Wilma growing systems in various shapes and sizes

Watering by hand is not necessary with the Wilma growing systems. With Wilma systems provide your plants with nutrient water automatically.


Wilma growing systems in various shapes and sizes

The Wilma systems ensure that your plants are supplied with nutrient water in a professional manner. This means that the plants will not lack anything and can perform optimally.

The breeding system is available in 10 different variants. The smallest variant consists of 8 pots with a capacity of 1.65 liters, which you can use well for growing cuttings or seedlings for example. The largest variant contains 20 pots with a capacity of 6.5 liters.

The WILMA growing system is a complete system for growing (up) plants, whereby the plants are automatically supplied with water. It consists of a collection tray with the pots of plants above it. These come in different sizes.

You fill the container with water, the water is then transported to a reservoir and automatically given to the plants with the help of a pump. This saves a lot of work, because you no longer have to water your plants every time, but you are assured that they will always get enough.

  • Watering by hand is no longer necessary with these growing systems.
  • There is a system available for every room.
  • They are light systems that are easy to move.

Install the Wilma system

  • assemble the pump
  • place the tray on the tray
  • place the water hose
  • connect the pump to the water hose
  • connect the small tubes to the water hose
  • press the blue pins at the end of the small tubes
  • place the pots on the system
  • close the tank with the red cap

After completing these steps, the system is ready for use and you can fill the pots. Then fill the tank with water and add plant food.

The best results from a pot!

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