Grow Systems

HerbGrow System

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Getting Set Up Better Than Nature understands how important it is to set up the product perfectly, so we have created step by step list for easily setting up your Herbgrow.Place your reservoir on an even surface, placing the feeder try atop of it. Wet one of your feeder mats into the bottom of one of the pots until the pointed tip is just below the top of the pot. Insert the feeder mat through the hole in the feeder tray and sit the pot in position. Ensure your feeder mat is touching the bottom of the reservoir. Repeat this...

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QuadGrow System

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Setting Up Place your BTN reservoir on an even surface, followed by placing the feeding tray on top of it. Place the access cover on the open end of the reservoir and secure the feeder tray to the reservoir with the nuts and bolts provided. Wet one of your feeder mats and insert it through the hole into one of the pots until the pointed tip is just below the top of the pot. Then take the feeder mat and put it through the hole in the feeder tray and place the pot in position. Ensure the feeder mat is...

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DuoGrow System

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Getting Set Up Better Than Nature understands how important it is to set up the product perfectly, so we have created step by step list for easily setting up your Duogrow. Choose a multi purpose compost, not water retaining/moisture control or heavily fertilized. Place your reservoir on an even surface, placing the feeder try atop of it. Wet one of your feeder mats and insert it through the hole into the bottom of one of the pots until the pointed tip is just below the top of the pot. Repeat these steps with the second pot. Fill the pots with...

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ChilliGrow System

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Growing Your Chillies: Better Than Nature has brought to you a complete guide to growing the best chillies possible with and without the chilligrow. The Better Than Nature crew have learned that growing chilli seeds is best done between March and late May, but with a heated propagator seeds can be sowed as early as February. To sow the chilli seeds you’re going to start by filling your seed tray with compost and flatten it down. Place the seeds on the surface of the compost; spacing them evenly and sow a few more than needed. Cover the seeds with approximately...

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