Oxypot Multi-Plant DWC Systems
Grow Multiple Plants DWC-Style from the Same Reservoir Tank!
Growing in the DWC (deep water culture) style produces rapid growth rates and impressive yields, thanks to the high levels of oxygen that it delivers. Multi-Plant Oxypot systems are ideal for flowering multiple plants. These systems allow you to maintain multiple 'bubblers' from the same tank, keeping maintenance down to an absolute minimum.
- Delivers rapid growth rates and enormous yields
- About as easy to set up as it gets!
- Supplied with parts for growing up to 5 plants (depending on your selection)
- Flip-over lid for adjustable plant height levels
- Clean and clinical – produces very little waste
- Manufactured from tough plastic
- Designed with a gap for airline tubing
- Pairs perfectly with our air stone kits
1 x 70 litre reservoir, 1 x lid (with 3 holes), 2 x 140mm net pot OR
1 x 100 litre reservoir, 1 x lid (with 5 holes), 1 x hole cover, 4 x 140mm net pots OR
1 x 100 litre reservoir, 1 x lid (with 5 holes), 5 x 140mm net pots
Recommended additional purchases:
- Air pump and airstone kits are available separately. Find a kit to match your system here.
- Adding Silver Bullet Roots to your tank will keep your nutrient solution sterile and disease-free.
- Plant Magic's DWC nutrient has been formulated to get the very best out of deep water culture systems.
- The Nutradip Growboss gives you constantly updated pH, EC and nutrient temperature info on an easy to read display - essential for a DWC system.
Oxypot 5 Pot DWC System - 5 Plants
Growers everywhere are discovering the benefits to running DWC systems. Growing deep water culture is one of the most effective ways to ensure that there’s optimal oxygenation around the root system. This triggers a dramatic increase in the uptake of nutrients compared to other methods, and it doesn’t take long before the effects start to show on the top half of the plant, with strong, healthy growth and fruits that swell to eye-popping dimensions!
This kit provides you with most of the items required to start growing in the DWC style. If you don’t have them already, you’ll also need an air-pump, some air-stones, some air-line tubing and some check valves.
Reservoir: 79cm (l) x 47cm (w) x 29.5 (h)
Top Cover: 82.5cm (l) x 52.5cm (w) x 11cm (h)
Full system (lid up): 82.5cm (l) x 52.5cm (w) x 38cm (h)
Full system (lid facing down): 82.5cm (l) x 52.5cm (w) x 33cm (h)
4-Plant and 5-Plant
Reservoir: 78cm (l) x 78cm (w) x 29.5 (h)
Top Cover: 82.5cm (l) x 82.5cm (w) x 11cm (h)
Full system (lid up): 82.5cm (l) x 82.5cm (w) x 38cm (h)
Full system (lid facing down): 82.5cm (l) x 82.5cm (w) x 33cm (h)
Using the Oxypot System:
Place the reservoir under your grow light in a central area. Fill the reservoir tank roughly 3 quarters full, so that the water level sits just below the underside of the net pots. Add nutrients to the appropriate EC levels and pH adjust the solution to around 5.8.
Take your air-pump and place it in a dry area away from the reservoir itself at a height level that is above the reservoir’s waterline. Connect your air-stones to the air-pump using suitable lengths of air-line tubing. Insert check valves into the air-line tubing to guarantee that water does not siphon back to the air pump causing damage and potential hazards. When you turn the pump on at the wall outlet, you’ll notice a bubbling effect in the nutrient solution.
We recommend developing your plants into 3” or 4” Rockwool cubes before transplanting to this system. Cuttings are OK to transplant, but the length of time that it takes for roots to search out the nutrient solution below is greatly increased.
Add a small layer of pre-rinsed clay pebbles to the net pot, then place the Rockwool cube with your chosen plant on top. Fill in the sides with clay pebbles, so that the Rockwool cube is completely covered. Your net pot can then be placed inside the centre hole. Hand water from the top down until roots have grown out from the net pot and made contact with the nutrient solution below.
Always ensure that nutrient temperatures stay in the 18-20 degrees centigrade range. At temps above 21 degrees, water starts to lose oxygen which reduces the effectiveness of the system and can lead to issues with root disease.
Our grow systems are designed to provide years of trouble free use, but for complete peace of mind, secure pipework that's joined onto barbed fittings using jubilee clips or cable ties, and place run-off trays / floor secure sheeting underneath the system. It's much better to be safe than sorry.