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Author:  cpmarketing [ Wed Feb 17, 2016 7:53 am ]
Post subject:  Need some feedback on this new vertical grow pot setup

Hello all, I'm currently working on a project with the inventor of these vertical stacking grow pots. My background in farming and agricultural products is limited so i'm real curious what the feedback might be on these. What problems do you think they would create and what the best backyard use for them might be. They can be stacked up to 6 levels high but would require a support pole down the middle. We are also trying to figure out if it would be useful to include a pump and catch pan for the bottom so the water could be recycled. Any and all feedback would be greatly appreciated!

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File comment: Picture of a current grow pot setup with catch and pump setup
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Author:  Aussiedownunder [ Thu Feb 18, 2016 7:33 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Need some feedback on this new vertical grow pot setup

This style of pot has been around for years
Maybee he invented the shape he now has
Like in your third photo with pots with that much growth you would need a sump and pump to keep them alive on a hot day
Here in aus you can buy them individual about $15.00 and stack as many as you like

Author:  Perpetuitas [ Thu Feb 25, 2016 7:21 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Need some feedback on this new vertical grow pot setup

Growyourgreens.com had a much better version of that vertical garden thing, you guys do. Do something else this has been done over and over again!

Oh and I prefer soil, much better fruit quality!

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