VertiStack high-density, vertical grow systems allow you to grow up to 24 plants in the space of 1 to 2 plants in conventional growing systems. Hydroponic gardening is a unique way to approach the issue of water conservation, with the possibility of producing up to 80% more crop on the same amount of land needed for conventional farming.
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For the home gardener, we offer self-contained vertical hydroponics gardening systems, where everything comes in one package, with directions and a video of how to put it all together. Then, just pop in your plants, plug it in and forget it. Okay, you can’t actually FORGET it, but the system does the watering for you automatically. And, because you are aren’t growing your plants in dirt, there is no back-breaking weed-pulling, and no soil-borne diseases, so you can have healthy, happy plants without as much fuss.
It’s really as simple as mixing up the hydroponic nutrient solution into your batch container which most people will use plastic heavy duty garbage cans, or as I like to use food grade 55 gallon drums. A lot of times you can pick these up in your city from people that resell 5 gallon buckets and drums. Just make sure it has only had food grade material in it. Then next after you get your nutrient solution to the proper PPM level, you just make sure you adjust your water’s PH. Both of these levels can be checked by electronic meters that measure part per million (PPM) of solids and a meter that measures your waters PH. Usually you will want to make your nutrient solution on the slightly acid side, most people use Phosphoric Acid for this.