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http://brightagrotech.com/products | ZipGrow Towers are a specially designed and scientifically proven vertical aquaponic or hydroponic tower that helps growers everywhere maximize production in limited space. See this video to learn more about ZipGrow Towers and why they work so well! Nate is the Co-Founder of Bright Agrotech, a leader in vertical, space saving aquaponics and hydroponics systems and a commercial producer in the high plains of Laramie, WY. With this innovative technology, Nate and the Bright Agrotech team feed dozens of restaurants, over 50 people in a CSA program and supply for a local grocer. Visit us at: http://www.brightagrotech.com OR Connect with Bright Agrotech: https://twitter.com/BrightAgrotech https://www.facebook.com/BrightAgrotech http://pinterest.com/brightagrotech/ https://plus.google.com/101481681830976288924/posts Related PostsV-Tower .:. DIY ZipGrow Tower AlternativeEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodDIY ZipGrow Hydroponics SystemDIY ZipGrow Hydroponics System (no music)Quick Overview of ZipGrow Indoor Vertical FarmingSpacing ZipGrow Vertical Farming Towers

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20 Comments

  • altha 2014 1 year ago

    1 inch rain cutters

  • MarvelExtra 1 year ago

    How do you keep red worms in the towers? you puth them there one by one?

  • Chara 1 year ago

    so this is usable in aquaponics, right?

  • Mila's Garden Diary 1 year ago

    I really like the way he grow his greens.

  • Jerry OHare 1 year ago
  • jionnie 1 year ago

    What kind of media is used inside the towers ? 

  • Mohammad Karbaschi 1 year ago

    Can these be used for orchids?

  • Marnus van der Merwe 1 year ago

    Awesome pioneering work Nate!!

  • Thomas Groover 1 year ago

    is there a list of what can and cannot be grown using the zip grow system; for instance, cabbage, cucumbers, beans and squash?

  • Richard Allan 1 year ago

    Why are some of the strawberry and lettuce plants in my towers rotting ??

  • onetwothree57 1 year ago

    ZipGrow Tower 4-Pack (5ft)
    $257.95         Seems like a LOT to me.

  • t.k mamba 1 year ago

    hi I was wondering why dont you use aluminium gutters?

  • mattn73 1 year ago

    Do you sell the zip grow towers?

  • isaac stafford 1 year ago

    Seems the best product on the market and quite easier to use

  • Dimology 1 year ago

    I was wondering why don't you go with 2 faced tower design instead just one? ok, the plastic frame would be in 2 parts then to make it work, but wouldn't it be worth it since you could plant on 2 sides and grow more?

  • Edward Boutros 1 year ago

    Hey Nate, I was told that I can use your matrix media in a horizontal flood/drain system. Can you confirm that and maybe explain how I would do so? Also to make it slightly more affordable ($60.00 to order 5 feet of media from you) I was thinking of combining the matrix media with clay pellets. What is your take on that?

    Thanks again for these videos. They are making my design process a whole lot easier.

  • 1mtstewart 1 year ago

    what are you spraying?

  • Bright Agrotech 1 year ago

    That's about right. The spacing is variable, but we recommend around 2.5 square feet per tower.

  • Bright Agrotech 1 year ago

    You bet, Bob. The spacing we suggest (for massed tower configurations) is about 20-22'' side by side and 18'' front to back (center to center). However, for green wall applications, the spacing can be condensed since you won't need to worry about light depletion to the rear towers. Hope that makes sense!

  • bobsnrg 1 year ago

    Thanks for your quick response. One more thing – Do you have a density of towers per square foot of greenhouse that you suggest? Maybe a better question would be what spacing is suggested. Looks like about 12" apart with rows about 2' on center. Is that about right?