Beckett Aquaponics Grow Kit

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Up your filtration game by growing your own plants using the Beckett Aquaponics Grow Kit. This handy kit utilizes the natural ecosystem of your pond to easily grow your very own plants and herbs—no extra watering necessary. It conveniently includes four floats, spaces, grow baskets, and media to get you started, so all you need to do is place the media in the baskets and sprinkle the seeds (sold separately) on top. Try your green thumb at growing yummy beginner plants such as lettuce, mint, and oregano in this set that doubles as a floating shelter for fish! It’s recommended that your pond has a healthy balance of fish and aquatic plants with a natural bio-filter cycle.

Key Benefits
  • Utilize your pond’s natural ecosystem to grow plants and herbs.
  • No watering necessary—just let your new plants float and grow to your heart’s content!
  • 4 floats, spaces, grow baskets, and media come with this kit.
  • Does not include seeds.
  • Can also be used as a floating shelter for fish!
What's Included

(4) Floats, Spacers, Grow Baskets & Grow Media.

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  • Item Number
    272208
  • Dimensions
    8 x 8 x 6.7 inches
  • Weight
    1.16 pounds
  • Aquarium Type
    Pond
  • Fish Type
    Koi & Pond Fish
  • Material
    Plastic
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    Neat Intro to Hydroponics

    By Izero on Jul 28, 2021

    I waited for this planter while it was out of stock. It seemed like a great little introduction to hydroponics. It’s too hot right now to plant anything so I just have it floating in the Comet tank which is outdoors and 300 gallons. It is constructed well and floats well without tipping over. It should serve as a proper planter for the lettuce I’ll try out in a few months when it cools down. The one thing I noticed that I’m not sure about is the planter moves around the tank as it should but when it is bumped by a Comet or goes under the low volume fountain, the pellets jump out and the Comets try to eat them. So far I have seen them all spit it out. I can easily take care of this by tying I waited for this planter while it was out of stock. It seemed like a great little introduction to hydroponics. It’s too hot right now to plant anything so I just have it floating in the Comet tank which is outdoors and 300 gallons. It is constructed well and floats well without tipping over. It should serve as a proper planter for the lettuce I’ll try out in a few months when it cools down. The one thing I noticed that I’m not sure about is the planter moves around the tank as it should but when it is bumped by a Comet or goes under the low volume fountain, the pellets jump out and the Comets try to eat them. So far I have seen them all spit it out. I can easily take care of this by tying it to one side of the tank so it can’t go under the fountain. I can’t comment on durability yet. … more

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