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Volksgarden Supra Compact Hydroponic Garden Review


The Volksgarden Supra


In the beginning I imagined this concept to be the most effective way to grow the maximum amount of plants in a small area. The feris wheel approach is clean and effective hydroponics gardening set up. The Volksgarden unit allows you to grow up to 80 plants at once. For the vegetative cycle I only use this machine. A lot of the time they grow to fast and I don’t even have enough space to put all the plant for the flower cycle. How it works is that it is a rotating cylinder housing the plants, they rotate around a light at the center, which is the focal point. This method of indoor growing lumens, water, and nutrients.

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The Volksgarden® Supra comes with 1 piece High Density Polyethylene FDA certified food grade plastic cylinder, 1 cylinder drive motor 1 ABS food-grade plastic feed tray. For lighting, the unit includes 4 - 39 watt T-5 6400K  Fluorescent lamps. For water supply it contains 1 - 400 gallon per hour Mag Drive pump, some may face trouble because it does not have a North American power cable adapter. A stand, that contains slots for 80 plant holders. The stand is easy to assemble and the entire unit fits into a standard 110V outlet The total dimensions are 24" diameter x 42" tall by 38" long, with stand 48" long.

Best Space Conserving/Compact Hydroponic Grow Set Up

The Volksgarden® Supra™ is made of precision molded plastic. It is designed to hold 1.5" root medium from propagation slabs (98 per tray flat) and accommodates space for up to 80 plants
There are some essentials that you will need that do not come with the sets. Or course seeds or seedlings, rock wool cubes or other root medium, rooting cubes comes with the first slab nutrient solution. You will need timers, one for watering, one for lighting. Automation is ideal. you will meed a meter to measure pH, TDS, and temp



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