AGRODYNAMICS DUTCH POT BATO BUCKET 2 ELBOW
Dutch Bato Buckets have a small siphon pipe at the bottom of the bucket to regulate the nutrient solution in the base of the pot at a about 1 inch depth. This small reservoir of solution in the bottom of the pot prevents the growing medium from drying out and causing water stress between irrigation cycles. Made by BATO in Holland, these popular hydroponic growing containers may be filled with any type or combination of growing media including; coconut coir, perlite, rockwool cubes or vermiculite.
Dutch Bato Buckets are designed to be fed by an emitter and plumbed back to the reservoir through a common PVC (1.5 inch diameter) manifold. Dutch Bato Buckets measure 12 inches long by 10 inches wide by 9 inches tall and are great for larger, heavy fruiting plants such as tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers.