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Buy Hozelock growbag waterer : <br><ul><strong><li>Simple unit - no timer, pipes or power</li><li>Avoids water wastage and overwatering</li><li>Reusable every season</li></strong></ul><br>This easy 15-litre irrigation system will water your growbag crops for up to 14 days - perfect for holidays and weekend getaways.<br><br>Quick and easy to set up, it delivers steady hydration to growbags via four capillary spikes that pierce into the growbag from below.<br><br>Just fix the watering spikes and reservoir to the base unit, push the growbag down onto the spikes, fill the reservoir with a can or hose and plant up your growbag with tomatoes, chillies, cucumbers, etc. You can push canes into the integrated holders to support your plants as they grow.<br><br>The unit will typically water three new 9cm plants for 14 days, three 50cm tall plants for 7 days, or three 150cm tall plants with ripening fruit for 3 days.<br><br>Includes base with built-in cane holders, four capillary watering spikes and a 15-litre reservoir with water gauge and hose connector.


  • Simple unit - no timer, pipes or power
  • Avoids water wastage and overwatering
  • Reusable every season

This easy 15-litre irrigation system will water your growbag crops for up to 14 days - perfect for holidays and weekend getaways.

Quick and easy to set up, it delivers steady hydration to growbags via four capillary spikes that pierce into the growbag from below.

Just fix the watering spikes and reservoir to the base unit, push the growbag down onto the spikes, fill the reservoir with a can or hose and plant up your growbag with tomatoes, chillies, cucumbers, etc. You can push canes into the integrated holders to support your plants as they grow.

The unit will typically water three new 9cm plants for 14 days, three 50cm tall plants for 7 days, or three 150cm tall plants with ripening fruit for 3 days.

Includes base with built-in cane holders, four capillary watering spikes and a 15-litre reservoir with water gauge and hose connector.

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