Vertical Tower System

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This aeroponic system features seven layers, offering 42 spots for planting, along with integrated water tanks, pumps, and additional components necessary for operation.

Each vertical grow tower spans 1900mm in height and 780mm in width, ideally fitting into a 1 m² area.

Besides, the tower’s height is adaptable to suit the specific requirements of your indoor space or greenhouse, accommodating ceilings ranging from 4 to 6 meters or higher. Customization options extend to the installation of LED grow lights, modifying the number of planting sites, and adjusting the tower’s height, allowing you to tailor the system to your unique growing needs.

What You Should Know About Aeroponic Towers


Aeroponic towers stand out as cutting-edge growing systems within the realm of aeroponics, where plant nutrients are efficiently delivered through a fine mist of atomized water. This method presents a stark contrast to traditional hydroponics, bringing forth a suite of benefits that cater to both the health of the plants and the sustainability of the system.

One of the standout features of an aeroponic grow tower is its remarkable ability to enhance root oxygenation. Unlike hydroponic systems where roots are submerged, the aeroponic approach exposes roots to more air, ensuring a higher oxygen uptake.

This increased access to oxygen is crucial for root health and overall plant vigor, leading to more robust growth.

Moreover, the aeroponic tower’s misting mechanism allows for a precise and efficient delivery of nutrients directly to the roots. This precision not only ensures that plants receive the optimal blend of nutrients but also significantly reduces the consumption of water and nutrients. As a result, the system generates less wastewater.

Particularly advantageous in regions with higher temperatures, the aeroponic system mitigates common challenges faced by hydroponic setups, such as root rot, which can occur due to elevated water temperatures.

The aeroponic tower’s design, which keeps the roots in the air and intermittently mists them with nutrients, prevents the overheating issues often seen in hydroponic systems lacking advanced temperature control.

Additionally, the growth rate of plants in aeroponic towers is notably faster compared to those in hydroponic systems. This accelerated growth, potentially increasing by 1.5 to 2 times, can be attributed to the optimal conditions provided by the aeroponic system, including superior oxygenation and nutrient delivery.

Given these extensive benefits, it’s clear that aeroponic towers offer a compelling alternative to traditional hydroponic systems. They address several limitations associated with hydroponics and introduce an innovative, sustainable, and efficient method for cultivating a wide array of crops, particularly in environments where traditional growing methods may face obstacles.

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