Flopro plug and go watering: greenhouse kit

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Buy Flopro plug and go watering: greenhouse kit: <ul><b><li>Waters greenhouses up to 6ft x 8ft</li><li>Efficient - uses up to 70% less water</li><li>Simple no-tool set up</li></b></ul><br>This easy greenhouse irrigation kit includes a combination of misters for humidifying and germination, and spiked drippers to water up to 24 pots.<br><br>The easy-install dripper system delivers water at 1.3 litres per hour direct to plants’ roots, reducing spillage and wastage, while the misters spray at 35 litres per hour to cover a generous 2.4m diameter.<br><br>The universal fittings make the kit suitable for use with any water timer for fully automatic watering (see below). If you have more pots to water, the modular design allows two kits to be joined together to create a larger system.

  • Waters greenhouses up to 6ft x 8ft
  • Efficient - uses up to 70% less water
  • Simple no-tool set up

This easy greenhouse irrigation kit includes a combination of misters for humidifying and germination, and spiked drippers to water up to 24 pots.

The easy-install dripper system delivers water at 1.3 litres per hour direct to plants’ roots, reducing spillage and wastage, while the misters spray at 35 litres per hour to cover a generous 2.4m diameter.

The universal fittings make the kit suitable for use with any water timer for fully automatic watering (see below). If you have more pots to water, the modular design allows two kits to be joined together to create a larger system.

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