Wilma 8 Wide Complete Kit:
• 8 x 11L pots
• 120cm x 60cm x 20cm
• 85L reservoir dimensions.
Complete kit contains: tank, tray, pots, pump, delivery system, flood drippers, arrow drippers, and full instructions.
You can stick with your preferred growing media whilst getting better yields and reducing the need to manually water.
Moveable pots – Each pot in a Wilma can be moved around under lights or replaced.
Low maintenance – Manage up to 20 plants from one nutrient tank and top up every couple of days – far easier than hand watering.
Bigger yields – Plants take up more water and nutrients than hand watered pots, because they are fed little and often – which means bigger yields.
Feeding to meet your plants needs – Use the timer to increase the number of feeds to suit the life stage of the plants.
Reliability – Anti-leak design.
Why yields are bigger when using a Wilma…
The Wilma is like a pot with a personal assistant!
The Wilma feeds the plants little and often, which provides the plants with more water and nutrients than if they were hand-watered.
When watering once per day you can’t give a plant all the water and nutrients it needs for optimum growth because you would waterlog the medium and starve the plant of oxygen.
In a Wilma the plants are provided with water and nutrients little and often, so they are able to take up more water and nutrient and they are never over or underfed or watered, so the Wilma produces bigger yields compared with pots.
Because of the frequent watering clay pebbles can be used which allow much more air around the roots than any other growing medium – and better access to oxygen = bigger yields.
Plants benefit from the accurate feeding of active hydroponics and you benefit from the simplicity and flexibility of growing in pots.
The ideal step up from a pot.
Hints & Tips
|Start||1 x 15 minute Feed||2 x 15 minute Feeds||2 x 15 minute Feeds|
|Veg||2-3 x 15 minute Feeds||3 x 15 minute Feeds||3-4 x 15 minute Feeds|
|Flowering||3-5 x 15 minute Feeds||4-5 x 15 minute Feeds||4-6 x 15 minute feeds|
See how simple it is to use: