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Agrotonomy Corp. has set up the first aeroponic vertical farms in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Polynesia, and the Middle East using Tower Garden® patented technology. We have also developed many Tower Farm projects in the USA, Canada, and the West Indies.
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Growing Beans on a Tower Garden
When growing pole bean varieties on a Tower Garden®, the use of a support-cage or trellis/grow-teepee is required to allow the vines to grow properly. Pole beans include our favorites i.e. French green beans (haricots verts), Asian yard long beans, most purple beans,...
How to Grow Brassica Vegetables on a Tower Garden
Brassica vegetables a.k.a cruciferous grow abundantly and effortlessly on a vertical aeroponic system using Tower Garden technology. We invite you to watch the video below which was shot last week in Ibiza, Spain (outdoor Tower Farm operating 12 months out of a year)....
Should I set up a Tower Farm outdoors, indoors, or in a Greenhouse?
When considering to set up a fully automated commercial aeroponic Tower Farm, people often wonder as per which is the best option. Since we have set up numerous Tower Farms around the world whether indoors, outdoors, or in greenhouses, allow us to share the pros and...
Aeroponic tomatoes on a Tower Garden
Growing tomatoes in a Tower Garden is not just a “plant & play” experience. There are many pros and cons, as well as different growing techniques to consider. When starting the seedling process for tomatoes, the manufacturer advises to plant 2 seeds per...
How to grow peppers on a Tower Garden
Whether growing sweet bell peppers or spicy varieties, peppers of all kinds thrive when growing using Tower Garden technology. When starting the seedling process for peppers, the manufacturer advises to plant 2 seeds per rockwool/coco coir, and when seedlings are...
What is the difference between a regular aeroponic Tower Garden and the microgreens (baby greens) Tower Garden?
Towers For Regular Crops: The stackable sections of a regular tower are 19 cm high, 22 cm in diameter and feature 4 planting port per section.Towers can be configured as follows: – 20 plants per tower – 1.4 m (height) – 5 stackable modular sections. – 28 plants per...
Growing leafy greens and herbs in a commercial Tower Farm
When growing tomatoes, our Tower Farm technology is great, but there are other systems equally productive. The same applies for most fruiting vegetables. However, when it comes to growing leafy greens and herbs, whether spinach, lettuce (all kinds), kale, chard,...
What grows well in a Tower Garden?
What grows well in a Tower Garden starts with the light, the climate conditions, the quality of the seeds and seedlings, and ongoing maintenance. Of course, when wondering what grows well with a Tower Garden, people want to know what type of crops perform best!...
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