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Vivigrow Hydroponic Planter

If you're looking for the biggest harvest then this superb Vivigrow Hydroponic Planter is the answer! Using a Vivigrow you will typically get 3-4x bigger harvests than when using a pot or growbag. You'll even get 1.5-2x bigger crops than you'd get using the best selling Quadgrow Planter! Infact, using a Vivigrow customers have managed to grow 8ft tall chilli plants, tomatoes with 50 fruiting trusses and cucumber plants that have reached the greenhouse roof in just 8 weeks!

All this is possible because the Vivigrow is a clever, no-soil planter which automatically keeps plants watered and fed via a constant supply of super-aerated (oxygen-rich) water and nutrients around the roots of the plants, unrestricted by soil.

This planter is really easy to set up and use so all you?ll be left to work out is how to store the resulting bumper crops!!

The Benefits Of The Vivigrow Hydroponic Planter:
This planter has been designed to improve the uptake of water, nutrients and oxygen by your plants resulting in improved general plant health and larger harvests. It achieves this in the following ways:
(1) Plant nutrients are dissolved in water rather than the plant having to extract them from the soil
(2) Constant access to water and nutrients is provided so the plants are never lacking anything they need - whatever they don't use drains back into the reservoir
(3) The roots are left bare so they have excellent access to oxygen.

Available In Two Sizes

3 Plant Vivigrow - 2ft 4in long x 1ft 4in wide x 10in high (70cm x 39cm x 25cm). Reservoir capacity 20 litres.
5 Plant Vivigrow - 3ft 9in x 1ft 8in x 10in high (115cm x 50cm x 25cm). Reservoir capacity 45 litres.

What You'll Receive:

Planter with Reservoir - choose between the 3 or 5 plant space planter.

Electric Pump - fitting into the reservoir of the planter this pumps super-aerated water around the roots of your plants all day.

Award Winning Nutrigrow Plant Food - this super-concentrated plant food contains all the nutrients and trace elements your plants need. Simply add this food into the water in the reservoir. You will receive sufficient Nutrigrow for one season.

pH test kit and pH corrector

Easy To Follow Instructions

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The Science Behind This Hydroponic System

The Vivigrow uses the hydroponic method 'nutrient film technique', so-called because a constant stream or 'film' of nutrients is pumped past the roots. This is the purest form of hydroponics and the most effective because it offers optimum access to and uptake of water, nutrients and oxygen.

Hydroponics is the growing of plants without soil and providing plants with a nutrient feed which contains all the elements that plants need, so that plants are able to focus their energy on growth and fruit production rather than on searching for nutrients and extracting them from soil.

The principle behind all of our hydroponic planters is that improving uptake of water, nutrients and oxygen improves plant health and size of harvest. Our hydroponic planters achieve this in the following ways...

1: Nutrients are dissolved in water rather than requiring the plant to extract them from soil.
2: The water and nutrients are pumped constantly or very frequently directly to the roots - whatever they don't use drains back into the reservoir.
3: Access to oxygen is optimised by leaving the roots 'bare'.

Why not use soil? Soil is great for holding water until a plant is next fed and for providing nutrients. On the negative side, plants have to work hard to extract nutrients from soil and these nutrients can become depleted or concentrated. Soil also restricts access to oxygen because it becomes compacted when water is added. By pumping a complete hydroponic feed dissolved in water to the plant roots we are able to ensure the plants can always access what they need but without having to restrict the roots in soil.

Hydroponics is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions, in water, without soil. Terrestrial plants may be grown with their roots in the mineral nutrient solution only or in an inert medium, such as perlite, gravel, mineral wool, or coconut husk. Researchers discovered in the 18th century that plants absorb essential mineral nutrients as inorganic ions in water. In natural conditions, soil acts as a mineral nutrient reservoir but the soil itself is not essential to plant growth. When the mineral nutrients in the soil dissolve in water, plant roots are able to absorb them. When the required mineral nutrients are introduced into a plant's water supply artificially, soil is no longer required for the plant to thrive. Almost any terrestrial plant will grow with hydroponics.