Ask Josh

Talking plants? You bet! With the return of Ask Josh, our dedicated online AutoPot Q&A forum, both ye and we will be talking plants a whole lot more than ever before. Ask Josh offers visitors access to the finest AutoPot minds. Our technical wizards are ready and waiting to help you transport your growing into magical new realms of efficiency, yield and reduced workload. Paradise.

Ask Josh about all this and more when growing with AutoPot

What price is our advice? Not one penny. Simply register/login, ping us your conundrum (ooh-err-missus!) and we’ll give you the benefit of our experience. We can assist you with all aspects of AutoPot growing, from choice of system to substrate guidelines, nutrient tips to module maintenance. Because AutoPot products cover all stages of growth, from stock to propagation to production, we are able to help you from start to finish.

Ask Josh offers you a world of AutoPot growing knowledge gleaned from our experiences around the globe

As manufacturers we are in a unique position to offer guidance on our products. We’ve seen them employed all over the world, in any number of different configurations, to a vast multitude of ends. An extensive history working with commercial and hobby growers on all manner of projects means we’re positively bursting with know-how. Come and get it.

A great many of our thriving commercial and recreational growersgot to know us off the back of a quick question

We’ve always found growers to be hugely social types, open to ideas and keen to relate their formula for success. In horticulture the way in to famous relationships is usually as simple as a question asked or a suggestion made. Hence Ask Josh seemed an ideal way to connect with our growers. One of our main aims for Ask Josh is to provide a platform for an ever stronger community of cultivators, sharing information, to everyone’s advantage. Some of our finest collaborations have come about as a result of growers making contact, seeking a little advice. So we’re very excited at the new levels of kinship Ask Josh promises to produce. 

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