X-Stream Aeroponic Propagator V2 Unheated - 12 Sites
X-Stream 12 plant Aeroponic propagator If you want a squeaky clean environment and super-fast rooting for cuttings get yourself an X-stream. If you want to raise seeds whilst avoiding hotspots and coldspots get an X-stream Heat and if maintaining perfect humidity is your priority you need the height adjustable Vitopod
Aeroponic Propagator 12
A 12 site aeroponic propagators that produces quicker transplants than any other form of propagation. The roots hang in an air space which is sprayed with moisture for maximum oxygen uptake. Use rockwool (supplied), clay pebbles, perlite, coco peat, or nothing at all. Add a small 50w water heater to reduce rooting time even further. Supplied ready to use with mesh pots, neoprene collars, pump and spray assembly.
Dimensions 60 x 43 x 42cm.
The X-stream range of aeroponic propagtors give the grower the quickest route to healthy transplants. Seeds or cuttings can be established in any growing medium or the grower can opt for using the mesh pots and clone collars supplied thus removing the need for a growing medium. The plants can then be transplanted to any medium or hydro system. The fast, strong root growth which occurs has made the aeroponic propagators a favourite with our customers.
An aeroponic propagator is an unbeatable environment for root development resulting is faster and stronger root growth, so your plants are ready for transplanting sooner than ever. Every X-stream aeroponic propagator comes with one of our X-stream lids, which have large butterfly vents for greater control over humidity and temperature.
How does it work?
The seeds or cuttings are placed in mesh pots in the propagator, the pots are suspended in the air and a fine mist of water and nutrient is constantly sprayed around the base of the plants. This misting stimulates fast growth as the roots are encouraged to grow out to access the water and nutrient. The plants have superb access to oxygen and the lid creates just the right amount of warmth and humidity. Plants are typically ready to transplant after just 7 to 10 days.