Ebb & Flood System

If you're an experienced grower choose this super-oxygenated Ebb & Flood system to make maximum use of the free-draining nature of clay pebbles.

With 60% faster drainage the new Ebb & Flood range deserves your attention.

Description

How the Ebb and Flood hydroponic system works

At the set times solution rises up from the reservoir into the media and pushes out stale air, allowing the roots take up whatever nutrients and water they need.

Every Ebb & Flood kit now includes our unique Express Drain. When the flood pump switches off the Express Drain creates a powerful vacuum which pulls water back into the reservoir – fast – with a rush of fresh oxygen rich air. This fresh oxygen-rich air nourishes the roots leading to more productive growth and bigger yields.

The top tray of the Ebb & Flood has a new design so water runs to the drainage point more quickly where the Express Drain can do its work.

Clay pebbles hold very little moisture, so between feeds roots have excellent access to oxygen, you must increase feed timings as the plants grow to ensure they receive enough water.

Why They are Great

Perfect for growers who want to:

  1. Optimise root access to oxygen
  2. Finely tune feeds
  3. Decide own plant spacing
  4. Make the most of available space with a self-contained system
  5. Grow in an area with limited height – these Grow Systems are a maximum of 36cm tall.

Dimensions

System Size L x W x H cm No. of Plants
EF120 69.5 x 59 x 28 1-4
EF230 119.5 x 107 x 33 4-9
EF420 172 x 62 x 31 6-8
EF620 226 x 118 x 43 10-15
EF100 122 x 109 x 22 4-9

Hints and Tips

  Feed time guide for pots of coco/soil Feed time guide for pots of 60/40 Feed time guide for pebbles
Start 1x 15 minute feed per day 2 x 15 minutes feeds per day 2 x 15 minutes feeds per day
Veg 2 or 3 x 15 minute feeds per day 3 x 15 minute feeds per day 3-4 x 15 minute feeds per day
Flower 3 to 5 x 15 minute feeds per day 4-5 x 15 minute feeds per day 4-6 x 15 minute feeds per day

For our simple guide to setting up and using an Ebb & Flood system click here