Vertical grow bags
ARK Vertical grow bags
Our vertical grow bags are sewn by a professional seamstress using high-quality upcycled PVC membrane from Sprung Structures building manufacturing. The bags are lightweight and can be folded up for effortless shipping. Upcycling material allows us to keep our costs low compared to hard plastic vertical grow towers. But more importantly our bags are not blown apart by robust and large root systems – they can hand huge root systems.
Virtually any net pot will work in these towers as we can customize the bags size, width length, height, & hole diameter.
Best for growing greens, herbs, lettuce, kale, swisschard, bok choi, etc. At ARK we have also begun growing green fodders for livestock.
Gain the vertical growing advantage that tomatoes, cucumbers, & pepper greenhouse enjoy by growing vertically and increasing your plant count to maximize revenues per square foot.
We recommend filling the bags with a light, porous media, that can retain water. What we use is a very simple secret. This kind of media benefits aquaponic growing tremendously as it provides huge amounts of surface area that is required for bio-filtration. Our method enables us to essentially create the healthiest, micronutrient rich soil like conditions in a few shorth months by working together with Mother Nature. Combining the natural media in the ARK Grow Bags, with aquaponics water, essentially swamp water created in our small scale anaerobic digestor in our greenhouse, root of expired plants left in the grow bags and vermiculture we are creating all the conditions for nutrient recycling on healthy, all natural steroids. See documentary Why have fruits and vegetables lost their vitamins?
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