Growing Media

  • 3.5 & 5 Gallon Buckets

    3.5 & 5 Gallon Buckets

    Our standard 3 1/2 and 5 gallon buckets have many different uses. You can use them with the Aero Lid to make an inexpensive water culture system. You can also use them for mixing and storing nutrient solution. Lids for the 3.5 & 5 gallon buckets are...

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  • Aero Lids

    Aero Lids

    These heavy-duty 6'' and 10'' plastic mesh pots are designed specifically to snugly fit on a standard 3 1/2 or 5 gallon bucket. They are mesh on the sides and bottom for maximum aeration. They work great for all hydroponic applications.  

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  • Geo Pot Geo Pot

    Geo Pot

    Geopot is a breathable fabric plant container, that air prunes your roots when they reach the edge of the container. This air root pruning process forces your roots to branch out with more fibrous feeder roots, which are more efficient in taking up water...

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  • Black & White Poly

    Black & White Poly

    Get double the grow room assistance with this waterproof alternative to metallized film. Unroll this two-sided film and custom fit your indoor garden, eliminating concerns over whether you've got afternoon-facing light or a climate that supports your...

    MSRP: $13.95
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  • Mylar


    Mylar is a metalized plastic sheeting. It will reflect about 98% of the light that hits it. You should put it on the walls around your plants to reflect wasted light back to the plants. It comes in three different roll lengths and two different...

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  • White Square Buckets White Square Buckets

    White Square Buckets

    These heavy duty, lightweight white growing containers are available in a 5" and 12" size, to fit your grow space. With a raised bottom and unique multi drainage holes, allows for optimum aeration of the root zone.

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  • Grodan Grow Cubes

    Grodan Grow Cubes

    Grodan Grow Cubes are 1/2" x 1/2" loose rockwool blocks. They are mainly used for container growing. You can mix them in with any other medium that you would like (such as perlite/vermiculite, coco peat, etc) or just use by themselves. They have an...

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