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Chuck Gomez gives us a tour of this hydroponic farm. chuckg5@bellsouth.net 772-664-3657 CGS is a hydroponic growing system, housed inside a 40’ insulated shipping container and includes everything needed to grow fresh produce, giving our customers the flexibility of location. Our system can be placed anywhere with power and potable water, providing you with easy access to the harvest. The CGS is Arctic ready and optimized for high yield, year round production. Produce is grown on-site, virtually eliminating the expensive and lengthy supply chain. Notes: Photo Credits: Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development; Division of Community and Regional Affairs’ Community Photo Library. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponic Farming Micco FloridaVertical Farming in Kakaako – Kerry KakazuHydroponic Tomatoes Outdoors in Florida January 6th 2015Hydroponic System Experiment – South Florida – Backyard GardeningTeaching Kids Vertical Hydroponic Growing & Raised Bed Gardening at Pine Jog School in South FloridaTHESIS 2013 RMUTT – INNOVATION VERTICAL FARMING FOR FUTURE IN BANGKOK (HD)

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13 Comments

  • jerry malinab 1 year ago

    buy now boom bbcode… Yeah…

  • Bethany Matos 1 year ago

    <3 you guys.  Wish I could stuff that fresh up here! :(

  • GrowerAlex Gomez 1 year ago

    If you have further questions about our farm. Please feel free to friend us. On Face book @ Pure Produce Alex Gomez

  • Thomas Anton 1 year ago

    How did Chuck keep his reservoir temperatures at a temperature that prevents algae buildup.

  • Captain Tim 1 year ago

    I agree most vegtables are imported because of labor cost, but have no taste, or are so hard they can't be eaten. BUT Europe does have refridgerators, ALL people there do, it is not the third world. They do not shop everyday, have you ever been there? Buy American seeds, they are just as good or better, most european seed company's start with American seeds. Merry Christmas!!!!

  • sakichler 1 year ago

    What size PVC is the lettuce growing in?

  • franteja21 1 year ago

    where in fl are this local farmers located?? im in ft lauderdale broward county looking for natural organic veggies and fruits growers!! please let me know doing the garson raw theraphy

  • marthale7 1 year ago

    I love this system, excellent use of space. I would love to visit. I live in Ocala.

  • ការតាក់តែតែងឯកសារ 1 year ago

    I want to learn about technic and can I learn from you?

  • John Sefick 1 year ago

    Hi Chad,

    Sorry I just did the video I have not had contact with Chuck sense last Winter.
    I think there might be a way to find him on the web. He is a great guy.

    Take care
    John

  • Chad Kendall 1 year ago

    Chuck, nice set up. I am playing around basically with the same system of hydroponics (flood and drain)
    Had a question though. Is that rockwool that you put your seeds into? and what medium do you have in your system, are you using rocks? Could you explain your system a bit more?

    Chad

  • Tracy Moorehead 1 year ago

    Great system Chuck…I'd like to see more of how you start your seeds, how often you circulate the water,do you add anything to the water,,,nuitrirents??…any to correct PH??

  • NatureLegalized 1 year ago

    great vid 🙂