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      Default Wilma pot drip system's report....

      I will be doing reviews of different HOT products that are avalible on the Hydroponics market. Hopefully these reviews will help people to choose products that will suit them best.

      Wilma systems have quickly become one of the most popular complete low level drip system's avalible at Hydroponic outlets over the past 12 months. Not Fred Flintstones wife but a Hydro system!
      They use 6.5 or 11L pots (depending on the model), which sit in their own moulded square spaces on the top tray. The top tray itself sits above a low level resevoir, dranage holes are located under each individual pot, that allow the nutrient to run freely from the bottom of the pots back into the resevoir for re-circulation following each feed/drip cycle.

      All Wilma systems come complete with resevoir, top tray, pots, pump pack including 2 different types of dripper stakes suited for any medium, dripper manifold and full instructions.

      These systems are excellent and really are an easy way to get into Hydroponics. The 4 pot version that comprises of 4x11L pots is my favorite beginners system as it can fit into most small cupboards/spaces etc. All the parts (drippers pump, manifold) go together really easily in a few minutes, then its just a case of filling up the resevoir and pots, and get GROWING!
      There is a Wilma to suit everyone out there, so why not take a look.....

      They are avalable in 4, 8, 10, 16 and 20 pot versions (the 4 and 8 & 16 pot versions use 11L pots where as the others 10 & 20 use the 6.5L type)

      These systems and prices are avalable from

      www.greenstream.co.uk


      The pictures illustrate from the top to bottom, 4 pot, 10 pot and 20 pot systems.


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