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US: Opcom Farm introduces two high-tech hydroponic home gardening systems
Eldon Su, general manager for OPCOM Link USA, says anyone can grow organic, healthy herbs, plants, vegetables and ornamental plants indoors year-round with the new vertical GrowWall and tabletop GrowBox.
“Our systems allow people to grow as if they are outdoors, but without the limitations of weather,” says Su. “We provide sophisticated, yet easy-to-use products that support gardening trends, whether at home, the office or classroom, in any climate or part of the world.”
The GrowWall uses a patented water circulating system to recycle 99 percent of its water. Using a vertical garden design it is able to nurture any type of plant creating a natural air purifying system. The cost efficient LED lights and central control panel save gardeners time, money and energy.
The GrowWall comes with a starter set of seeds, seedling germination sponge and germination box for $499.
“Our GrowWall creates a very important connection between the gardener and the garden, making it easy to grow any plant. It’s ideal for the beginner to advanced garden enthusiast in virtually any setting,” said Su.
People can grow plants, vegetables or up to 50 healthy herbs, as well as nutrient-packed sprouts in the GrowBox. This new tabletop system is $399 and comes fully adjustable to accommodate plants of various sizes.
The GrowBox uses sensors to monitor temperature, humidity, water pH, and more. Four patented multi-wavelength LED lamps help plants grow to reach their full potential.
The GrowWall and GrowBox act as indoor forests and can provide fresh air and fresh food indoors while also creating attractive living displays in any home, office, school or public venue.
“We’re ecstatic about the launch of our new design-forward products at Cultivate ‘16,” said Su. “They provide people with the healthiest food and plants possible, freshen the air and elevate moods.”
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