Wilma XL Systems
Simple to Use, Delivering Great Results with Practically Any Medium!
Please note that this grow system will arrive on a pallet.
Wilma Systems are great value-for-money and incredibly easy to use, producing exceptional results in almost any growing medium. All Wilma Small Systems come with 90cm x 90cm bases, but you can choose from multiple pot-sizes and pot-numbers by clicking on the dropdown menu.
- Atami Wilma Dripper System - Great for beginners or experts
- Choose from an array of system sizes and pot sizes
- Supplied with your choice of growing medium
- Comes with tried-and-tested Maxi-Jet pump
- Low height an advantage where headroom is at a minimum
- Can be used with virtually any grow-medium - soil, coco, clay pebbles or rockwool
- Timer can be added for timed feedings
- High oxygen environment for rapid plant growth
Choose your size of Wilma System above.
Wilma XL - 90cm X 90cm - 4 x 18 litre - 70 litre
Wilma XL - 90cm x 90cm - 4 x 25 litre - 70 litre
Wilma XL - 90cm x 90cm - 8 x 11 litre - 70 litre
Each system contains:
Reservoir, top tray(s), pots, Maxi-Jet pump(s), distribution piping, drip-lines, flood drippers, arrow drippers, full instructions
Recommended Additional Purchases
Budget pH & EC Testing Kit (a cost-effective way to check pH & EC levels)
Air Pump & Airstone Kit (for oxygenating the reservoir)
Optimum Timer (for managing feeding schedules)
Silver Bullet Roots (eliminates harmful bacteria in your system for trouble-free growing)
Auto Top-Up Kit with Flexi Tank - automatically tops up your system from a separate Flexi Tank
How the Wilma Dripper System Works:
In Wilma Systems, nutrient solution is held in a reservoir which is also the base of the system. A water pump is used to pump the nutrient solution from the reservoir, through the drip-lines and out through drippers inserted into each of the pots, which sit on a collection tray on top of the reservoir. The nutrient solution then returns to the reservoir ready to be used again.
How to Use the Wilma System:
The Wilma System is a great growing system for new and seasoned growers alike. The whole system can be put together in minutes. Simply place the reservoir in the correct location in your grow-room, put the top trays on top of the reservoir and then place the pots onto it. Install the pump and distribution piping. Fill the pots with your substrate (soil, coco, rockwool, clay pebbles). Run drip-lines from the piping to each pot and connect the correct dripper for the substrate you are using (use the flood-drippers for clay pebbles and use the arrow-drippers for substrates with greater water retention - soil, coco, rockwool).
Fill the reservoir with of water and mix in your nutrients, boosters and additives according to your feeding schedule. Transplant your plants into the pots and insert the drippers into the substrate in each pot close to each plant. Most growers use a 24Hr timer such as the Grasslin time-switch to switch the water-pump on and off and thereby control the feeding times. Set your programmed time-switch to the correct time, plug it into a mains outlet and switch on. Plug the water-pump into the timer. The pump will now water your plants according to the programme you have set on the timer.
Most segmental timers have a minimum 15-minute on-period. For small plants in clay pebbles start with 2 or 3 15-minute feeds per day spread out through the lights-on period. For small plants in more water-retentive media, start with one or two 15-minute feeds per day. For both types of media, the number of feeds per day will usually need to be increased as your plants grow larger. If you're using soil, we recommend buying a 7-day timer, to allow you to feed less regularly. You'll find the timers you need for the job in the Irrigation Timers section.
Please note: 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 & reservoir. It's much better to be safe than sorry.