HYDROPONICS

Hydroponics is defined as a method of growing plants without the use of soil.  This method of growing offers plants consistent access to nutrients, water, and air.  The nutrients in our hydroponic systems come from an array of sources which include the byproduct from fish waste and chelated nutrients. By closely controlling the water and nutrients the plants receive, our plants are able to grow into healthier and tastier products.  Although hydroponics is unable to be considered organically certified, our hydroponic vegetables are grown in controlled greenhouses without the use of any synthetic pesticides

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Nutrient Film Technique (NFT)

NFT is the most common hydroponic technique for growing leafy greens. We have combined this decades old hydroponic method with our modern aquaculture systems to create a highly sustainable growing environment.


Aeroponics

Aeroponics is a variation of a hydroponic system. The nutrient rich water flows to the top of these towers and a timer turns the water on and off. In this manner, the roots are exposed to air and nutrients. The reservoir located at the base of the system then collects the water and sends it to a pump that circulates the water back to the top of the vertical tower

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