Enhanced plant yields

Hydroponic plants produce a greater yield of fruits and vegetables because in a hydroponic system plants are more densely spaced together compared to the size of land that would be needed to grow the same number of plants. Also, in a hydroponic system many of the elements that can enhance plant growth — such as the pH level of the water, nutrient content of the water, amount and type of light, etc...

Less water

Hydroponic systems use less water — as much as 10 times less water — than traditional because water in a hydroponic system is captured and reused, rather than allowed to run off and drain to the environment.

Locally grown

Indoor hydroponic systems allow plants to grow almost anywhere all year round.

Less space

Hydroponic systems come in a variety of designs including vertical stacking systems that take up a small amount of space.

What Are the Benefits of Hydroponics?

Hydroponic systems come in a variety of designs including vertical stacking systems that take up a small amount of space.
  • Lose less than 5% of water to evaporation
  • Use a fraction of the water to grow the same volume of crops in traditional farming-10%
  • Produce clean, mineral and nutrient laden crops
  • Guarantee same day harvesting and delivery cycles
  • Develop exponentially improved flavor profiles in all products
  • Achieve a 30%-100% increased yield per acre than soil methods
  • Provide year-round growing opportunities, equaling 2 to 4 crops annually
  • Deliver zero -waste techno logy, eliminating all environmental contamination risks
  • Require only 25% of the space that traditional agriculture uses
  • Promote faster plant material growth in controlled environments
  • Eliminate the use of herbicides, pesticides or chemicals to raise crops