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This telescopic watering wand is useful to water grows or crops just like if the tap was placed on top of the pot, using as much water as needed. Water even the most inaccessible plants with comfort.
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This budget telescopic watering wand can be used for indoor, outdoor grows or urban gardens, facilitating the task of watering hard to access plants. They simply need to be connected to a garden tap or water deposit in order to water the plants by just pressing a button. If a hose is needed, clamps can be used in case of leakage. This wand can connect to different watering systems like submersible pumps or gravity flow deposits, although with this last one pressure will go down a lot and water flow will not be as effective.
If the length needs to be modified, the central screw must be loosened and then pull or push in order to change it to a preferable size. Once it is at a comfortable length simply tighten the screw again. All screws include a sealing ring to avoid water leakage through the connection.
For water to come out, all that needs to be done is press the handle button and water will start flowing through the irrigation head. A water flow monitor (not included) can be used to know the exact amount of water each plant is getting.
This wand features characteristics that make it perfect for indoor grows where plants are too near each other and hard to access. Now front plants will not need to be moved to reach the last row. This Telescopic Watering Wand extends to a maximum of 146 cm.
Plants need a certain amount of water and this item makes it easy to stop the flow once that amount has been reached. If a hose was to be used, stopping water flow would not be as easy which would flood the bottom of indoor grows. Being able to stop water flow from pot to pot makes this task much easier.
As jet flow can be easily started and stopped, substrate can get wet slowly, giving it the exact amount of water it needs, making a lot easier than using a hose on its own.
This wand can connect to a submersible water pump. Such a pump needs to have a high-water flow of at least 2000 L/h so that it receives enough pressure to function fluidly. If we want water to come out with as much pressure as if it was directly connected to the tap, then a 3000 L/h water pump is required.
The pump must be inside a deposit in order for nutrients and water to be mixed. Same thing occurs with PH regulation, nutrients need to be pre-treated, adjusting PH to the perfect levels regarding the different growth phases. Such tasks could not be carried out if the lance was directly connected to the water tap.
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