This continues to be one of our most popular set ups and is aimed at indoor gardeners looking to grow 4 - 10 plants with the promise of good results every time. Like all of our NFT Kits, this excellent selection of products is incredibly easy to use and features instructions written by us to ensure your growing success. To get the best from this kit you will need a minimum area of 80cm x 120cm - however by growing your plants larger this could easily cover an area of 90cm x 120cm.
- Kit Contains
Included in our complete Ready-To-Grow 'Hobby Plus Kit - NFT 400' are the following items
- 400 Watt BAY6 Euro Light System
- Exolux Ezi-Roll Light Hangers (Pair)
- Eco-Technics Lighting Timer Contactor
- Grasslin Mechanical Timer
- NFT Gro-Tank 424 System
- Vita Link Max Grow and Bloom Nutrients (2 litres of each)
- Total Blackout Sheeting (5 metres)
- pH Down (250mls)
- pH Test Kit
- 16 x 7.5cm (3 inch) Grodan Transplanting Cubes
- 24 x Grodan Large Cutting Seed Cubes
- 50ml Clonex
- Cloning Scalpel
- Medium Unheated Propagator
- GroWell produced illustrated instructions
- Q & A
Questions and Answers (4)would it be possible to purchase this kit but with a 600w light instead?It is possible to change the light with this kit. Please give us a call to discuss your requirements.
Written by jr | 13 Apr 2013Besides a tent, is there anything else you would recommend with this kit for a first time grower? Will this cover everything I need from seed to harvest?We would recommend using an Extraction/Filtration Kit with the NFT 400 Hobby Plus Kit, extraction/filtration kit 1 will work well with a 400W lighting system.
Written by Jordan | 21 Mar 2013Does this kit come with a carbon filter/scrubber?The NFT 400 Hobby Kit is not supplied with an extraction system. We would recommend using Extraction Kit 1 with this setup.
Written by Jordan | 21 Mar 2013Does the nft 400 come with a tent?The Hobby Plus Kit NFT400 does not come with a tent. You would need an XL Budbox for the 424 system, you could accomodate 2 424 tanks in this tent.
Written by Matty | 17 Sep 2012