We highly recommend growing strawberries on a Tower Garden® whether for personal use or for commercial purpose.

In our experience, growing strawberries off the ground on a Tower Garden® has never required for us to spray any form of pesticide.

We certainly cannot say the same for the strawberries which we grow in the soil within the scope of comparative testing.

Every kind of strawberry can be grown on a Tower Garden®. The crop yield is generous and the fruits are juicy and extremely flavorful.

You can buy strawberry plugs and wash the soil off the roots before bracing them with a rubber band in a rockwool cube (before planting them into the towers)…. some leaves will turn yellow/brown in the process but new healthy leaves will start showing soon.

Agrotonomy prefers to start all our crops from seeds and produce our own seedlings. Strawberry seeds can take up to 4 to 8 weeks before starting to germinate. Strawberry seedlings for Tower Garden® are usually ready to be planted into the tower within six weeks after planting the seeds on average.

Tower Garden® is the only aeroponic technology which allows growing strawberries indoors or outdoors.

Strawberries can be grown indoor 12 months out of the year using Tower Garden’s led light kit or even better, in a greenhouse. pollination assistance is recommended for endocrine.

Once again, whether you wish to grow strawberries on a Tower Garden® for personal use or whether you are considering setting up a strawberry Tower Farm, due to the high yield + low maintenance + no spraying pesticides and due to the quality of the fruit itself, we encourage you to grow strawberries using Tower Garden® aeroponic tower systems.
Strawberries take about 6 to 8 weeks to germinate and to be ready for planting on the towers. Although strawberries can be mixed matched with other plants, we have experienced greater crop yields when doing monoculture and only planting strawberries on the tower without anything else.

Growing with Tower Garden® aeroponic technology, you can grow up to 52 strawberry plants per square meter.