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HIRTA garden

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    Indoor ceramic garden made in Montreal and its grow light

    * Presale, delivery scheduled for November 2021, in very limited quantities.

     

     

    The container allows you to cultivate 10 plants of herbs, flowers or small vegetables in a simplified hydroponic system. You can also grow micro shoots on a hemp mat. Easy to install in a bookcase, shelf, cabinet ... 

    Handmade in Montreal and adapted to the needs of hydroponic plants, the Hirta ceramic container is easy to maintain and is dishwasher safe!

    In addition, the product comes with a starter kit: 10 reusable mini plastic cups, 10 compostable coconut substrates, a mix of 8 kinds of seeds, an instruction booklet and 20ml of nutrients needed by the plants.

    Dimensions : 11” x 11” x 2,5” ou 28cm x 28cm x 7cm

    Watch the instructional video here
     

    The perfect LED light for your plants!

    The wavelengths of this light allow the plant to go from leaf to flower and then to vegetable or fruit while remaining pleasing to the eye and very economical.

    Our luminaires have a lifespan of 50,000 hours (equivalent to 9 years of use up to 14 hours per day) without forgetting that our technology also contributes to the protection of the environment as it is recyclable and does not contain mercury (like fluorescent tubes).

    The final spectrum gives a mixture of the different colors with the right percentage of each in order to optimize the curves of photosynthesis. The relative amount of each of the colors is distributed to ensure the production of chlorophyll A, chlorophyll B and carotenoids. Then infrared and red cause the Emerson effect, which will increase growth by over 50% during the vegetative phase as well as to strengthen the tissues of the plant. The work between the infrared and our wavelengths located in the violet and the blue creates a very effective synergy. The foliage of the plants is thicker and green.