Hydroponic gardening refers to soilless growing, whereby plants grow and develop in a nutrient-rich solution rather than traditional soil beds. According to botanists, hydroponics can actually have a 30-50 quicker growth rate and more substantial yield than a regular soil garden. This is due to the fact that hydroponics encourages more oxygen to circulate around the plant’s roots.

Growing Techniques:

Nutrient film technique (NFT)

Wicks system

Ebb and flow (flood and drain)

Water culture


Aeroponics is an indoor gardening practice in which plants are grown and nourished by suspending their root structures in air and regularly spraying them with a nutrient and water solution. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) tested the effectiveness of aeroponics on the Mir space station and the results showed that Asian bean seedlings could grow effectively in a nutrient solution in zero gravity.


Fogponics is an offshoot of aeroponics. In this indoor gardening practice, plants are suspended in enclosed systems with no soil or growing medium. Instead, a fog or mist of water and nutrients is pumped into the closed system to give the roots constant exposure to the nutrients the plant needs to grow.


The ZipGrow Farm Wall is a small hydroponic system using our patented ZipGrow Towers. This easy-to-use system can be hung on walls, fences, or buildings bearing abundant harvests for many varieties of leafy greens and herbs. By recirculating water and nutrients and mounting to nearly any vertical surface, the system brings to life the walls of any home, business, or school while providing a delicious sustainable product.






A Sustainable Farming Technique for Urban Areas

VertiCrop is a proprietary agriculture technique that has been deemed as one of the World’s Greatest Inventions by TIME Magazine in 2009. This patent-pending technology was designed and developed so that food could be grown naturally in the environment of bustling urban areas.

This proprietary method offers quite a paradigm shift in food production and sustainable farming methods. It provides up to twenty times the yield of your standard field crops and uses merely 8% of the water that is usually needed for soil farming.