Speed through rooting and early growth! All you need is an X-Stream Aeroponic Propagator.
Your plants are fed with a fine nutrient and water spray – so your nutrient solution goes straight to the roots.
Your plants will absorb far more nutrients - you'll see surges in growth!
Expect rapid rooting, too! Root growth is unrestricted by growing media and roots get a constant supply of oxygen. You can get roots in just 10 days! You’ll be amazed!
Overall, your success rate will skyrocket!
• Aeroponic propagator – feeds plants with a nutrient and water mist
• Practically maintenance-free!
• Everything you need is supplied - collars & net pots included
• Dramatically improves cutting success rates
• Ramps up root growth – roots in just 10 days!
• Enhances nutrient uptake and early growth
• Readies plants for a hydroponic system
• Holds Exolux Pro T5 Single Tube Propagation Lights
• Safe to transplant plants to any growing system
Plants can be safely transplanted straight into any growing system. If you’re growing hydroponically, these aeroponic propagators will really prep your plants.
Want to find out more about X-Stream Aeroponic Propagators? Read this article that's been written by the experts!
- The Science
Instead of absorbing nutrients and water from a running liquid, plants are fed with a fine oxygen rich, nutrient and water spray. They absorb water and nutrients from this.
What difference does the spray make?
1. Boost Nutrient Uptake
No growing media is used, so your nutrient solution goes straight to the roots. This enhances nutrient uptake!
2. Surges in Root Growth
Since no growing media is used, root growth is unrestricted. Your roots also have unlimited access to oxygen.
This dramatically speeds up root growth. Growers have reported roots in 4 - 5 days (see the review!)
• Unrestricted root growth
• Roots get free access to oxygen
• Rooting is rapid
• Overall growth is faster
3. Your Success rate will Skyrocket
By enhancing growth, boosting root mass and improving nutrient uptake you're making your cuttings and seedlings far more likely to survive and thrive.
- The Tech
• 20 Plants: 60cm (long) x 50cm (wide) x 42cm (high)
• 40 Plants: 80cm (long) x 43cm (wide) x 27cm (high)
• 120 Plants: 116cm (long) x 65cm (wide) x 50cm (high)
- Kit Contains
Your kit comes with everything you need, including:
• Aeroponic propagator
• Neoprene clone collars
• Net pots
• Delivery tube
• Tank lid
• Sprinkler system
- How to Use
Sterilise your propagator before and after use.
For best results:
Ensure that the water level in your propagator tank is topped up to the indicated mark.
Until your cuttings have developed roots, make sure that you only feed them water.
It's also important that you don't have your sprinklers on all of the time until plants have developed roots. Use a timer or hand water plants until they have developed roots.
During early propagation, try to keep the humidity level as close to 100% as possible to prevent plants from drying up. Simply close the vents on the lid of your propagator until the cuttings start to root.
Once the plants start to root, open the vents until the humidity matches that of the environment you’ll be transplanting to.
There are grooves inside your propagator that you can use for positioning Exolux Pro T5 Single Tube Propagation Lights.
Plants can be safely transplanted straight into any growing system (read how). If you’re growing hydroponically, these aeroponic propagators will really prep your plants.
- Q & A
Questions and Answers (9)would you use a rooting gel like clonex or would it just wash awayWe would advise using Clonex in this system, along with Rhizotonic, & either a dedicated cutting & seedling feed, such as Vita Link Plant Start, or a standard grow nutrient at one quarter strength.
Written by scott | 7 Dec 2012hi what nutrients would i use in the aeroponic propagator thanksYou could either use a dedicated cutting & seedling feed, such as Vita Link Plant Start, Formulex, or Canna Start. Alternatively, you could use any hydroponic grow nutrient at one quarter strength.
Written by GJ | 20 Nov 2012i have a 12 site heated aeroponic propagator! is these any way i could turn it in to a heated oneYou would need to buy a 50W nutrient heater to do this, they are thermostatically controlled, we would recommend setting the temperature between 18 - 21 C
Written by ashley | 20 Jun 2012How often should the feed pump be on in a 20 pot propagator.??If you are using rockwool cubes, you would run the pump for 15 minutes twice a day, if you were using the neoprene discs, with bare roots from the cuttings, you would run the pump constantly.
Written by CC | 23 May 2012i have a 12 pot is there a way i can convert it to a 20 or is a new system gotta be boughtYou would be able to do this with a 20 site correx, & additional net pots. The Correx costs £3.25.
Written by d | 16 May 2012is it possible to germinate seeds in my aeroponic heated propagator and if so what would be the optimum temp, PH,etc,and what would be best to soak rockwool cubes in. May i add that your aeroponic propagator is the best method i have seen for cloning, producing roots at 8/9 days.Thank you,W.C.You could use an aeroponic propagator to start from seed, we would recommend only running the pump for a couple of minutes every 2-3 days to prevent the cube from drying out. As soon as the seed shells are discarded by the plant, we would advise removing the lid of the propagator, the seedlings can then be left to develop a good root system. The best pH range is between 5.5 - 6.3, temperature 21C. We would recommend soaking the starter cubes in either a 1/4 strength solution of grow nutrient, or using a specific young plant feed, such as Vita Link Plant Start.
Written by WC | 8 Oct 2011can i put seedlings straight into this propagator and how is best just so i know cause at the moment im killing loads of plants.You can put cuttings or seedlings straight into this propagator, using either the Aeroponic Clone collar, or a rockwool cutting cube. If you are using cuttings, you will get much better results if you dip them in Clonex for a few seconds as soon as the cutting has been taken, then use a couple of drops of Superthrive in your nutrient solution. If you are not using a specific young plant food, such as Vita Link Plant Start, or Plagron Start Up, you should use normal grow nutrient at a quarter strength.
Written by CH | 9 Aug 2011Hi, is a 125w or 250w CFL ok to use with the 36 plant aeroponic heated propagator? - what height should I have the light above it? - I will be using a single lamp Powerplant reflector with it. Thanks.The 125W Eco light will be fine for a 36 plant aeroponic propagator, we would recommend having the light approximately 80cm away from the propagator.
Written by steve | 11 Jul 2011What size nutrient heater do I need for a 12 plant aeroponic propogator?A 50 Watt nutrient heater would be sufficient for this propagator. The ideal temperature for the nutrient in this system is between 19 - 22 Celsius.
Written by Derek | 21 May 2011