In this video, Dr. Nate Storey sits down with Fred from the Wyoming Technology Business Center to discuss the idea behind the Spring system – a home vertical gardening tower. See more on…
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The Spring Vertical Gardening Tower – An Interview

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  • Bright Agrotech
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    The Spring – A Home Vertical Gardening Tower: An Interview with Dr. Nate
    Storey #verticalgardening #hydroponics?

  • Quinton Atkinson
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    if you had suplimental lighting, would you yield more produce from having
    another face growing? or would the quality or something else suffer other
    then mobility??

  • Bright Agrotech
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    RO water is perfectly fine for freshwater fish, especially if you’re just
    topping off and not replacing your system volume entirely. DI can be a
    little stressful for them if you’re adding fish to a DI system with no
    solutes, however if you’re just topping off from time to time, DI water is
    fine to top off with. I recommend RO water for topping off in areas with
    hard water.

  • Aleece Landis
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    LOL Root crops come out twisted and ugly from the towers and would be a bit
    difficult to harvest one at a time without pulling the media out of the
    tower. I grew a type of raddish for the raddish greens but the raddishes
    still grew too.

  • Bright Agrotech
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    Yeah, I put a video of some ugly ugly carrots on my personal channel (Nate
    Storey). Aleece is right- they’re ugly. They tasted good, but they weren’t
    much to look at.

  • Gil Fisher
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    Nate, this is a little off subject but I was wondering if RO/DI water is
    safe for freshwater fish? I thought I read somewhere that it was ok for
    saltwater but harmful to freshwater fish. What is your opinion on this?

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