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1o Tower system with 300 plant sites

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Comment by Ellen Peavey on August 16, 2012 at 11:31am

Hi Jason,      really like the tower system.  Do you have any thing growing in it?  I'm interested in making one, do you have the plans? I have a big garden in Georgia but always interested in any thing new for plants, we have mild winters here usually. I think this would work well for a herb garden. Ellen from Georgia

Comment by Jason Cushnie on August 17, 2012 at 5:12am

Yes I do have plants growing, we are building a large 96x26 foot greenhouse with over 3000 plant sites.

I will post more photo's when we get it completed. I started this type of growing 2 years ago and will post photos from my balcony as well. If you are interested in an Airgrown system they come in Single tower,2,3-10 and then commercial setups going up into the 100's. Ten Towers can grow 300 plants in a 12x12 foot space that's truly amazing. It's the healthiest I have ever seen plants growing without toxic chemicals and pesticides. You can grow 100% USDA Certified Organic produce if that is something you are interested in doing. I just use standard fertilizer and no harmful pesticides and that's good enough for me. Aeroponics is also immune to seasonal and environmental changes since you control the water temp and amount of nutrients that you use. Thanks for your interest have an awesome day!

Comment by Ellen Peavey on August 17, 2012 at 7:49am

Jason       thanks for the information very interesting.  I think I would like to start with a single tower a 10. Where can I find out how to order one?  I like the idea it is organic much better for all of us.   Thanks Ellen from Georgia

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