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New Vertical Growing Systems

This Spring we will be launching a range of Vertical Growing Systems - watch out for further announcements.

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    Elias Ettlin

    I find the solution nice...But installing the system is very difficult. Tried 3 days and not sure if it works properly. Haven't seen any drop coming out of the tube and instruction is not very easy to read. Which end must be pluged at which side? I=Inlet O=Outlet? How would you recommend to do a testing? Waiting to see if a plant is growing or dying is not an option as it is very time consuming. Currently the system sound great but use case is hard to use in real live...work more on the user case instead of your marketing video so user can use the tool...I spent  some money on C24 - wondering if this support is working...

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    Adrian Proud

    Very exciting development for a newly qualified Horticulturalist interested in exploiting the design potential of 'Vertical Gardening' in small urban spaces.

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    Adrian Proud

    Hi,

    The Irrigatia system could prove an ideal solution for a very small enclosed courtyard garden design that I have drawn up for a client of mine. The premise of the design solution is to provide some 45 six inch flowerpots hung in a random pattern around the three intersecting courtyard walls. The middle of the south facing wall has a water butt, It would appear from all the system information you have provided that your systems are extended in groups of 12 dripper kits, up to a maximum of 3 groups, which would provide water cover for 36 individual vertical hanging pots. Is there any way the systems you have developed can be set up to provide dripper cover for 4 groups (thereby covering  the design of the  45 individual vertical  hanging pots)

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