• Dimensions: 83cm x 83cm x 38cm (W x L x H)
• Capacity: 110 Litres
If this isn’t the right size for you, try one of our other Oxypots:
• Dimensions: 34cm x 34cm x 38cm (W x L x H)
• Capacity: 19 Litres
• Dimensions: 58.5cm x 83cm x 38cm (W x L x H)
• Capacity: 70 Litres
Oxypot R-DWC System:
• Dimensions: Up to 24 Oxypots, each one 34cm x 34cm x 38cm (W x L x H)
• Capacity: Up to 24 x 19 Litre Pots
1. Fit 2 x air line tubes to the pump outlets
2. Connect the opposite end of each of these air line tubes to the base of each T
3. Connect the 4x air stones to the end of the 4 air line tubes
4. Place air stones in the round locators in the tank
5. Connect the open ends of the air line tubes to the Ts
6. Place the lid on the tank and position the air lines to run through the spaces provided
7. Place the baskets in position and cover the access hole with the cap provided
Plants started in rockwool cubes, root riots or jiffys can be transplanted into an Oxypot. Make sure that they are root bound before transplanting.
Feeding your plants
Avoid using any nutrients that are organic -active systems and biological ingredients don’t mix well. We recommend using SHOGUN Samurai’s hydroponic nutrients, which are mineral based.
You need to completely change your solution roughly every 2 – 3 weeks, topping up in between changes.
Plants under lights tent to absorb more water than nutrients. To keep your nutrient strength from rising, top up the pot with half strength nutrient solution between changes. Take an EC reading and add more nutrients if you need to. Don’t forget to monitor and tweak your pH.
Leave the pump on 24/7 – never let plant roots dry.