We are dedicated to providing an environment where each client has optimal chances for becoming a successful grower by providing you the very best in new technologies, training, and the safest way to grow food today.
On this page, you will have a chance to view some popular hydroponic growing systems used around the world today. You can also view some of the very best greenhouse designs, popular and unique crops, safe and natural pest control—and most importantly—state-of-the-art concepts and technologies for successful growing. Our mission is to educate people about the limitless growing opportunities in both hydroponic and organic food production.
Hydroponic or aeroponic growing, combined with modern greenhouse technology, is referred to as “controlled environment agriculture.” Greenhouse structures that incorporate this technology create an environment in which premium crops can grow year round. Modern greenhouses can protect our plants from outdoor pollutants, as well as contamination from birds, rodents, harmful insects, and plant diseases.
Most importantly, controlled environment agriculture protects our environment by reducing or eliminating harmful pesticides, and saves our natural resources by recycling water and minerals required for plants to grow.
We support growing systems which can utilize both hydroponic and organic techniques to provide a healthy and nutritious alternative to conventional, pesticide-laden produce.
Choosing a greenhouse is an important and complex decision; each modern greenhouse design has its advantages as well as disadvantages, and varying costs. We have access to over 50 different reputable greenhouse builders in North America and around the world. We help you select the best greenhouse for your budget, climate, and crops.
Greenhouse styles range from the economical, single bay, plastic-covered Quonset style to the tall, Dutch style glass greenhouses.
Modern greenhouses are much taller than traditional styles, allowing natural ventilation to work more effectively, thus reducing energy costs. The Dutch style glass house, for example, can have 20-foot sidewalls and be gutter connected over a several acre area. These greenhouses are environmentally friendly, because they use glass, a lifetime material. Glass also provides the most sunlight transmission into the greenhouse.
Some growers choose plastic because of the high initial cost of glass, its poor insulation qualities during cold months, and the fact that it can be prone to hail damage in areas that receive large hail.
Dutch style greenhouses have vents on either side of the peaked roof. This design gives the greenhouse the ability to work with the wind from either direction, providing maximum air movement in the greenhouse.
Several other modern greenhouse structures have tall sidewalls and natural roof ventilation. But, instead of glass, they have two layers of inflated plastic on the roof and sidewalls. Inflated plastic is very economical, resistant to hail, and insulates well, but must be replaced about every four years.
Retractable roof greenhouses can provide the best of both worlds by growing outside and inside all in the same day. The greenhouse roof and sidewalls open automatically in just a few minutes, while insect screens below the trusses can be closed to protect the plants from large insects and birds.
Smaller growers in colder climates may choose to build economical, single bay Quonset style greenhouses.
Whatever greenhouse design you choose, we will help you every step of the way. We will ensure that you have a well-built structure that serves you for many years to come!