This expansion kit supports our Grow Flow Ebb and Gro Controller unit. Maximize the performance of that system by adding six more buckets through this pack. These buckets work with all ebb and flow controllers, so you can augment whatever setup you've already got in place or are thinking of adding to your grow room.
With multiple kits, your growing knows little bounds! Expand your ebb & flow system up to 48 plant sites on one control unit—depending on reservoir size—control unit and reservoir sold separately.
- Centered drain fitting minimizes standing water
- Unique aeration channels for improved root health
- Each bucket holds approximately 13 L of clay pebbles or similar medium
- 6 - Outer buckets
- 6 - Inner buckets
- 6 - 3/4" barbed tee connectors
- 3 - 3/4" barbed elbow
- 6 - Screen fittings
- 12 - Rubber washers
- 1 - 25' roll of 3/4" tubing
A control unit and reservoir (sold separately) are required to use this expansion pack
- Tech Specs
Brand Active Aqua SKU GFOE3 Weight (lb.) 14 Prop 65 No Width (in.) 13 Height (in.) 32.7 Length (in.) 13 UPC 638104012379 Lead Time This product ships in 2 Business Days UL Listed No Parts & Accessories Expansion Kits
- Product Q&A
Active Aqua Grow Flow 2.0 Expansion Kit w/six 5 gal Square Pots Questions & Answers
How do I use my Grow Flow control bucket timer?
Each segment (or tab) around the clock face represents 15 minutes. A segment pulled away from the center of the clock is on Drain, and pushed toward the center is on Fill. Set all on Drain, then set one or two segments to Fill every few hours when you want it to water. Set the correct time of day by grasping the outer edge of the clock face and manually rotating it (clockwise only). There is an arrow in the upper-right corner. This should be pointing to the current time of day. The clock hand in the center of the timer is the minute hand, and will make one full rotation per hour.
Why is the "Switch Error" light on when I plug in the controller bucket?
First drain water from bucket. Make sure the uppermost black float switch (the overflow safety switch) is installed correctly. It should be straight, not bent, when at rest (no water in bucket). See diagram under the Files tab for details. Once installed correctly, unplug unit to reset the error.
How often should I change the hydroponic nutrient solution in my reservoir?
To ensure optimal nutrient availability and freshness, change reservoir solutions completely every 1 to 2 weeks. If needed, top off low reservoir levels with 1/4 strength nutrient solution or plain water.