Terms and Conditions

Online terms and conditions between a business and consumer for the sale of goods

These terms and conditions form the basis on which you can visit us and our website.  Please read them carefully as they contain important information.

General terms and conditions

This site is owned and operated by Benjamin Biggs t/as Plantasia of Brill View Farm, Ludgershall Road, Piddington, Bicester, OX25 1PU. If you have any queries about these terms and conditions or if you have any comments or complaints on or about our website, you can contact us at [email protected] or 08707 555225.

The contract between us

We must receive payment of the whole of the price for the goods that you order before your order can be accepted. Payment of the price for the goods represents an offer on your part to purchase the goods, which will be accepted by us only when the goods are dispatched. Only at this point is a legally binding contract created between us.

Ownership of rights

All rights, including copyright, in this website are owned by or licensed to [insert your business name]. Any use  of this website or its contents, including copying or storing it or them in whole or part, other than for your own personal, non-commercial use, is prohibited without our permission. You may not modify, distribute or repost anything on this website for any purpose.

Accuracy of content

We have taken care in the preparation of the content of this website, in particular to ensure that prices quoted are correct at the time of publishing and that all goods have been described accurately. However, orders will only be processed if there are no material errors in the description of the goods or their prices as advertised on this website. Any weights, dimensions and capacities given about the goods are approximate only.

Damage to your computer

We try to ensure that this website is free from viruses or defects. However, we cannot guarantee that your use of this website or any websites accessible through it will not cause damage to your computer. It is your responsibility to ensure that the right equipment is available to use the website. Except in the case of negligence on our part, we will not be liable to any person for any loss or damage which may arise to computer equipment as a result of using this website.


All orders are subject to acceptance and availability. If the goods you have ordered are not available from stock, we will contact you by e-mail or phone (if you have given us details). You will have the option either to wait until the item is available from stock or to cancel your order.

Ordering errors

You are able to correct errors on your order up to the point on which you click on “submit” during the ordering process.


  • 7.1    The prices payable for goods that you order are as set out on our website. All prices are inclusive of VAT at the current rates and are correct at the time of entering information.

  • 7.2    Where it is not possible to accept your order to buy goods of the specification and description at the price indicated, we will advise you by email, and offer to sell you the goods of the specification and description at the price stated in the email and will state in the email the period for which the offer or the price remains valid.

Payment terms

We will take payment upon receipt of your order from your credit or debit card. We accept no liability if a delivery is delayed because you did not give us the correct payment details. If it is not possible to obtain full payment for the goods from you, then we can refuse to process your order and/or suspend any further deliveries to you. This does not affect any other rights we may have.

Delivery charges

Delivery charges vary according to the type of goods ordered.


  • 10.1 Our delivery charges are set out on our website.
  • 10.2  You will be required to pay extra for delivery and it might not be possible for us to deliver to some locations.
  • 10.3  Please note that there will be a surcharge to deliver to addresses outside the United Kingdom, including the Isle of Wight, the Isle of Man, the Scottish Isles, parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Channel Isles.
  • 10.4  We will deliver the goods to the address you specify for delivery in your order. It is important that this address is accurate. Please be precise about where you would like the goods left if you are out when we deliver. We cannot accept any liability for any loss or damage to the goods once they have been delivered in accordance with your delivery instructions (unless this is caused by our negligence). We will aim to deliver the goods by the date quoted for delivery but delivery times are not guaranteed and therefore time is not of the essence. In any event, we will aim to deliver your goods within 30 days from the day after the day we received your order. If delivery is delayed beyond this time, we will contact you and either agree a mutually acceptable alternative date, or offer you a full refund.
  • 10.5 We can only deliver to the address of the card that the payment is taken from.
  • 10.6 You will become the owner of the goods you have ordered when they have been delivered to you. Once goods have been delivered to you they will be held at your own risk and we will not be liable for their loss or destruction.

Risk and ownership

Risk of damage to or loss of the goods passes to you at the time of delivery to you. If you choose to use your own courier then the risk passes to you as soon as the goods are handed to your courier. You will only own the goods once they have been successfully delivered.

Cancellation rights

  • 12.1    Under The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 SI 2013/3134 you have the legal right to cancel your order up to 14 calendar  days after the day on which you receive your goods (with the exception of any made to order items). You do not need to give us any reason for cancelling your contract nor will you have to pay any penalty.
  • 12.2    Should you wish to cancel your order, you can use the cancellation form provided at the end of these terms and conditions, or alternatively you can notify us in writing by any durable medium (for example letter sent by post, fax or e-mail).
  • 12.3    You cannot cancel your contract if the goods you have ordered are bespoke (i.e. made to order), newspapers or magazines or if you have taken any audio or video recording or computer software out of the sealed package in which it was delivered to you.
  • 12.4    If you have received the goods before you cancel your contract then you must send the goods back to our contact address at your own cost and risk. If you cancel your contract but we have already processed the goods for delivery, you should not unpack the goods when they are received by you and you must send the goods back to us at our contact address at your own cost and risk as soon as possible.
  • 12.5    Once you have notified us that you are cancelling your contract, and we have either received the goods back or, if earlier, received evidence that you have sent the goods back, we will refund any sum debited by us from your credit or debit card within 14 calendar days.
  • 12.6    We may make a deduction from your refund for any loss in the value of the goods supplied if the loss is the result of unnecessary handling by you (for example using or wearing the goods prior to cancellation)

Cancellation by us

  • 13.1    We reserve the right not to process your order if:
  • 13.1.1    We have insufficient stock to deliver the goods you have ordered
  • 13.1.2    We do not deliver to your area; or
  • 13.1.3    One or more of the goods you ordered was listed at an incorrect price due to a typographical error or an error in the pricing information received by us from our suppliers.
  • 13.2    If we do not process your order for the above reasons, we will notify you by e-mail and will re-credit to your account any sum deducted by us from your credit/debit card as soon as possible, but in any event within 14 days.


  • 14.1    Unless agreed otherwise, if you do not receive goods ordered by you within 30 days of the date on which you ordered them and decide to cancel the order rather than re-arrange delivery (in accordance with clause 11), we will provide you with a full refund.
  • 14.2    We are only responsible for losses that are a natural, foreseeable consequence of our breach of these terms and conditions.  We do not accept liability if we are prevented or delayed from complying with our obligations set out in these terms and conditions by anything you (or anyone acting with your express or implied authority) does or fails to do, or is due to events which are beyond our reasonable control.
  • 14.3    Furthermore, we do not accept liability for any losses related to any business of yours including but not limited to: lost data, lost profits, lost revenues or business interruption.
  • 14.4    You must observe and comply with all applicable regulations and legislation, including obtaining all necessary customs, import or other permits to purchase goods from our site.  The importation or exportation of certain of our goods to you may be prohibited by certain national laws.  We make no representation and accept no liability in respect of the export or import of the goods you purchase.
  • 14.5    Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in these terms and conditions is intended to limit any rights you might have as a consumer under applicable local law or other statutory rights that may not be excluded nor in any way to exclude or limit our liability to you for any death or personal injury resulting from our negligence.   You have certain rights as a consumer including legal rights (e.g. under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 (as amended)) relating to faulty and/or misdescribed goods.


Unless otherwise expressly stated in these terms and conditions, all notices from you to us must be in writing and sent to our contact address at (insert postal address) and all notices from us to you will be displayed on our website from time to time.

Changes to legal notices

We reserve the right to change these terms and conditions from time to time and you should look through them as often as possible.

Law, jurisdiction and language

This website, any content contained therein and any contract brought into being as a result of usage of this website are governed by and construed in accordance with English law. Parties to any such contract agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales. All contracts are concluded in English.


If any part of these terms and conditions is unenforceable (including any provision in which we exclude our liability to you) the enforceability of any other part of these conditions will not be affected.


You acknowledge and agree to be bound by the terms of our privacy policy.

Third party rights

Nothing in this Agreement is intended to, nor shall it confer any rights on a third party.

Privacy Policy

I, Benjamin Biggs t/as Plantasia am committed to respecting and protecting the privacy of anyone using our site and the confidentiality of any information that you provide us with. The purpose of this statement is to set out how we use any personal information that we may obtain from you.

Data Protection Act 1988 ('the Act')

We are registered under the Data Protection Act and comply with the Act in all our dealings with your personal data.

Use and collection of personal information

In general you can visit our website without telling us who you are and without revealing any information about yourself. If, however, you use our site you will need to register and you will be asked to provide certain information such as your contact details. We will store this data and hold it on computer or otherwise.

We may use information that you provide:

  • To register you with our website and to administer it.
  • For assessment and analysis, e.g. marketing, customer and product analysis, to enable us to review, develop and improve our services. This is for internal use only and we will not pass this information to any third party.

If you do not want us to use data in this way, or to pass your details on to third parties for marketing purposes, please tick the relevant box situated on the form on which we collect your data.

We may disclose your personal information to third parties:

  • In the event we sell or buy any business or assets, in which case we might disclose your personal data to the prospective buyer or seller.
  • If we are under a legal duty to disclose or share your personal data in order to comply with or meet any legal obligation.


We collect information directly from you in a number of ways. One way is through our use of 'cookies'. Most websites use cookies in order to make them work, or to work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the website. They help us to understand how our customers and potential customers use our website so we can develop and improve the design, layout, content and function of the site. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer's hard drive by websites that you visit. They save and retrieve pieces of information about your visit to the website – for example, how you entered the site, how you navigated through the site and what information and documentation was of interest to you. This means that when you go back to a website, it can give you tailored options based on the information it has stored about you on your last visit.

Some of our cookies are used to simply collect information about how visitors use our website and these types of cookies collect the information in an anonymous form.

Where there is a login process relating to buying products or services from us we also use cookies to store personal registration information so that you do not have to provide it to us again on subsequent visits.

The rules about cookies on websites have recently changed. If you are uncomfortable with the use of cookies, you can disable cookies on your computer by changing the settings in the preferences or options menu in your browser. You can set your browser to reject or block cookies or to tell you when a website tries to put a cookie on your computer. You can also delete any cookies that are already stored on your computer's hard drive. However, please be aware that if you do delete and block all cookies from our website, parts of the site will not then work. This is because some of the cookies we use are essential for parts of our website to operate. Likewise, you may not be able to use some products and services on other websites without cookies.

To find out more about cookies, including seeing what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit

If you do not wish to accept cookies from our website, please leave this site immediately and then delete and block all cookies from this site. Alternatively, you may opt out of receiving information from us by e-mail, telephone, fax or post. Our phone number is 08707 555225, or you can e-mail us on [email protected]


We endeavour to take all reasonable steps to protect your personal information. However, we cannot guarantee the security of any data that you disclose online and we will not be responsible for any breach of security unless this is due to our negligence or wilful default.

Your rights

You have the right to ask us not to process your personal data for marketing purposes. We will aim to inform you before collecting your data if we intend to use your data for such purposes or we intend to disclose your information to any third party for such purpose. You can exercise your right to prevent this happening by checking certain boxes on the forms we use to collect your data.


You have the right to see personal data (as defined under the Data Protection Act) that we keep about you upon receipt of a written request and payment of a fee of £10. Any request should be sent to:

Benjamin Biggs, Plantasia, Brill View Farm, Ludgershall Road, Piddington, Bicester, OX26 1PU


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Chilli Update April & May 2017

Hello Chilli-heads,

I’m back in the room….well, back at the keyboard to be precise.  If you have read the Greenhouse update, you really should, you will know that we have been mad busy potting-up all of the plants into final pots and preparing the main greenhouse for the season ahead, so keyboard time has been limited. This year’s selection of chilli and pepper plants is not as diverse as the previous years but we do have a lot of different varieties, mainly as a result of requests from commercial customers and concentrating on the most sort-after varieties.

Greenhouse Update April & May 2017

Hi, back again with a double dose of greenhouse blog because it's been all hands to the pump for the past couple of months.  The months of April and May see the start, and hopefully the finish, of the bulk of the potting up in to final pots and a break out into the main greenhouse. Yes! It's the fun bit when you can get your hands in there and dirt under your fingernails.

Chilli Update March 2017

For us, here at the chilli farm, March has seen more of the same potting up. The second sowings of superhots along with all the hots and sweets peppers are now done and very soon the next phase will begin. The first batch of plants are enjoying the new propagation house and some reasonably fine weather and as a result are now more than ready for their final pots.

If you are thinking of growing your own chillies or sweet peppers this year you still have time to start them from seed, or you can purchase plug plants or small potted plants. You can find out all you need to know for successful propagation in our new website information section: All You Need To Grow.

Greenhouse update March 2017

March has flown by and next week sees the clocks go forward for British summer time signalling the unofficial start to the gardening season. There is no official start date by the way so you better get on with it. That’s what we have been doing and we have been busy putting up the new nursery greenhouse and making it ready to relieve the now bulging growroom of some monstrous chilli plants. O.k, they are not quite that big but they will certainly benefit from the extra space and sunlight now that they growing fast and it will allow us to get at them more easily and start adding supports. I’ve had a Keder Greenhouse that I recovered from someone about 8 years ago and it's been sat in a neat pile on some racking waiting for the call to duty. That time has arrived so Tim (Nursery Manager) and I set about getting this beauty back in business.

Chilli Update February 2017

Its chilli time again folks and here is what we’ve been up to so far. At the end of last season we made the decision to start our seeds earlier than normal, starting with the superhot varieties. The hope is to bring the harvest forward thus enabling earlier supply to our customers and also to gain larger overall plant growth and increased yield. Starting earlier will also be advantageous for the organic trials some of the plants will be undergoing as it provides a longer establishment period for the beneficial microbes being used. There is no guarantee that sowing seeds earlier will produce the desired results, not in our greenhouse anyway, as we are mostly at the mercy of the Great British weather. But it is always good to be prepared if the opportunity presents itself so fingers crossed we have a mild spring and a hot summer – from about April would be lovely!

Greenhouse Update February 2017

I should probably have entitled this post; Growroom Update because that’s where all the action is at this time of year, in our show growroom inside the shop. We take full advantage of this purpose made environment for the early season propagation of chilli plants and some of the early sown exhibition crops. The lights in the growroom have a multipurpose in that they grow plants, provide a working display and heat the shop throughout winter making full use of the energy input. You can see a recent video of the growroom and our first round of chilli plants by visiting our facebook page.

By the end of February the first sown chilli plants are reaching heights of 20-30cm tall grown in 13cm square pots. These were sown on the 1st December 2016. I made the decision to start so early with the superhot varieties this year in an attempt to extend the season and start cropping earlier in the year.

Plantasia Greenhouse update – August 2016

Greenhouse - August 2016

What a month August has been - Great weather and a superb AutoPot Open Day weekend with the greenhouse being the star of the show.  All the plot demonstrations looked amazing with a myriad of chilli pods beginning to ripen to show their true colours and all of the plants flourishing.  We received great feedback from the plot sponsors and visiting guests alike and many left with arms full of fresh veg.  You can find out more about the chilli plants progress and a look at some varieties in depth in the latest Chilli Update blog.  
August4 Autopot JasonBenIt was very pleasing that the giant onions were timed to perfection reaching their peak just before the show. They are not record breakers but they are the best we have ever grown and that gives a great feeling of pride and achievement on top of the enjoyment of nurturing them from seed and watching them grow.  You can find out more about our experiences and methods for growing giant onions in AutoPot watering systems in the forthcoming article creatively titled: Giant Onion Growing with AutoPot.  Over the next few months we will be posting several articles on different veg growing in the Autopot system including carrots and parsnips so look out for them too.  Why not have a go yourself next year and see if you can beat our onion weight and size, grow a giant leek (we will be having a go at them next year too), try growing some carrots with your children or parsnips with a pal. Just remember not to leave it too late before you sow your seeds so plan ahead.
As the month draws to an end we are full steam ahead with picking chillies and packing them off to our various trade customers and sauce makers as well as visitors to the nursery. 

Plantasia Greenhouse update – July 2016

Greenhouse - July 2016

July has been a good month for temperature with night time temps staying in the mid-teens and some really hot day temperatures at this late stage in the month.   This has brought both positive and negative effects to the greenhouse and plants with a subsidence in powdery mildew only to be replaced by localised outbreaks of spider mite.  We have been hitting these pesky mites with a combination of natural mite killers which seems to be keeping a control for now.  The first chilli fruits of the year are starting to ripen and it's great to see some of the new varieties of chilli taking shape.  Talking of taking shape, the pumpkins are flying along and, after a late start the green pumpkin is catching up with the orange variety in terms of growth and fruit size.  The giant onions are bulking up very well indeed and I expect these beauties to be our best effort yet.  Some of the other impressive plants have been the lemon grass which we started from seed this year and the Datura that were also started from seed this year and are about to start flowering any day now.
July4 TomatoOnce all the plants had finished being potted up at the end of June the next task is to set up all of the Autopot watering systems that take care of the watering and feeding of our plants.  As soon as that task is complete the plants have grown and we are straight on to installing plant supports.  Maintenance of the plants such as removing leaf and flower drop, checking and treating pests, a regular foliar spraying program, tying up and adjusting supports, seems to fill every spare moment and all the staff and volunteers have been putting in seriously long hours preparing the greenhouse for the upcoming AutoPot Trade Open Day that we play host to.

Chilli update – June 2016

If you have been reading the Greenhouse updates you will know that we have been flat out busy with preparing the greenhouse, potting up plants and planning our display crops. We have added 40 varieties to make 60 capsicum varieties this year, 46 of which are chillies.  You can see a full list of chillies and sweet peppers along with the rest of the plants in the greenhouse here plant list 2016 with full chilli details on our chilli pages.  Last year we had some fun trying to create a couple of hybrid varieties through controlled hand pollination with some reasonably good success.  So far we have a Naga X Pimenta de Neyde hybrid, a Trinidad 7pot X Pimenta de Neyde hybrid, and a rather unusual variegated Cayenne that produces a green and white striped fruit that turns red and retains some of the dark stripes.  We are working to stabilise this variety through selective breeding.  The first two hybrids mentioned above are growing nicely with interesting foliage and early fruit – we’ll keep you updated on their progress throughout the season.  Some of the ‘new to us’ varieties have caught our eye already, these being Cajamarca with its purple corkscrew fruit, Turtle Claw for it's very attractive growth habit and the cute little worm-like fruit, and the Scotch Bonnet –Big Sun- for its impressive leaf size.  We can wait to see what the pods are like on that one!  Some of the new varieties of super-hot chillies we have growing this year are 7pot Brainstrain, Fatalii Jigsaw, Douglah, several new colours of Bhut Jolokia, Naga and Habanero. I can’t wait to see how the Purple Bhut and White Bhut turn out. All the varieties from last year are being grown again this year including the Carolina Reaper ‘hottest chilli in the world’ and fast becoming the ‘most grown chilli in the UK’.
Another new chilli variety of note is the purple cayenne - Purple Haze.  It's early to flower and fruit and we have lots of pretty purple pods hanging of the tall but dainty plants already – I’m also told that they have a very good flavour, good looks and great taste, that’s got to be a winner.  The other cayenne types are also in flower and fruit and looking really awesome, I’m expecting good things from two more new additions – Korika Jolokia and Mizoram Birds eye - these have just started setting fruit so it will be a week or two before we get a good idea of what they will be like.

Turtle Claw JuneOn to the sweet peppers next – I’m so looking forward to getting some home grown sweet peppers back on my plate, it's such a pleasure.  Some of the notable new varieties are Tequila – the ultraviolet bell pepper.  Ringo – a pointy yellow pepper and Marconi – Purple, a purple version of the Marconi Red - a large red pointy pepper.  There are also two sweet habanero that I’m itching to get my teeth into – flavour without the pain.  In the next post I will be talking about support for your chilli peppers and discussing different options for different plant growth habits.  Until next time, happy growing.


Plantasia Greenhouse update – June 2016

Greenhouse - June 2016

The end of May and beginning of June is by far our busiest time in the greenhouse with all of the hard work going into the planning, preparation and potting up of all the wonderful plants we will be growing this year.  The weather had been kind and the night temperatures reasonably mild so the plants are growing well and fast.  We have encountered some small outbreaks of aphid and greenfly but very isolated and there is a good amount of natural predators this year out and about nice and early.  These helpful chaps, along with a consistent regime of spraying with SB Plant Invigorator and pyrethrum alternating weekly in between foliar feeding, seems to be keeping a good natural control.   The best way to use any natural plant protection product is to start using it before the appearance of pests as a preventative.  It's unlikely that these products will regain full control if they are used as a cure for a heavy infestation.  Most often, natural plant protection products can be applied regularly without any harm to the plants and this practice is to be encouraged so get yourself armed with a  good natural product such as SB Plant invigorator, Trounce, 5sec or Neem oil.  A good Sprayer with lance is the best option for applying plant protection products and it will allow you to get all over coverage and in between plants.  Good coverage is important as natural products rely on either contact with the pest or forming a barrier to prevent them from setting up home and feeding off your plants.  You can also re-enforce your natural army by drafting in extra troops in the form of natural predators.  Before you go ordering a gang of ruthless bugs to give your unwanted visitors a good kicking be sure you have the right environmental conditions such as temperature and day length so that they can establish and thrive, otherwise they will die out before making it down the hill to the battle field.  It's an exciting and busy year for us as our growing efforts combine with some of the industry’s most well-known product manufacturers to form this year’s greenhouse display and crop production.   We have dedicated sections for each product range all featuring different plant varieties and using a host of different mediums, feeds and additives.  We will be looking at each of these plots in detail via separate blog posts that are due to be posted over the next two weeks and updated throughout the season. Follow this link for the full greenhouse plant list 2016 and visit the chilli page too.

Ben, Plantasia.

Plantasia Greenhouse Update: May 2016

Greenhouse - May 2016

Hello and welcome to the 2016 Plantasia greenhouse blog. Well it's May already and we are bursting at seams with plants, all in the propagation area growing well in the recent fine weather. This year sees us increasing the diversity of plants and varieties we will be growing and I’m really excited by the new additions as well as the chance to improve on some of the favourites from last year. We have increase the number of capsicum and chilli plants to 50 varieties and you can follow their progress in the regular Chilli Update post right here. We have added the variety Mountain Magic to this year’s tomato collection along with the trusted Ailsa Craig and reputed ‘whoppa’ in Gigantomo – sounds awesome! These three lovelies join our favourite main stays of Money Maker (Salad), San Mazano (plum), Capriccio, Poticio, Rosada (cherry/grape). Last year was a bad year for blight and for the first time our tomatoes suffered quite badly, nevertheless we still managed to harvest plenty. Mountain Magic has very good resistance to blights it's reported, so hopefully we’ve got that issue well covered. Mini Munch and Delizia have been added to the cucumber selection making three varieties along with the very popular La Diva. Powdery Mildew was another big problem last year made worse by the cool night temperatures throughout the spring and summer and it hit all our cucurbits badly, including the pumpkins and courgettes. This year we are trying out some biological fungus control to combat the pesky leaf fungus and we will let you know how that goes. Undeterred by the Powdery Mildew wipe out of last year we’ve got some selected Giant Pumpkin seeds donated to us by an avid giant-pumpkin grower, from a fruit weighing 673kg. This was and orange fruit variety and hes given us seeds of the green fruit variety that reached 555kg too. I’m not sure we will get them that big in pots and planters but we will sure have fun trying. Yellow and green courgettes are also back this year. In addition to all that, we will be growing giant onions, beans, carrots, parsnips, 2 types of fennel, 5 varieties of basil, lemon grass, lots of herbs and salad leaves. We are even trying our hand at growing rice for the first time. On the ornamental side we have our stunning brugmansias over-wintered from last year and added 4 different colour varieties for this season. We have raised some new varieties of Datura from seed and we will be trying our hand at some climbing flower walls too.

It's not just about plants in the Plantasia greenhouse, we use and test lots of products that we sell and new products that are just about to be released. So we will be reporting back on these just as much as the plants.

You can find out more about the latest products in our Whats New In The Shop? Blog.

Ben, Plantasia.

GHE – Plot 10

Plantasia 3 – Plot 11

Plantasia 4 – Plot 12

Powder Feeding – Plot 9

Mills 2 – Plot 6

Mills 1 – Plot 5

EcoThrive 2 - Plot 8

EcoThrive 1 – Plot 7

Growth Technology Ltd 1 – Plot 3

Plot 3 sponsored by Growth Technology Ltd is showcasing selection of their own-brand products including Tomato Focus, and Ionic Coco mineral fertiliser products with the addition of Nitrozyme, Blackjack, Superdrive and HydroBurst. The plants also receive regular foliar applications of Nitrozyme, Blackjack, Superdrive and HydroBurst. Plants on the Growth Technology Plot are growing in Guanokalong soil mix, Ugro Superior Coco mix or BAC Lava soil. The Growth Technology Plot features a range of different Autopot watering systems such as Easy2Grow and 1Pot systems running on nutrient solution supplied by a 700ltr Flexi-Tank.