Homesteading & Hydroponics

Homesteading is a lifestyle of self-sufficiency, characterised by subsistence agriculture, growing and preserving food and learning how to make essential items from scratch.

This can involve anything, from raising chickens for eggs, processing livestock for meat, bee keeping, growing fruit and berries, making jams/preserves, milking goats, making cheese, growing vegetables/herbs from seed, growing organic vegetables, producing olive oil, tanning leather, raising sheep for meat or wool production, building a greenhouse or garden bed, making herbal remedies, milling grain, to making bread and loads more. 

Our local homesteading community is a rapidly growing group of families and individuals focused on sharing their produce and their knowledge with others.

2 pot Starter Kit

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A great system to get you started

Easily expandable, all components are packed inside the tank for efficient transport. 

The Hydropak Starter Kit Includes;

  • 1 x Hydrotray (Double 10") tray & lid

  • 35 Litre supply tank

  • 1 x Smart Valve

  • 2 x 10" pots

  • 2 x marix root control mats

  • 1 litre set of nutrients

  • tubing

  • fittings

  • filter

  • perlite/vermiculite growing mix

  • Instruction Booklet

8 Pot Kit

A larger system for growing more plants

The 8 Pot Kit contains the following;

  • 4 x Hydrotray (Double 10") tray & lid

  • 1 x 35 Litre Supply Tank

  • 4 x Smart Valves

  • 8 x 10" pots

  • 8 x marix root control mats

  • tubing

  • fittings

  • filter

  • Instruction Booklet

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Prop 64 Lid & Tray

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Heavy Duty Perspex Lid:

555 x 355mm

Minimum Height: 110mm (at edges)
Maximum Height: 140mm (at centre)

Heavy Duty Tray:

Made from quality black UV treated plastic - built to last.

Tray depth: 85mm

Jumbo Clone Lid & Tray

530 x 320mm

Height: 130mm

Tray Depth: 50mm

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Super Dome

530 x 270mm

Lattice Propagation Tray

350 x 295 x 50mm

The Lattice Propagation Tray sits onto the solid tray (above). It allows adequate drainage to flow through from the propagation media back to the propagation tray.