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We recommend 14 hours of light per day for your herbs to be happy, but if you’d like to change the timer to reflect your lifestyle more, this is how to. Change when the light starts Press the [UP] button. The display should show “1 ON” and “08.00”. This is the time at which the […]
If the time indicated on the display does not reflect your current local time, please follow the instructions below: Press and hold the [SET] button for 2 seconds. The symbol for the weekday will begin to blink. Use the [UP] and [DOWN] buttons to change the day. Press [SET] to validate. The hours will now […]
No, Kurt does not change automatically between summer/winter times as it doesn’t bother the plants. If you would rather change it for your convenience and your daily routine, you can do so easily. Press both [MANUAL] and [SET] buttons simultaneously. If the display shows an “S”, the clock is shifted to summer time. If not, […]
When Kurt is plugged in, the light is set to start automatically and be turned on at 8.00 and turned off at 22.00. If it doesn’t turn off as planned, try pressing the button [MANUAL] on the timer until the display shows “OFF”. Press the [MANUAL] button once again until the display shows “AUTO”. Your […]
When Kurt is plugged in, the light is set to start automatically and be turned on at 8.00 and turned off at 22.00. If it doesn’t turn on as planned, try pressing the [MANUAL] button on the timer until the display shows “ON”. Press the [MANUAL] button once again until the display shows “AUTO”. Your […]
You empty out the cup from the old plant. You take out the old cotton string from within the cup and pull it out. You wash the cup with normal soap and dry. Place the new cotton string in the cup by passing through the strings of cotton so the knot is inside the cup. […]
You will see little sprouts after a week and you will be able to harvest in 4-8 weeks depending on the type of herb. Basil is a fast growing one, while coriander might need a little more time.
Fill the ceramic reservoir with water until the floater comes up. You will see the floater change color from wood to dark brown. In 3-4 weeks the floater will sink down and it’s time to refill with water. You should not water the herbs directly, the herbs get all water they need through the wick […]