Rain, Rain Come Again!

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Hillbourne School and Nursery

At last some rain! Now need to get water buts sorted so I can order irrigation system for polytunnel. Our hydroponics are up and running and our tomato plants are now over 3 feet high!

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Manor High School
Manor High School
May 16, 2011
OK, thanks for replying.

Manor High School
Manor High School
May 12, 2011
Hi. Would be interested to know what sort of irrigation system you're going to use in your poly-tunnel. I'm currently in the middle of building our tunnel and am learning as I go along. Any words of wisdom gratefully received. Anthony, Manor High School.

Heather Pearl (Staff)
Heather Pearl (Staff)
May 16, 2011
Hi Anthony, there are two irrigation systems that Little Growers provides, the tray and pot system which is ideal for polytunnels and the AQUAboxes which are perfect for raised beds. The AutoPot irrigation systems that Little Growers provides are perfect for use in schools as they require no power or pumps, so in terms of healthy and safety with the children you cant get better. They are also extremely simple and once set up will take care of your plants for weeks at a time. They ensure that the watering and feed is taken care of and that the children have complete ownership of their project. Using your points you will be able to gain irrigation equipment and if you have anymore questions about the systems please do not hesitate to contact me at heather@littlegrowers.co.uk The systems we offer reallya re the best for use in schools, we have trialled, tested and experimented and now have years of experience in schools about how to get the best from your set up in terms of irrigation. I look forward to hearing from you... Many Thanks Heather

Hillbourne School and Nursery
Hillbourne School and Nursery
May 12, 2011
Hi
We are learning as we go along. I am going to try the Aquapots that Heather from Littlegrowers recommends. Ordering 4 to begin with and see how they work.

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