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Irrigation and waterworks

  • Air and water pumps
    <p><strong>Water and air pumps</strong> to supply irrigation water to our plants from a tank and oxygenate them with air. <strong>Nutrients will be perfectly dissolved</strong> and plants will absorb them perfectly.<strong></strong></p> <p>There are submersible pumps for several uses. Depending on what you want them for, you'll have to choose one brand or another.<strong> Recirculation pumps</strong> can stay switched on for long periods of time while other pumps are mainly used to work for shorter periods but can provide <strong>important flow rates.</strong></p> <p>Likewise, air pumps can be very different and getting the right model depends on the use we want to give it. Some of them can be used to <strong>oxygenate small tanks</strong> such as the ones for hydroponic cuttings while bigger compressors are used with <strong>large water tanks. </strong></p> <p><a href=""><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Atman</span> </a>submersible pumps will help you recirculate water in systems such as the X-Stream from Nutriculture -with the smallest models- or large irrigation systems (<strong>drip irrigation or watering wand systems)</strong> -with the biggest ones-. It is recommended to use 400-600L/h in small aeroponic systems, 200L/h per 1m2 in <strong>hydro or aero systems</strong> and 300L/h and beyond when using a water wand. All Atman models  come with a flow regulator that lets you adjust the water flow. </p> <p><a href="">Neptune Hydroponics</a> waterproof pumps are very similar to the ones from Atman. They are used to recirculate water in hydroponic and aeroponic systems, for both irrigation with drip systems or watering wands. Depending on the flow rate, a different model would be required. In systems such as the BFT or in hydroponics or aeroponics it <strong>is recommended to plan 2000L/h per each m2. For instance, </strong>if you have a 2m2 grow op, you will need a 4000L/h flow rate.</p>
  • Irrigation fittings
    <p>All <strong>irrigation fittings</strong> you need are here. These products help you improve the quality of the care you give to your plants. Irrigation takes place almost on a daily basis so the<strong> way you do it and the equipment you employ are paramount.</strong></p> <p>You can <strong>water your plants with a <a href="">telescopic watering wand</a></strong> that will let you<strong> reach even the farthest plants effortlessly</strong> and with the same flow rate since this one can be adjusted at any time. Thus, you won't have to move your plants around when watering them. In order to use this device it is also necessary to <strong>employ a powerful water pump </strong>because the hose needs a lot of pressure.</p> <p>There are <strong>other methods that don't offer resistance to water flow</strong>. Water inside the hose has to go through the rose at the edge -like a shower head- which makes necessary to have a lot of pressure. But if water has a free pass, flow won't be so intense. Our <strong>Easy</strong> <strong>Irrigation Automatic System is very recommendable</strong>: with a simple and small water pump it is possible to water our plants by allowing and interrupting the flow by simply pressing a button with the foot. Since <strong>there is nothing at the edge of the hose, water will come out easily and you won't have to use a very powerful pump.</strong> Water will fall freely and thus, holes on the ground will be avoided. </p> <p>If you <strong>prefer manual irrigation</strong> and like to know how much water you are feeding to each plant, we also have an <strong>Easy Manual Irrigation System.</strong> This system works in much the same way as a watering wand but it lets you track how much water you pour on each pot. It consists of a 1.5m long tube with an opening at the end, similar to a funnel. With the help of a<strong> cup or jar, the nutrient solution can be poured inside </strong>and fall through the regular "outlet" of the jet in a convenient way. This system <strong>allows the user to dose the amount of water used on each pot</strong>, avoiding flooding and roots rotting.</p> <p>There are other systems such as the <strong>Irrigation Bag,</strong> which lets you <strong>water up to 6 plants automatically</strong> by simply filling a 10L tank. This drip irrigation system works by gravity. It consists of <strong>6 drippers mounted in line, each of them with a shut-off valve</strong>. You can choose how much water comes out of each dripper so watering takes more or less time or larger or smaller volumes are supplied. This system is very useful to<strong> water all plants by simply emptying a jar of nutrient solution inside the bag </strong>and thus, avoid watering each plant individually.</p> <p>You will also find <strong>several drippers</strong> for our automatic irrigation systems in our shop. The simplest drippers come with a microtube and a pickaxe while some the <a href="">12-outlet drip manifold</a><strong> lets you feed 12 plants from each intake</strong> in the main pipe. <strong>HT drippers let you adjust the water flow coming out of each tube</strong> while Cobra Ray lets you move your plants at will. The <strong>6-outlets drip manifold lets you water up to 6 plants</strong> from a single intake with a 16 mm tube. <strong>Drippers set in line enable quick and practical installations</strong>, particularly outdoors where the distance between plants is much bigger.</p> <p><strong>Purify your water with an ultraviolet lamp,</strong> killing all potential fungi and bacteria  in the nutrient solution. A water pump will recirculate the water from the tank continuously inside the lamp, <strong>avoiding water stagnation. Water will be pure and free from algae and mildew.</strong></p> <p>Whichever product you're looking for to<strong> improve your watering system, you will certainly find it in this section, along with a full description of its specs and mode of employment.</strong></p> <p></p> <p></p>
  • Water tanks
    <p><strong>Water tanks for your grow ops. </strong>They come in all colors and sizes which makes them very versatile. These tanks will allow you to <strong>prepare many liters of nutrient solution</strong> at once, instead of having to prepare the mixture in jugs. They are <strong>also useful when working with a water pump </strong>and<strong> </strong>any system such as with a watering wand or a drip irrigation system. They can also be used to <strong>collect rainfall or drained water</strong> in your grow trays or to recirculate water in a hydroponics system.</p> <p><a href="">90L tanks</a> are <strong>ideal to be set under hydroponic trays</strong>. By setting rockwool slabs in the tray, you can get irrigation water to drench the roots, run through the grow table and come back to the tank in a continuous way. Also, you can have plants in a pot and use tanks <strong>to collect exceeding irrigation water </strong>and throw it away. The Rectangular Black Model is very similar to the 90L one but in larger dimensions.</p> <p><strong>Flexible Tanks occupy very little room</strong> while being resistant and easy to carry around. When you buy a big tank you are very likely to be noticed while entering it inside your house, whereas a flexible one comes inside a box and won't raise any suspicion. There tend to be many plants in our kind of grow ops, so if you live in a busy place and want to do it discreetly, it is highly recommended to choose this type of tank. They are available in many different volumes and they all include a tap.</p> <p>We also have several models of<span style="text-decoration:underline;"> <a href="">Green Tanks With Lid</a>,</span> <strong>both in round and rectangular shapes.</strong> These tanks are <strong>widely used in all types of garden for irrigation purposes</strong>. They are <strong>inexpensive and of a very fine quality. The lid protects water from sunlight.</strong> If the tank is not directly set under a lamp or exposed to the sun, <strong>water will last much longer than in a model without a lid.</strong> All Green Tanks <strong>include a faucet</strong> to which a watering wand or drip irrigation system can be connected.</p> <p>The latest arrivals at our catalogue are the <strong>Slimline Tanks. These hardwearing</strong><strong> tanks</strong> feature a great design and are very helpful to keep nutrient solutions. Walls are <strong>thick and opaque while the lid includes a safety lock for kids.</strong> These tanks let you keep the nutrient solution for a long time both indoors and outdoors. <strong>Light won't penetrate inside and ruin the nutrient solution</strong> by favouring the development of algae or mildew. Besides, its tall and slim design will let you place it almost anywhere without attracting attention. It includes a<strong> stand which makes it stable.</strong></p> <p><strong>If irrigation water is too hot, you can always resort to a Water Cooler</strong> that will keep your water at the right temperature. <strong>Very hot water contains barely no oxygen</strong> so nutrient intake becomes difficult for the roots. If you cool your water down, your plants will feed better and yield more.</p> <p>Now you know how<strong> to find your way among the different models of water tanks we sell</strong>. In addition, our catalogue includes a detailed description of each of them, highlighting their specs and how to use them properly.</p> <p></p>
  • Irrigation timers
    <p><strong>Irrigation timers and controllers for your crops,</strong> perfect for those cases where you cannot take care of your plants for some days or you want to automatize the irrigation of your grow op. <strong>Depending on where you are taking the irrigation water from, you'll have to employ a model or another</strong> since specs differ.</p> <p>One of the most widely used models is the <a href="">Battery-Operated</a> Automatic Irrigation Programmer, which enables you to<strong> water up to 10 plants.</strong> It consists of a controllers that acts as timer, water pump and water supplier. It has 10 different outlets that can be blocked with a cap or to which we can connect a 6 mm tube. Each tube goes to a plant and <strong>every time the system is activated, irrigates all plants equally, with the same amount of water coming out of each outlet</strong>. The system itself <strong>pumps water from the water tank or bucket thanks to a battery-operated water pump, taking it to the plants</strong>. It is possible to<strong> choose the particular time at which you want irrigation to take place every day and for how long.</strong> It is <strong>particularly useful outdoors,</strong> since you won't have to connect it to the power network and it's also<strong> ideal when you go on holiday.</strong></p> <p>If you want to water your plants outdoors, but <strong>don't want to worry about running out of battery, there is a better system: the Solar Irrigation Kit.</strong> A solar panel will charge the battery so that the kit can work without batteries. The solar panel will collect energy and the controller will deal with the storage and use it to water your plants according to the <strong>parameters you have set</strong>, such as the minutes and days you want irrigation to take place. The <strong>water pump will propel water towards the plants while a drip irrigation system -included in the kit- will water up to 20 plants.</strong> A very good option for<strong> those who cannot take care of their plants personally or for "guerrilla-style"</strong> crops.</p> <p>Other simpler models of controllers are directly connected to the water network and can be sufficient to do <strong>a</strong> <strong>manual weekly fertilization</strong> or to use along with <strong>slow absorption nutrients such as Bio Tabs</strong>. There is a <strong>digital model and an analogue one,</strong> so that you can choose how to program the days and times of watering. They are <strong>battery-powered</strong> so keep in mind these have to <strong>be changed often</strong> and don't forget about them! If the timer ran out of battery while the system was working, you could create a flooding which might be even worse than leaving your plants without water. Despite this drawback, this system <strong>is one of the best and most economical ones</strong> for outdoor plants.</p> <p>One of the<strong> best quality</strong> <a href="">irrigation controllers is the one by GSE</a> <span style="text-decoration:underline;">d</span>ue to its many functions. It allows you to adjust irrigation times by the second, with <strong>an interval that goes from 1 sec to 18h.</strong> What really makes this system outstanding is <strong>it can tell whether it's daytime or nighttime</strong> by means of a probe. Thanks to it, you can make it water your plants for shorter periods during the day and for longer ones at night. In short, it is <strong>an ideal tool for optimizing your watering schedule</strong> and it would work perfectly in conjunction with the<strong> Ebb &amp; Flood system from Nutriculture or rockwool growing systems.</strong></p> <p>No matter which watering programmer or timer you are looking for, you will certainly find one that meets your needs in our catalogue.</p>
  • Sprayers and nebulizers
    <p>All models of <strong>sprayers and nebulizers</strong> that you need to apply foliar products to your plants in an easy and convenient way:<strong> from the most common ones such as the 1L sprayer to the super handy 5L</strong> previous pressure tank with hose. The <strong>1L sprayer with gun will be enough for small treatments</strong>. This sprayer is used for isolated cases, such as to dispense a foliar fertilizer used in 2 or 3 occasions, or for small crops where 1L suffices to spray all plants. <strong>Its main drawback lies in the fact it doesn't work when turned upside down</strong> and that is why it is <strong>difficult to apply certain products to the reverse of the leaves.</strong> However, it comes in handy to spray cuttings since it's convenient and easy to handle.</p> <p><strong>Pressure sprays are the most widely used</strong> in our type of crops since many of their features make them ideal for the job. One of their advantages is <strong>pressure is created inside the sprayer by means of a piston and then, when the button is pressed, water comes out automatically</strong> without having to pump the liquid.</p> <p>The <a href="">2L Pressure Sprayer</a> is <strong>ideal for spraying both nutrients and insecticides</strong> since<strong> it can be turned upside down and keeps on working perfectly. </strong>Working upside down lets you dispense the liquid to the reverse of the leaves. Although the sprayer cannot work for too long like this -since air comes in after a few seconds-, there is <strong>a trick that lets us use it for 10-15 secs in this position</strong>. Indeed, the tubes of the 1L sprayer are too thin and there is room for very little water. On the other hand, <strong>the 2L sprayer tubes are thicker</strong> and there is more room for more water. Thus, we can use this spray for longer and upside down until the water in the tubes is emptied.<strong> If air starts to come out, all we have to do is put it back to its original position until water starts to come out again</strong> and then we turn it around for a new application.</p> <p>The <span style="text-decoration:underline;"><a href="">5L Pressure Sprayer</a></span> doesn't need<strong> to be turned upside down to spray the back of the leaves.</strong> It includes<strong> a watering  wand that lets you   spray all the areas you want, including both sides of the leaves</strong> without the annoyance of water flow being stopped. A piston will help us create pressure while we apply the solution <strong>by simply pressing the trigger of the wand.</strong> It <strong>can be carried at the back</strong> so it is ideal for large outdoor farms, where tall plants are cultivated and the demand for water is high.</p> <p>If you are looking for a sprayer, <strong>search for the one you need according to your needs </strong>and don't suffer anymore to apply foliar products.</p>
  • Water treatment
    <p><strong>Osmosis and carbon filters for irrigation water</strong> to provide your plants with water of the finest quality. Plants will <strong>reward you by feeding well on the nutrients you give them and will yield a great product.</strong> Quality water will make your plants improve notably, but remember that <strong>in order to install an osmosis filter in your system, a pressure of 2-3 kg is necessary. If there is not enough pressure you can resort to other types of filter</strong> such as carbon ones. <strong>Whichever filter you need, you will find it in our filter catalogue</strong> so you can provide your plants with the quality water they deserve.</p> <p>Roots absorb water and thus, nutrients, but <strong>if water contains too many salts the plant is unable to absorb water properly.</strong> It's like if roots had some filters through which water with too many salts cannot go. Therefore, the lesser the amount of salts in the water the easier it will be for the roots to absorb it. <strong>By using nutrients we are adding salts to the ones already present in the water and thus we also</strong> <strong>increase conductivity (Ec)</strong> a lot (which depends, basically, on the amount of salts in the water).</p> <p><strong>Osmosis filters will help us achieve a</strong> very low Ec, <span style="text-decoration:underline;"><a href="">close to 0.0</a>,</span> so that all minerals can be absorbed by the plants easily. <strong>In hydroponic systems, using an osmosis filter is essential. The same can be said for crops using </strong>coco or rockwool as growing medium. If we grow in soil, it will be more difficult for the substrate to get saturated with salts and you<strong> will notice an amazing change in your plants,</strong> particularly in seasonal outdoor crops.</p> <p>We sell osmosis filters of <strong>several models and sizes to fit your needs,</strong> from <strong>the smallest ones (150L/day)</strong> for your little garden, to the<strong> biggest ones such as the GrowMax 3000 (3000 L/day)</strong> for those who need larger quantities of water everyday (for instance, for large rockwool crops).</p> <p><strong>Carbon filters are also a good option</strong> if we cannot use an osmosis filter since they don't lower Ec too much but they still <strong>eliminate many residues and elements dissolved in irrigation water, such as soaps and pesticides.</strong> By removing so many harmful components from the irrigation water, your roots will absorb the essential nutrients better and thus your plants will produce better quality marijuana.</p> <p><a href="">Carbon Filters</a> are<strong> ideal for grow ops where pressure is not too high, </strong>making it possible to get great quality water under conditions where osmosis filters wouldn't work. <strong>The smallest ones can filter up to 240L/h,</strong> ideal for your grow tents or for your autoflowering plants at the balcony. <strong>The biggest ones will filter up to 2000 L/h </strong>and are<strong> </strong>perfect to be installed in a watering wand or for larger crops that are directly irrigated with whatever comes from the water supply network.</p> <p><strong>Provide your plants with quality water and see the difference for yourself:</strong> your plants will grow healthy from A to Z, showing no deficiencies, while their taste and power will be unique. You can also expect higher yields.</p>
  • Pipes and spare parts
    <p><strong>Pipes of several lengths and diameters and an endless list of spare parts and fittings to set from</strong> the simplest to the most complicated irrigation system. <strong>Here you will find connectors and couplings for getting a water take from any point of the water supply network both at home or in the garden, T joints for splits, elbows for curve sections, drippers and hole punches to insert the drippers wherever you want.</strong></p> <p>There are polyethylene tubes of several diameters and lengths, so you can do anything you want: from very small installations where 8 m of tube are enough to large ones where you will need many meters. <strong>Depending on the flow rate and the drippers you are going to use, you must choose one diameter or another</strong>. <strong>With 16 mm tubes you can make drip systems easily,</strong> you'll only have to punch a hole with a punch and stick in a dripper with one or several outlets. <a href="">The 25 mm tube</a> <strong>can bear more pressure</strong> and is therefore ideal for larger installations. <strong>External threaded elements can be added to the 25 mm pipe</strong> (elbows or joints such as drippers). Since pipes of this diameter can stand higher pressures,<strong> it is possible to get up to 12 outlets with the drip manifold from a single take.</strong></p> <p>You can use<strong> many spare parts to make a good irrigation system</strong> and avoid shoddy works. The <strong>system needs to be properly balanced so that water comes out everywhere</strong> evenly (and flow isn't reduced at some parts as a consequence of friction). In order to do that, you have to lay down a balanced system of tubes: if there are 4 sections of tube, they all need to be the same length, there must be the same distance between them and the water pump must be virtually equidistant from them all. If you have to make a trident setting, you can start with 3 branches, and then take 6 or 9 new secondary branches (that is, take 2 or 3 secondary line from each originary branch). Remember it is always about balancing distances and lengths.</p> <p><strong>Elbows are needed to make curved sections. Otherwise,</strong> if the tube was bent, flow could be restrained or even blocked. <strong>If you need to split a pipe, you must use T joints</strong> and then you can take <strong>as many branches as you wish from the main one. If you want to increase the length of the pipe or fix a pinch, then you can use a coupling or and end-plug. Coupling pieces help to join two lengths of tube</strong> avoiding water leaks.</p> <p>All waterworks <strong>need to be fed from a main water source.</strong> This can work by gravity or by means of a water pump that propels water from a tank. It is also possible to take water directly from the water supply network. Wherever you are taking water from, there must be a safe connection between your system and the main source.<strong> In order to do this type of union, you can use a connector and <a href="">junctions </a></strong>that have one part to be threaded to the pump, tap or running water network and another one that fits in the irrigation main pipe. <strong>Completing a safe installation with all these fittings should be easy for you.</strong></p> <p>There are <strong>other accessories such as end plugs </strong>to put an end to your system and avoid water leaks at these points. There are also <strong>shutt-off valves to choose where to carry water</strong> and divide water flow as planned.</p> <p>All these parts along with the tubes and pipes can be chosen in 16mm and 25mm and are made of polyurethane. These are the preferred types of tube for drip irrigation systems due to their economical price and ease of installation. They will also make you feel confident about the safety of your system, since you'll know you have a well made irrigation system with no leaks.</p>
Irrigation supplies for cannabis growing

Purchase everything you need to water your plants: from measuring cups to irrigate your plants individually to solar-powered drip irrigation systems.

Irrigation plays a major role in your plants keeping and the success of your crops relies on it. Your plants have to be watered according to some principles, such as avoiding overwatering or trying to use water deprived of mineral salts, like osmosis water.

Among others, you will find :

  • Osmosis systems and carbon filters to remove impurities from irrigation water before supplying it to your plants.
  • Water tanks to prevent light from penetrating inside, keeping water in good conditions for much longer.
  • Water pumps to propel water from the tank to a watering wand or to feed an automatic irrigation system.

You can also find irrigation tubes in several lengths and diameters to create your customized irrigation system, including special irrigation drippers that will allow you to water up to 12 plants with a single device.

This section also covers all the fittings and spare parts, along with elbows, shut-off valves, tee junctions or line filters required to optimize your irrigation installation. 

In this section, you will find novelties in waterworks with products such as the solar-powered irrigation system or the Riegofácil (Easyirrigation) kit, which lets you water all your plants without having to move them around.

In short, an endless selection of items for watering marijuana plants, listed in an intuitive way that lets you find everything you need in an easy and simple way. 

All the products in our catalogue come with a detailed description and a clear explanation of their main features and how to use them, so that you won't find any trouble when choosing or using your new products.