge yields. The FLOOD - A timer controL how often nutrient solution is pumped up from the tank to FLOOD the growing medium. During floods, the plants take the water and nutrients they need and stale air is pushed out of the root zone . The EBB Once the growing medium is flooded to two thirds the solution drains (EBBs) back into the tank, pulling fresh oxygen down directly to the roots. Bigger Yields the 'little and often' feeding schedule, combined with the highly oxygenated root zone, means a healthier plant and larger yields. Match feed frequency to the needs of the plant - Provide the perfect conditions for a plant throughout its lifecycle by altering the frequency and duration of feeds. So that nutrient uptake is optimised and yields are maximised. Versatile Either grow in individual pots in clay, coco, rockwool or soil, so you can move plants around under lights as and when required, or fill the planter with clay pebbles so that it becomes a large pot perfect for specimen plants. Reliable Built to last for decades with high performance fittings and top quality pumps have unrivalled reliability. Nutriculture holds the record for the worlds longest tomato plant. It was grown in an Ebb & Flood system.
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