This will depend on a variety of factors such as available light, nutrients, humidity, water and air temps, pH, oxygen and air flow to name a few! Each Growasis product page has production tables showing estimates of annual and weekly plants based upon the size of the system. For maximum production we recommend […]
Short Answer: Some Growasis systems require 3/4″ thick plywood and/or foam insulation panels. These items are not practical to ship.
In the case of Growasis Elevated or Double Decker systems, you will need to pick up one or more 3/4″ x 4′ x 8′ sheets […]
Short answer: It depends on which Growasis you choose and the length of the system.
The tools you might need are (Circular Saw, Utility knife)
Our Growasis elevated and double decker systems require you to purchase 3/4″ OSB plywood paneling to support the liner and water weight. Modular systems starting at 8′ lengths and increasing […]
That depends on the size of your Growasis Floating Plant System. When you place your order we will contact you with a freight estimate to your shipping address.
We’ve made the framing system super easy to install. You can even move the frame around (before water is in) to get it positioned exactly where you want it. We have an installation video and manual to guide you through the process. All pipes are pre-cut and labeled so you know how to fit everything […]
There are a lot of ways to grow crops so why grow in deep water?
- Plants don’t die when the power goes out – This cannot be claimed with any vertical or NFT based growing system. In our DWC troughs, plant roots are constantly submerged in nutrient rich water staying […]
There are a few other DWC systems on the market and usually they are sold as part of a complete farm package. Here are a few features of other systems to watch out for and how ours compare.
The Framing System – Other DWC troughs on the market use way too much expensive metal framing and […]