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Ph.D. candidate Nate Storey in the UW College of Agriculture and Natural Resources describes what vegetables are being raised and why vertical towers can be more efficient than horizontal greenhouses. Related PostsVegetables grown in potsPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsUW grad student’s hydroponic tower system grows lots of veggiesHow to Plant a Vegetable Garden: Tips on Growing Home Grown VegetablesDifferent Types Of Hydroponics (Vertical Growing, Flood And Drain, Aeroponics, Rotary System Etc)Why Local Vegetables Deserve The Investment Put Forth

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7 Comments

  • MikeJustesenFilms 6 months ago

    Do you know Alec Deacon?

  • Nate Storey 6 months ago

    We have most of the components made for us these days and just do final assembly.

  • Nate Storey 6 months ago

    I certainly hope so. We just built a 2000 square foot commercial greenhouse using towers, and we'll be doubling again next month. . .

  • Nate Storey 6 months ago

    Thanks. I've started doing informational videos on my other channel: Bright Agrotech LLC
    Hopefully they help with beginning designers. Let me know if there are any specific videos you'd like to see!

  • gregg stephens 6 months ago

    how do you make your towers??

  • surrealnumber 6 months ago

    cottage industry, food production of the future? 

  • mellovox 6 months ago

    Man I love your tower grow ! You should post more of this, you're really on to something. Those of us just starting can see what it takes to make a successful system as we design our own.