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Irrigation

Professional irrigation uses tubes/pipes, spikes and drippers. Thus the plants will be supplied with water and nutrients to keep your home growing project running even when you are away.

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Spray Bottles

Spray Bottles

Pressure sprayers for misting plants. With a pressure sprayer, you can provide your plants with an optimal dose of water and also spray them with a diluted fertiliser solution, thus ensuring that all parts of the plant are adequately supplied.

Electric Water Pumps

Electric Water Pumps

Electric water pumps can be used for lots of different tasks: They can pump water up from a well, supply your garden pond with fresh water or are suitable for feeding nutrient solution in hydroculture systems.

Water hoses & tubings

Water hoses & tubings

Various kinds of water tubings and capillaries and hoses in various models. We offer Tricoflex hoses to connect to the pump or to install an irrigation system in general.

Hose Connectors

Hose Connectors

Hose connectors for connecting the individual elements of an irrigation system.

Watering trays & mats

Watering trays & mats

Watering trays and irrigation mats can hold up to 3 liters per m² and thus enable the plant to gradually absorb water via the roots.

Tanks

Nutrient Solution Tanks

Tanks and deposits for nutrients consist in most cases of plastic and serve to save or to dispense liquid nutrients. A deposit should have the following qualities: Opaque and protected against spillage.

Water Filters

Water Filters

Water filters are absolutely necessary. Otherwise the thin drip tubings or capillaries will clog and, in the worst of cases, your plants might die.

Nutriculture irrigation systems

Nutriculture irrigation systems

Nutriculture offers a wide range of irrigation systems. Thanks to the various sizes and models, Nutriculture irrigation systems are suitable for almost any situation.

Aeroponics

Aeroponics

Aeroponics means growing plants without the use of soil or any other medium in an air or vaporized water environment. Originally developed to be used in space flights, aeroponic culture differs from both hydroponics and in-vitro (Plant tissue culture) growing. Unlike hydroponics, which uses water as a growing medium and essential minerals to sustain plant growth, aeroponics is conducted without a growing medium - although sometimes aeroponics is also considered a subdivision of hydroponics, as it still uses water, albeit in its vaporized form.

Hydroponic Systems

Hydroponic Systems

Hydroponics or Hydroponic culture is a method of growing plants without soil. I.e. the plants are grown with their roots in an neutral and inert medium like mineral wool, perlite or coir.

Hydroponic growing systems are perfectly suited for the automatisation of cultures. We offer compact, simple and extensible installations.