Going green has gone from being a luxury option to a necessity for the global built environment sector today.
Why Grow Without Soil?
With hydroponics systems, we are able to manage pH and nutrients to make sure plants are getting the exact nutrients they need. The systems are closed and recycle the water that is not used by plants. The ability to grow indoors allows farmers to control temperatures and lighting schedules to improve plant production. It also guarantees growers to produce food anywhere in the world, at any time of the year, and to net higher yields with fewer resources.
Plants grown in well-managed hydroponic systems are living the good life. Since roots are bathed in all the nutrients they need, plants spend more time growing upward and less time and energy growing extensive root systems to search for food. Growth rates vary based on the type of system and quality of care, but hydro plants can mature up to 25 percent more quickly than the same plants grown in soil, with increased crop yield, to boot.
We use aeroponics to mist the roots of our greens with nutrients, water, and oxygen. Our aeroponic system is a closed-loop system, using 95% less water than field farming and 40% less than hydroponics. Reliable year-round harvests mean you can have consistent sales projections and estimates.
NATURAL & SUSTAINABLE
Aquaponics is a completely natural process that mimics all lakes, ponds, rivers, and waterways on Earth. The only input into an aquaponics system is fish food. The fish eat the food and excrete waste, which is converted by beneficial bacteria to nutrients that the plants can use. In consuming these nutrients, the plants help to purify the water. Herbicides, pesticides, or other harsh chemicals are not allowed in an aquaponics system, making the fish and plants healthful and safe to eat.