GROW TENT

GROW TENT

Our proprietary Grow tent is an indoor hydroponic growing tent specifically designed to grow greens, vegetables and fruits. It has a very small footprint of just 40” wide by 40” deep, by 80” tall. It uses non-circulating hydroponics (Kratky Method) to grow crops in standing (non-aerated) water. The crops are “fed” with water-soluble all-mineral nutrients, resulting in 100% organic crops. Our Grow Tent is ideal for growing a wide range of leafy crops including lettuce, spinach, kale, Swiss Chard, arugula and more. It also makes it extremely easy to grow your own fresh herbs such as basil, chives, oregano, parsley, dill, lavender and more. What makes our unit unique is that it has 3 levels, each level growing a whopping 36 individual plants – with an amazing 108 plants growing all at one time!  We believe that our unit is the HIGHEST YIELDING GROW TENT available today. This makes it ideal for “juicers” and those who wish to eat healthy home-grown foods on a daily basis. 

This unit is a key component in our mission goal “To grow food in places where little to no food is grown now.” We believe the time is right for people across America to begin growing their own food again, for better health as well as better food security.

We foresee K-12 schools getting the children involved in growing food, and serving it in their cafeteria. We see churches growing food in an unused classroom, to deliver to seniors in their “Meals on Wheels” programs. Because anyone of ANY age can grow food in our Grow Tent, we see senior organizations growing food in their activity centers to unite their members around a shared love of gardening (without the back-breaking work!) And yes, we see people from all walks of life growing fresh greens and veggies in their homes to share with their friends and families, year-round. 

As such, we are seeking donors who wish to sponsor one of our units in their church or other institution, to help feed the needy in your area. For complete details, please download our white paper on the link below.

 

Our proprietary Grow tent is an indoor hydroponic growing tent specifically designed to grow greens, vegetables and fruits. It has a very small footprint of just 40” wide by 40” deep, by 80” tall. It uses non-circulating hydroponics (Kratky Method) to grow crops in standing (non-aerated) water. The crops are “fed” with water-soluble all-mineral nutrients, resulting in 100% organic crops.

Our Grow Tent is ideal for growing a wide range of leafy crops including lettuce, spinach, kale, Swiss Chard, arugula and more. It also makes it extremely easy to grow your own fresh herbs such as basil, chives, oregano, parsley, dill, lavender and more.

What makes our unit unique is that it has 3 levels, each level growing a whopping 36 individual plants – with an amazing 108 plants growing all at one time!  We believe that our unit is the HIGHEST YIELDING GROW TENT available today. This makes it ideal for “juicers” and those who wish to eat healthy home-grown foods on a daily basis. 

This unit is a key component in our mission goal “To grow food in places where little to no food is grown now.”

We believe the time is right for people across America to begin growing their own food again, for better health as well as better food security.

We foresee K-12 schools getting the children involved in growing food, and serving it in their cafeteria.

We see churches growing food in an unused classroom, to deliver to seniors in their “Meals on Wheels” programs.

Because anyone of ANY age can grow food in our Grow Tent, we see senior organizations growing food in their activity centers to unite their members around a shared love of gardening (without the back-breaking work!)

And yes, we see people from all walks of life growing fresh greens and veggies in their homes to share with their friends and families, year-round. 

As such, we are seeking donors who wish to sponsor one of our units in their church or other institution, to help feed the needy in your area.

For complete details, please download our white paper on the link below.

Our proprietary Grow tent is an indoor hydroponic growing tent specifically designed to grow greens, vegetables and fruits. It has a very small footprint of just 40” wide by 40” deep, by 80” tall. It uses non-circulating hydroponics (Kratky Method) to grow crops in standing (non-aerated) water. The crops are “fed” with water-soluble all-mineral nutrients, resulting in 100% organic crops.

Our Grow Tent is ideal for growing a wide range of leafy crops including lettuce, spinach, kale, Swiss Chard, arugula and more. It also makes it extremely easy to grow your own fresh herbs such as basil, chives, oregano, parsley, dill, lavender and more.

What makes our unit unique is that it has 3 levels, each level growing a whopping 36 individual plants – with an amazing 108 plants growing all at one time!  We believe that our unit is the HIGHEST YIELDING GROW TENT available today. This makes it ideal for “juicers” and those who wish to eat healthy home-grown foods on a daily basis. 

This unit is a key component in our mission goal “To grow food in places where little to no food is grown now.”

We believe the time is right for people across America to begin growing their own food again, for better health as well as better food security.

We foresee K-12 schools getting the children involved in growing food, and serving it in their cafeteria.

We see churches growing food in an unused classroom, to deliver to seniors in their “Meals on Wheels” programs.

Because anyone of ANY age can grow food in our Grow Tent, we see senior organizations growing food in their activity centers to unite their members around a shared love of gardening (without the back-breaking work!)

And yes, we see people from all walks of life growing fresh greens and veggies in their homes to share with their friends and families, year-round. 

As such, we are seeking donors who wish to sponsor one of our units in their church or other institution, to help feed the needy in your area.

For complete details, please download our white paper on the link below.

Our proprietary Grow tent is an indoor hydroponic growing tent specifically designed to grow greens, vegetables and fruits. It has a very small footprint of just 40” wide by 40” deep, by 80” tall. It uses non-circulating hydroponics (Kratky Method) to grow crops in standing (non-aerated) water. The crops are “fed” with water-soluble all-mineral nutrients, resulting in 100% organic crops.

Our Grow Tent is ideal for growing a wide range of leafy crops including lettuce, spinach, kale, Swiss Chard, arugula and more. It also makes it extremely easy to grow your own fresh herbs such as basil, chives, oregano, parsley, dill, lavender and more.

What makes our unit unique is that it has 3 levels, each level growing a whopping 36 individual plants – with an amazing 108 plants growing all at one time!  We believe that our unit is the HIGHEST YIELDING GROW TENT available today. This makes it ideal for “juicers” and those who wish to eat healthy home-grown foods on a daily basis. 

This unit is a key component in our mission goal “To grow food in places where little to no food is grown now.”

We believe the time is right for people across America to begin growing their own food again, for better health as well as better food security.

We foresee K-12 schools getting the children involved in growing food, and serving it in their cafeteria.

We see churches growing food in an unused classroom, to deliver to seniors in their “Meals on Wheels” programs.

Because anyone of ANY age can grow food in our Grow Tent, we see senior organizations growing food in their activity centers to unite their members around a shared love of gardening (without the back-breaking work!)

And yes, we see people from all walks of life growing fresh greens and veggies in their homes to share with their friends and families, year-round. 

As such, we are seeking donors who wish to sponsor one of our units in their church or other institution, to help feed the needy in your area.

For complete details, please download our white paper on the link below.