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Our Hydroponic Systems are "True Organic"

Believe it or not, soil is not essential to plant growth. Hydroponic grown product is proof of this fact. Research has shown that plants absorb their nutrients through water not the soil.

Hydroponics and vertical farming have gotten a lot of attention in recent years as most feel it is the answer to feeding the mass of people in our population growth. If the world population continues to increase at current rates there simple won't be enough land to support the food we need. Of course growing food in soil is anything but organic. As we have covered in our Organic Gardening Page. In order to get "True Organic" you must be in a controlled environment. Hydroponics gives you that option. It is more efficient, can be used year round and with our current system design we have cut water usage by %60 and eliminated the energy cost, making hydroponic farming competitive and even cheaper then traditional farming methods. Not to mention sustainable and totally organic.

Modular Grow Systems

At We Promote Organic we understand the challenges faced by large hydroponics systems who grow a diverse number of crops and therefore have to provide a diverse environment. We also understand that when a section of your product has problems you either have to destroy the crop or find a way to isolate it from the rest of your plants.

With our modular grow systems we make that challenge simple.

When issues occur on modular farms, the user simply unplugs the grow chamber from the “chain” or “bank” of units and the rest of the garden continues operating as if nothing went wrong. Problems can easily be isolated and addressed, as compared to conventional controlled environment commercial operations.

At harvest time, there is often a lag in the production line because the grow system and corresponding space must be cleaned before new plants arrive. Modular systems provide a means to mobilize the plants, removing them for harvest and cleanup. The obvious advantage to this capability is the empty space that has been created in the garden, which can quickly be replaced with a fresh crop, ready for production.

Modular systems also offer the chance to keep a plant or group of plants in place but disconnected from the others and fed on a different schedule or regimen if necessary. Finally, perhaps the largest benefit offered by modular grow systems is the ability to spread out the typical burdens brought about by harvest time, allowing for businesses and their labor demands to more easily operate on a weekly or daily schedule instead.

Quick Connect Fittings

Quick-connect fittings are unique in that they clamp onto tubing for a watertight fit and they just as easily unclamp for disassembly. Due to their durability and versatility, they are ideal for use in modular hydroponics and aeroponics.

Complete large-scale modular farm can be built with repeatability, reusing the same tubing components and quick-connect fittings over and over again throughout the garden. Modern growers that maintain high crop turnover for the highest profitability understand the need to keep things moving, and by using modular components such as quick-connect fittings, this can be achieved with little or no downtime.

Another reason to use these components is for easy cleanup that occurs simultaneously instead of in between crops. This valuable capacity, maximizing competitive advantage, is utilized by commercial modular farms to increase efficiency by purchasing extra sets of quick-connect fittings to use in production while the old sets are being cleaned.

Extreme adaptability for all contingencies is our approach and we offer you the opportunity to take our proprietary system and make you hydroponic facility thrive. Our systems incorporate wind solar and water recovery systems that far surpass anything on the market today.

At We Promote Organic we have taken hydroponics to the next level by combining hydroponics with wind and solar power to bring our customers a new age of hydroponics.

Our systems use wind and solar to power the entire facility which eliminates your energy cost and provides for a cleaner environment that is sustainable and competitive. You no longer have to calculate your energy cost into the equation of overall cost in operating a hydroponics facility.

Add to this a huge savings in water cost because we recycle and retain all of our water except the water that is absorbed by the product and lost to evaporation. We filter the water through reverse osmosis and start with only a pure consistent water so the base water supply is pure and constant. We then and only then add totally organic nutrients by feeding the fish only organic nutrients. This provides a second revenue stream by having organic farm raised Tilapia for sale. When the fish reach a certain length and weight we sell them and replace them. Add to this a surplus of energy that we sell back to the utility companies.

Ring Grow™

Ring Grow™ gives you the ability to grow grains such as corn and oats in a soiless culture. This proprietary system allows for the grain crop to be supported as it grows and is a nutrient based structure that dissipates and expands as the plant grows.

All of our buildings are environmentally built using sustainable resources locally sourced whenever possible. This further lowers our costs and helps protect the environment

This is a "True Organic" process from start to finish. No one else has this ability or can make this offer of totally organic structure, energy and grow process.

We design our systems to customer specifications and make them unique to the part of the country that they are in and the type of facility it is being used for.

This applies to our hydroponic systems, wind systems and solar energy systems.

Our qualified experts offer our clients a full spectrum of design services from total hydroponic systems to individuals alternative energy systems. Learn More

If you would like to learn more about our unique approach to Hydroponics then Contact Us Today.


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