Based on the same technology as our Aeroflo system and featuring a serie of improvements that make the system more user friendly without compromising on quality, this is probably the most efficient hydro system on the market. The new system has a detachable cover and rounded angles for easy cleaning, a double wall both for the channel and the cover for better insulation, and the irrigation line is inside the chamber to avoid any leaks. The size is slightly larger compared to the AeroFlo system to create more space for roots and enable a higher water capacity, which makes it adapted for large plants. The result is a versatile system in which you can choose to grow small or big plants. It is the only hydroponic system on the market adapted to growing large plants and not only lettuces or herbs.

Ranging from 10 to 120 plants per unit, and with unlimited number of units available, GrowStream® systems are truly the most flexible way to produce plants hydroponically. Working on the principle of distributing oxygenated water optimally along the length of the unit, the GrowStream® concept offers the advantages of what has become known as “Aeroponics”, without the downsides of water heating, and extreme susceptibility to pH fluctuations.

GrowStream® systems run from one simple water pump in the reservoir which lifts water to the growth tube, where it is injected at carefully calculated intervals. The nutrient solution then falls back down the downpipe, perfectly oxygenating the nutrient reservoir as it does so : no complex controllers, or multiple air pumps – GrowStream® Systems are incredibly easy to set up and run so you can focus on plant management, not system maintenance.

These advantages, including the incredible performance of plants in the system, are why the GrowStream® is our best-selling commercial system worldwide, and the system of choice of our commercial partners, Les Sourciers, Aeromates, Hydroleb, and more.

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