The Bubbler

Discussion in 'Advanced Growing Techniques' started by Stevuz, Oct 2, 2010.

  1. I'm looking for techniques for rooting my clones, and the bubbler technique looks very interesting - does anyone know of a proper DIY setup, or some images so I can have an idea of what it is exactly? :D
  2. I'm sorry, I didn't know it was called 'Bubble cloner', instead I searched for 'Bubbler' which is a completely different thing.. Thanks :)
  3. All you need is a 5 gal bucket w/ lid, 6" net pot, air pump w/ airstone, nutes, hydroton, meters and a starter grow medium ie Rockwool. Cut a hole for the 6" net pot in the lid. Puncture a hole near the top of the bucket for an air tube. push a rubber air tube through this hole and attach an airstone to the open end inside the bucket. Attach the outside tube to an air pump. Add water and nutes inside the bucket, put you rooted plant in the net pot with hydroton on the bottom sides and top. Whalla! instant cultivation device!! happy growing!
  4. Wait, why do I need rockwool again? :S

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