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This includes a hub feed system. What Is Bubbleponics. The Ideal Maintenance Solution Stealth Hydro specifically designed the Bubbleponic system with maintenance in mind. the plants in the Bubbleponic planter maintained their 4-5 day lead over the aeroponic plants throughout the cycle. Since the nutrient mix is highly oxygenated. the Bubbleponic design shaved. Bubbleponics is a hybrid design that takes the best from both worlds of the Deep Water Culture (aka DWC. requiring no tools. and that the unit is totally self contained and mobile. As the root mass of the respective plants grow larger. plants in the Bubbleponic system are able to deliver unparalleled growth energy. Hub Feeding Ensures Consistency The Bubbleponic design is. No other plants sites are thus dependant on any other as they would be in most drip systems that use T’ed designs. if there was ever a reason to consider purchasing a hydro kit. this is one of the simplest designs around. Once dismantled. and I’ve seen my share. allows you such easy access to the nuts and bolts. one of the best high speed hydroponic systems on the market. ironically enough. This advantage is particularly pronounced during early vegetative phases when the plant’s root mass is still relatively small. where the main flow from the water pump is broken up into 6 smaller feeder tubes via a pressure regulating irrigation distributor. From setup to final clean up. So. Exactly? The worlds first continuous plant feeding system. truly amazing. bar none. on average. This also ensures identical feeding conditions at each site. Without needing to take breaks to allow the root base to drain and absorb oxygen. plants in the Bubbleponic system performed remarkably when recovering from an over-fertilized condition. a 30% growth rate increase over Aeroponics in the early vegetative stage. “bubbler”) and drip systems. With almost the entire root mass destroyed. maintenance should be at the top of the list. In experiments measured against leading aeroponic systems. Stealth Hydro Bubbleponics grow system. None of the other plants in the aeroponic products survived this stress test. four days from a two week growing cycle. All other hype aside. Bubbleponics converts its drip function to a constant feed flow directly to the inner roots. Bubbleponics has raised the bar and changes everything we are to expect from modern hydroponics. In a series of stress tests. Bubbleponics was able to revive 67% of the plants which started re-growing new roots and were able to complete their cycle. Almost all the parts used can be obtained from a local hardware store. The tests concluded that the Bubbleponic system provided significant recovery advantages over other systems when it came to anything that stressed or killed that root mass. Easy As Pie Considering that there are no timers to set and tweak for the water pump. however.Congratulations!! You are now the owner of an original. one of the first hydroponic products to use real irrigation parts. . Cuttings placed into the system experience no noticeable transplant shock and practically start growing immediately. the parts can easily be cleaned and re-assembled. By using mainstream brands in the design it allows the end user to easily replace individual parts in a pinch through out their many years of bubbleponicing! The entire irrigation system can be dismantled by hand. The distribution hub’s cap can be unscrewed to remove the plastic filter inside. growth rate advantages were less evident. No other system.
5 liters of Hydroton Grow Rocks 6 Rockwool Cubes 2 Energy Efficient Light Bulbs 2 Domed Reflectors 2 Multi-Adapter Extension Cords 1 Flowering Timer 3 Month Series of Pre-measured GROW Nutrient Packets with MICRO bags 3 Month Series of Pre-measured BLOOM Nutrient Packets with MICRO bags Stealth Hydro Grow Guide CD-ROM 4oz tub of pH UP 4oz tub of pH DOWN Pack of 80 dual test pH test strips Dual Spectrum Bubbleponics Complete Kit .Bubbleponics Six Planter Kit Included Parts: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Bubbleponic Base Reservoir Base Lid with 6 Net Pots and Watering Mechanism 160 gal/h Water Pump Sunleaves Air Pump 5 feet of airline tubing Penn Plax Large Air Stone 1.
Should you go with a closet. These fans are available at most hardware stores. Take out all of the parts of the box and the reservoir. Any cheap low powered fan will work. place in a safe place. Install the washer and then add the nut. Use the lowest setting on the fan. Decide where you are going to setup your Dual Spectrum Bubbleponics system. you will have to make sure that the closet is ventilated. Tighten the nut by hand and then apply ¼ to ½ turn using a 1” wrench. • Example Setup with Pro Reservoir II INSTALLING THE PRO DRAINAGE KIT • • • • • • If you added this accessory to your Bubbleponic kit.System Setup: Please read all of these instructions before performing any of them. You can use a cheap duct fan to accomplish the ventilation. Remove outer nut and one of the washers. Place this fan so that it will blow air directly onto the plants. You will also need a fan to provide direct air movement onto the plants. Do not over tighten. and check them against the included checklist. Plants need carbon dioxide to grow. . • • • Remove the lid with net pots and attached watering pipe mechanism from the base reservoir. use the pre-drilled hole in the center of the base for installing the drain kit. Insert threaded end into the reservoir. preferably an oscillating one. so one needs to constantly replace the air in the growing chamber. for example.
Hold under running water in your sink until thoroughly rinsed and no crushed particles remain. The reservoir has now been calibrated. With a waterproof permanent marker mark off the six gallon water line. Empty the reservoir and wipe down the area in which you observed the six gallon water level. • Failing to properly rinse the hydroton may lead to water pump damage and irrigation system failure. CALIBRATE THE RESERVOIR • • • • • • Get a one gallon container and use this to calibrate the reservoir. Add six gallons of water to the container. Observe the level at which the water reaches after the sixth gallon is added. .RINSE THE HYDROTON • • Remove the hydroton bag and place the rocks into a colander or large sieve.
Remove the small black fitting from the water pump • Insert the large black fitting into the water pump . If your irrigation system was not installed complete the following steps: • • Remove the water pump from its box.CONNECTING THE IRRIGATION SYSTEM In some instances we may have shipped your irrigation system uninstalled in order to fit everything in the box the order shipped in.
• • Remove the irrigation hub and attached feeder tubes from the box Connecting the pump to the irrigation system is done by sliding the tube onto the plastic fitting of the pump • When installed into the reservoir the arrangement will look like this: .
. Securely attach the end of the air pump tubing that is inside the reservoir to the air stone’s inlet.• • Place the pump on the bottom of the reservoir and pull the irrigation tube through the netpot hole. remove the stopper from the end of the air stone’s valve. • • If not already. Thread the tube into the netpot as displayed below: SETTING UP THE AIR PUMP AND AIR STONE • • Remove the air stone from its packaging. Take the airline tubing out of the bag and insert one end through the black rubber grommet hole on the front of the reservoir.
• Place the air stone inside the reservoir so that it sits on the bottom to either side of the reservoir. . Be sure to allow enough airline tube into the reservoir so that the stone sits on the bottom. • Securely attach the other end of the air pump tubing that is outside the reservoir to the air pump outlet. it is best to remove it so as to facilitate the maximum amount of airflow to the bubble disk. If you have excess airline tubing length. • You can now add water to the system.
filling the pots halfway to the way to the top. Rockwool cubes containing seeds can be added at this point as well. lower the lid with pots.• • • Once the nutrients have been applied. Replace the pot back into place. pump and tubing into the Bubbleponic nutrient mix. Maneuver the feeder tube so that it sticks out of the hydroton as depicted in the picture below: • • • • You can add rooted cuttings or seedlings to the netpots and then cover the remaining area with hydroton. fill the remaining . Remove one of the center pots and insert your hand to secure the water pump to the base of the reservoir. Add the hydroton grow rocks to each net pot. Allow the power cord to slip underneath the lid with ample extension inside the reservoir for the pump. Allow the power cord to slip underneath the lid with ample extension inside the reservoir for the pump. FILLING THE NETPOTS WITH HYDROTON • Lower the lid with the net pots and watering mechanism (now with the water pump attached at the bottom) into the water and snap the reservoir lid into place. Snap the lid into place. • Position the rockwool cube such that it is right on top of the feeder hose.
area with hydroton. SUGGESTED ACCESSORIES • • • • Duct fan for ventilation ($10) Inexpensive oscillating fan ($8) Thermometer and Hygrometer ($8) Pro Drainage Kit ($10) . See more information below.