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Aeroponic Tower Garden. It needs only a space of 2.5 feet by 2.5 feet. The basic Tower Garden unit is 5 feet tall and can grow 20 vegetable, flower, and/or berry plants vertically, uses 10% of the water that the same plants would require conventionally, grows nearly twice as fast, and the need for organic and conventional pesticides is reduced—thanks to the pH balanced ionic minerals and plant nutrients found in Tower Tonic
The Tower Garden is a vertical aeroponic food production system designed for urban farms, rooftop gardens, and commercial growing operations. Because of its vertical design, the system is space and energy efficient. The basic unit has a 2.5' x 2.5' footprint, and uses modular stackable growing pots. With an 11-pot maximum configuration, you can grow up to 44 plants per tower,
Aeroponic cloning machines are becoming a big hit in indoor gardens, and it’s easy to see why these machines are gaining in popularity. Cloning machines allow you to root your cuttings without the expense of buying growing media or the time necessary to prepare it. Many growers say cloning machines have helped them save time and money, and made their gardening [...]
The new GrowWall is designed to grow up to 75 herbs, fruits or vegetables at the same time, displayed on five levels for a nice touch to the passionate home gardener's indoor ambience. It’s the only all-in-one hydroponic growing system that can produce a yield this high. Learn more at opcomfarm.com.