Added by on 2017-06-13

Mint is an incredibly productive and profitable crop for Upstart Farmers of all sizes. What else grows in a ZipGrow? http://brightagrotech.com/what-grows-in-a-zipgrow/ Learn more about growing mint in ZipGrow towers in this video from Bright Agrotech’s Dr. Nate Storey. Related PostsHow to start growing hydroponics from seeds with rockwool cubesBest Crops for Hydroponics: MintCommercial Vertical Strawberry Hydroponics SystemHydroponic Systems Updates – Hydroponics Growing Systems & EquipmentHydroponics Growing Systems & SuppliesHydroponics Growing Systems & Supplies

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9 Comments

  • chris shepherd 3 months ago

    Chocolate mint is the bomb

  • Steven Cruz 3 months ago

    how many lbs of mint would be harvested from a 5' Tower?

  • GEEK BROTHERS 3 months ago

    Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else wants to learn about aquaponic gardening system try Morundan Total Aquaponics Mastery ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my brother in law got amazing success with it.

  • Andrzej czar 3 months ago

    What do you use as your medium within the tower? Also how often to do you restart a tower from scratch with new cuttings?

  • minhajuddin km 3 months ago

    Hi could you give some details about the nutrients ph and tds also temperature

  • Gardening Tips With Phil 3 months ago

    Never thought about growing mint. Thanks for the tips on propagation and not starting them from seed.

  • Steve Smith 3 months ago

    How do you take mint to market? Are you carrying it in a refrigerated truck? a cooler? etc. Also, what kind of price do you find that you can get per stalk? cutting? Thank you in advance for your response.

  • energyquicksand 3 months ago

    There are several types of mint and I'm wondering if you have a preference?

  • Paul McDonald 3 months ago

    Thanks guys. I'm going to try mint again. This time I'll make sure to get rid of the aphids.
    Hayden's farm is really inspiring. 🙂