Growing Aeroponic Melons on a Tower Garden

Growing Aeroponic Melons on a Tower Garden

When using an aeroponic tower to grow melons, we like to plant in every single section of the tower using an outside structure (whether a support cage or an adjacent trellis) and grow them suspended (like we do with cucumbers). Aside from the rewarding look of melons...

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Growing Aeroponic Squash on a Tower Garden

Growing Aeroponic Squash on a Tower Garden

The same recommendations which are given for zucchini/courgette apply for squash. Please note: when growing pumpkins and spaghetti squash, based on our comparative tests, the final crops always end up much smaller when grown aeroponically in comparison to when they...

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Aeroponic Broccoli on a Tower Garden

Aeroponic Broccoli on a Tower Garden

Broccoli is a cold weather crop, meaning that it grows best in soil with temperatures between 65 F. and 75 F. (18-24 C.). When it gets warmer than that, the broccoli will bolt (as shown in the picture), or in other terms, it will start flowering. When the temperature...

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Pollination Assistance with a Tower Garden

Pollination Assistance with a Tower Garden

When towers are located indoors, in a greenhouse or in a sheltered area, the lack of wind and/or the lack of bees mean that the pollen is not being carried to the ovule of the female flower. In this case, we advise you to hand pollinate your plants (cucumbers,...

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Growing Arugula On A Tower Garden

Growing Arugula On A Tower Garden

Arugula which is also called rocket salad because of its rapid growth…. It is profitable for commercial farming applications due to its fast growth turnaround and generous crop yield and it is the perfect green for the family gardener as it guarantees lush green plants growing on your tower!

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How To Grow Aeroponic Fennel on a Tower Garden

How To Grow Aeroponic Fennel on a Tower Garden

Although most instructional manuals will recommend planning several seeds per cube of rockwool, we advise you to plant only one seed per cube. In fact, when planting more than one seed per cube, you will have several fennel bulbs/plants growing out of one hole of the...

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Growing Tomatoes on a Tower Garden

Growing Tomatoes on a Tower Garden

We have grown over 40 different varieties of tomatoes using a Tower Garden. Although tomatoes give a bountiful harvest when growing aeroponically,  in our opinion, they are average in taste during the hotter months of the summer…. Since we started farming with Tower...

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Aromatic Herbs on a Tower Garden

Aromatic Herbs on a Tower Garden

Most herbs grown aeroponically on a tower give a faster and a higher crop yield as well as a superior nutrient content than their counterparts grown in the soil (except rosemary based on our comparative tests.). From a cooking standpoint, aside from enhanced flavors,...

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Growing Aeroponic Chard on a Tower Garden

Growing Aeroponic Chard on a Tower Garden

Chard seeds sprout quickly and seedlings are usually ready to plant into the tower within 7 to 10 days. After running many different comparative tests, we advise to grow only 1 to 2 varieties maximum per tower: some types of chard grow bigger leaves which might...

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Growing Brussels Sprouts on a Tower Garden

Growing Brussels Sprouts on a Tower Garden

Brussels Sprouts look like mini cabbages since they are members of the same cruciferous vegetable family (i.e. cauliflower, broccoli, etc.). If you want to increase the size of your Brussels Sprouts, topping them off (chopping off the head of the plant) allows the...

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Growing cabbages aeroponically on a Tower Garden

Growing cabbages aeroponically on a Tower Garden

Like cauliflowers, aside from being heavy plants to grow vertically, cabbages products massive outer leaves which block the upper and lower planting sections from where the plant is located. We advise to plant on the second section of the tower from the bottom rather...

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Growing Cauliflower on a Tower Garden

Growing Cauliflower on a Tower Garden

Growing cauliflowers on a Tower Garden is time-consuming and space demanding. Cauliflowers are more difficult to grow than cabbages as they can show unpredictable disappointing results including underdeveloped heads and/or poor curd quality. We advise you to grow...

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Aeroponic Spinach on a Tower Garden

Aeroponic Spinach on a Tower Garden

Spinach grows well on aeroponic towers, giving a truly superior mouthwatering crop. When preparing the seedlings, it is important to do so in a pitch dark room (20°C/ 70°F maximum) in an effort to maximize the success ratio of your seedlings (spinach seedlings can be...

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