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Irrigation and waterworks

  • Water & Air Pumps
    <p class="MsoNormal">In this section you can get <strong>water and air pumps</strong> for setting up your irrigation system, using water in a tank. You’ll be able to feed your plants nutrients on a <strong>timed schedule</strong>.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">We stock <strong>submersible</strong> pumps that have many uses. Depending on what you’re using them for you’ll need to get a <strong>larger or smaller model</strong>. We also stock circulation pumps that are used to being on for <strong>long amounts of time and pumps</strong> that are only meant to be on for a few hours.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">When it comes to <strong>air pumps</strong>, some of them can be used in <strong>small tanks such as hydroponic clone systems</strong>, and larger compressors designed for enormous water tanks.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Our Atman air pumps are perfect for working in <strong>both small X Stream systems</strong>, watering wands and drop irrigation models. We recommend having a <strong>400-600L/h flow</strong> in small systems and 2000L/h in hydroponic and aeroponic systems that are 1m squared. All of our Atman models come with an <strong>adjustable flow</strong>.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">The <strong>Neptune Hydroponics submersible</strong> pumps are similar to <a href="https://www.growbarato.net/en/atman-products/122-atman-submersible-water-pump.html">Atman models</a>; they’re perfect for hydroponic and aeroponic systems, for drippers and for watering wands. Make sure to check out their flow before making a choice. For <strong>NFT and circulation systems</strong> such as aeroponic and hydroponic systems, we recommend using <strong>2000L/h per square meter</strong> – two square meters require around 4000L/h.</p>
  • Watering Accessories
    <p>In this section you can find <strong>all sorts of watering accessories</strong> and irrigation fittings for your watering systems; only the best for your plants. Watering is something that you’ll be doing a lot, so the way you do it and <strong>the materials you use are incredibly important</strong>.</p> <p class="MsoNormal"></p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">We <strong>stock <a href="https://www.growbarato.net/en/irrigation-fittings/2919-neptune-hidrophonics-watering-wand.html">extendable watering rods</a></strong> so that you can water the plants in at the back without needing to move them around – it goes straight to your water tank, and you can turn the flow on and off whenever you want. You’ll need a <strong>potent water pump</strong>, though.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">You’ll need a potent pump when using one of these watering rods; they need quite <strong>a lot of pressure</strong> to work properly. However, the <strong>automatic watering version</strong> is much easier to use – all you need is a small pump, allowing you to <strong>open and close water flow</strong> using your foot.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">If you prefer <strong>watering manually</strong> and keeping careful check of exactly how much water you’re giving your plants, there’s also a <strong>manual “easy-water” system</strong> that works like the watering rod, except you’ll be able to control exactly how much water your plans get. It’s a 1.5m pipe with a sort of funnel on one end with a container for your nutrient solution. This makes it <strong>much easier to tell</strong> how much water you’re putting into <strong>each flowerpot</strong>.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">We also sock watering bags, which can automatically <strong>water 6 plants with its 10L system</strong> – it uses gravity to water your plants via dripping. It has <strong>6 inline droppers</strong> that you can adjust individually for each of your flowerpots. All you have to do is pour our nutrient solution into the bag and it will water all 6 plants, saving you quite a lot of time.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">We also <strong>stock various types of drippers</strong> for automatic watering systems – from basic drippers to manifold drippers with 12 outlets that go straight to the main pipe. The 6 outlet manifold allows you to <strong>water 6 plants with a 16mm pipe</strong>, and the inline drippers are super easy to install, especially outdoors where plants tend to be farther apart.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Our <strong>UV lamp allows you to purify the water</strong> you use, killing any sort of bacteria or fungi that may have made its way into your water. You can use a water pump to have it circulate near the lamp, keeping your water fresh and pure.</p><p></p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Whether you need a fitting, a pipe or an <strong>entire watering system</strong>, you’ve come to the right place!</p>
  • Water Tanks
    <p class="MsoNormal">Check out our <strong>large selection of water tanks</strong>, coming in all sorts of shapes, sizes, colors and models. You can use these tanks to hold your nutrient solution so that you don’t have to prepare it every time you water. You can also use them with a pump, making your very own automatic watering system using <strong>drip irrigation</strong> or <strong>attaching it to a watering wand</strong>. You can also use these tanks for collecting rain water or as a runoff tank for your watering trays.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><strong>90L tanks</strong> are perfect for placing under your hydroponic trays; by using <strong>rockwool slabs</strong> in your trays and draining the water out you’ll be able to give your plants’ roots constant water circulation; our<strong> black rectangular tank</strong> models are perfect for this.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">We also <strong>stock flexible tanks</strong> that don’t take up much space at all; they’re durable and easy to transport. When buying large water tanks it can be a bit <strong>suspicious</strong>, especially if you have nosey neighbors that see you taking it inside. However, these <strong>flexible tanks</strong> come in a discreet box – it’s one of the best choices if you have lots of neighbors and don’t want them to reach any sort of conclusion. They come in <strong>various different sizes</strong>, all of which come with a tap.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Our green <strong>round/square tanks</strong> are perfect for garden watering – they’re the<strong> typical green tanks</strong> you’d see out in a field. They’re super <strong>affordable, high-quality tanks</strong> that’ll keep your water from light contamination thanks to their durable lid. If you have an open tank you’ll need to switch the water out much more often. All of these tanks have a tap so that you can easily attach your watering systems such as drip irrigation.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Our latest tanks are the <strong>Slimline tanks</strong>; these incredibly durable tanks are perfect for storing large amounts of nutrient solution. They’re much thicker, fully opaque and have a child-lock on their lid. Absolutely no light is capable of <strong>penetrating its thick walls</strong>, keeping your water and nutrient solution as fresh as possible for as long as possible. Their slim design makes it quite discreet too, allowing you to square it away pretty much anywhere you want; you can also get a <strong>special stand designed</strong> for these tanks.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">If you’re<strong> having issues with your water heating up</strong> too much, we recommend using our water cooler, which can help you to keep it at a more normal temperature. If you water your plants with water that’s too warm they won’t be able to <strong>absorb nutrient properly</strong>.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Have a look through our <strong>water tank section</strong> and you’re sure to<strong> find exactly what you’re looking for</strong> – every product has its own detailed description so that you know exactly what you’re purchasing and how to use it properly.</p><p></p>
  • Water Timers
    <p></p> <p><strong>Water timers and controllers</strong> are perfect for large grows or for those that don’t have time to take care of their plants every day – make growing easier! The model that you need depends on where you’ll be<strong> taking the water from</strong>.</p> <p class="MsoNormal"></p><p></p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">One of the most used timers is our <a href="https://www.growbarato.net/en/wassertec-products/669-wassertech-irrigation-system.html"><strong>battery-powered</strong> </a><strong>automatic watering controller</strong> that can be set to water up to 10 plants. This controller acts as a <strong>timer, water pump and water distribution center</strong> at once. It has <strong>10 </strong>different outlets that you can either cover or attach <strong>6mm piping to</strong> – each pipe goes to one plant and when on it waters all of them at once in the <strong>exact same quantities</strong>. It comes with a battery powered pump that pushes the water to your plants, allowing you to set the amount of time that it’s on for. It’s highly practical for outdoor growing, especially if you want to go away for a <strong>few days</strong>.</p><p></p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">We have much <strong>simpler controllers</strong> that are placed straight into running water, allowing you to feed your plants by hand <strong>using nutrients while watering nutrient-free</strong>. We stock digital and analog models so that you can choose the best way to feed your plants. They work using batteries, so you’ll need to <strong>switch them out every now and then</strong> – if you forget and it turns off in the <strong>middle of a process</strong>, you may have an issue on your hands if you take too long to notice.</p><p></p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">One of our best, most <strong>high-end water timers is the GSE Water Controller,</strong> which has a myriad of helpful functions. You can set watering times in second increments, from <strong>1 second up to 18 hours</strong>. It also has a sensor that detects whether it’s day time or night time – you can set it to water less during the day and more during the night, allowing you to optimize your plant watering process. This device is great for ebb &amp; flow <strong>watering systems or rockwool growing systems</strong>.</p><p></p> <p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Whatever type of <strong>timer or water controller that you’re after</strong>, you’re sure to find it here at Growbarato.net! Perfect for growing cannabis indoors and outdoors.</p> <p></p>
  • Sprayers
    <p>In this section, you can find <strong>all types of spray bottles and sprayers</strong> needed to give your plants the perfect dose of whatever they need; from 1L sprayers to larger watering wands that <strong>hold up to 5L</strong>.</p> <p class="MsoNormal"></p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">With the 1L pistol sprayer you can treat small plants or use small amounts of<strong> organic insecticides and pesticides</strong>. It’s perfect for specific issues such as when you need to <strong>spray once or twice a week</strong> – it does not work upside down, which can be an issue as many products are designed to be sprayed on the bottom of your plants. It’s great for spraying clones, however; <strong>comfortable and easy to use</strong>.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Our pressure sprayers are some of the <strong>most used models</strong>, as they make working with your plants super easy. It has a piston, so as soon as you press the trigger it’ll spray water – no need to pump anything, so it makes the <strong>process much comfier</strong>.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Our <strong>2L pressure sprayer</strong> is ideal for treating plants with either fertilizers or insecticides, as it can be used upside down for spraying the bottom of your plants. It only works upside down for <strong>about 10-15 seconds</strong>, but it’s still much handier than the other types. Once it stops spraying upside down, just right it and spray a couple of times.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">The 5L pressure sprayer is definitely one of the <strong>best sprayers that we stock</strong> – you don’t even have to turn it upside down. It has a watering wand and hose that allows you to spray the exact part you want of your plants, both on the top and bottom of the leaves. Press the trigger and the piston inside works to push the water out, <strong>creating decent pressure</strong>. You can wear it as a backpack which is incredibly hand for outdoor growers with loads of plants that they need to spray.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">If you’re looking for a <strong>spray bottle for your plants</strong>, you’re sure to find exactly what you need right here; <strong>everything you could possibly want</strong> for spraying your cannabis plants.</p>
  • Water Treatment
    <p class="MsoNormal">In this section you can <strong>find osmosis filters and carbon filters</strong> for your watering system – some of the most high-end devices available. Your plants will be able to feed much better and produce larger yields with clean water. If your plants receive high quality water they’ll be able to grow much better, although in order to use an <strong>osmosis system</strong> you’ll need about <strong>2-3kg water pressure</strong>. If you don’t have enough pressure you can also use active carbon filters. Whatever it is that you need, you’re guaranteed to find it in this section!</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Your plants roots essentially <strong>absorb water and nutrients for your plants</strong>, but if the water isn’t of good enough quality or it contains too many salts, your plants won’t be able to absorb it correctly and their roots will have to work a lot harder. If you add nutrients to your solution, the amount of <strong>salts increases considerably</strong>, which is why it’s important to use already pure water when starting out.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><strong>Osmosis filters</strong> allow you to clean water and leave it practically pure, which means that you can add <strong>plenty more nutrients</strong> to your plants and still have them absorb it. When <strong>growing hydroponically</strong> it’s absolutely essential to use pure or osmosis water, as well as when you grow using rockwool and coco coir. If you grow in soil you’ll notice a <strong>massive difference</strong>; your plants will look flawless due to not ever having any sort of excess salts.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">We stock <strong>Osmosis</strong> filters of all kinds, shapes and sizes that are perfect for any growers’ needs; from small filters that can do <strong>150L a day</strong> for small gardens, to massive <strong>GrowMax 3000L a day filters</strong> for those that need enormous amounts of water every day, such as in large hydroponic growing rooms. Our carbon filters are also super handy, especially if you can’t use an <strong>osmosis filter</strong>. They’re not that good at decreasing the <strong>EC</strong> directly but they do get rid of all types of sediments and bits of residue in your water – this makes for a smoother flow and much happier plant roots.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><strong>Carbon filters</strong> are perfect for growers that don’t have access to very high water pressure, as you can improve the quality of your water without needing an osmosis filter. The smallest one is capable of filtering up to <strong>240L per hour</strong>; perfect for indoor grows or for large amounts of autoflowering plants. The <strong>largest carbon filters</strong> allow you to filter up to <strong>2000L per hour</strong>, which is great for large grows.</p><p></p> <p class="MsoNormal">Give your plants the best possible water and watch them <strong>grow incredibly healthy</strong>; no nutrient deficiencies and <strong>incredibly healthy roots</strong>!</p>
  • Pipes and spare parts
    <p>These pipes and <strong>fittings come in several lengths</strong> and diameters and an endless list of spare parts and fittings; from the simplest to the most complicated irrigation systems. Here you can find<strong> connectors and couplings </strong>for creating an outlet point in your water supply network both at home or in your <strong>garden; T joints for splits, elbows for curve sections, drippers and hole punches to insert the drippers wherever you want.</strong></p> <p>We stock<strong> polyethylene tubes in several diameters</strong> and lengths, so you can do anything you want: from very small installations where 8m of tube is enough, to large ones where you will need longer tubing. Depending on the flow rate and the drippers you are going to use, you'll need to choose one diameter or another. <strong>With 16mm tubes you can easily make a drip irrigation system,</strong> you'll have to punch a hole in your tubing, stick in a dripper with one or several outlets. <a href="https://www.growbarato.net/en/pipes-and-spare-parts/2739-25mm-flexible-pipe-irrigation.html">The 25mm tube</a> <strong>can bear more pressure</strong> and is therefore ideal for larger installations. <strong>External threaded elements can be added to the 25mm pipe</strong> (elbows or joints such as drippers). Since pipes of this diameter can withstand higher pressures,<strong> it is possible to set up up to 12 outlets with a drip manifold from a single outlet.</strong></p> <p>You can use<strong> many different parts that we stock to set up a good irrigation system</strong>. Your <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 <strong>4 sections of tubing</strong>, they all need to be the same length. There must be the same distance between each tubing and the water pump must be at the <strong>exact same distance</strong> (or as close as possible) from all piping. If you're setting up a trident system, you can start with <strong>3 branches of pipe</strong>, and then attach 6 or 9 new secondary pipings (that is, add <strong>2 or 3 secondary pipes </strong>from each of the three original pipes). Remember it is always about balancing distances and lengths.</p> <p>Elbow joints are needed to make<strong> curved sections. </strong>If you bend normal tubing, water flow could be restrained or even blocked. If you need to split a pipe in two, you'll need to use<strong> T joints</strong> which allow you to add as many pipes and splits in the main pipe as you want. If you want to increase the length of the pipe or fix a pinch, then you can use a coupling or an<strong> end-plug. </strong>Coupling pieces help to join<strong> two lengths of tube,</strong> helping to prevent 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> You can use a connector and joints </strong>that can be threaded to the pump, tap or running water network and on the other end they fit into the 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 leakage at these points. There are also <strong>shut-off valves to choose where to carry water</strong> and divide water flow as planned.</p> <p>All these parts including tubes and pipes can be chosen in <strong>16mm and 25mm</strong> and are made of polyurethane. These are the <strong>preferred types of tube for drip irrigation systems</strong> 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 <strong>well made irrigation system with no leaks</strong>.</p>
Irrigation supplies for cannabis growing

In this category you can find everything you need to water your plants – from measuring cups for small plants to full automatic drip watering systems as well as watering systems that working using solar energy.

Water is one of the most important things that your plants need – the literal outcome of your plants depends on the amount and quality of water that they receive. You need to follow certain parameters when watering your plants – make sure not to water them too much and if possible use the purest water that you have access to.

We stock osmosis filters for cleaning water before watering your plants, as well as opaque water tanks that are perfect for hydroponic growers that keep nutrient solutions in their tank. We have water pumps that are in charge of pumping water from your tank through the pipes to your watering rod or automatic watering system.

If you’re looking for piping, we stock various sizes and diameters so that you can make your own personalized watering system with special drippers – you can water up to 12 plants using just one dripper. We also stock spare parts for all of the devices and systems that we sock including T pipes and elbow pipes, inline filters and many other devices and accessories.

Check out all of the different sections in our irrigation category, you’re guaranteed to find what you need for watering plants of any kind.