508-533-8737 or 508-533-6158
"GET OUT OF THE DIRT"
By using Hydro-Stackers you can increase your fruit and vegetable yield while decreasing the garden space needed.
Plants commonly grown in hydrostackers include:
Strawberries, tomatoes, lettuce, cabbage, spinach, peas, basil, and dill, as well as hundreds of other plants.
"Our manual growing systems keep you involved in the plant life cycle by you determining the watering schedule. Or pick an electric unit which includes a pump and timer (you will need to get your own reservoir, we prefer large 38 gallon trash-cans) for worry-free growing. Just fill the reservoir up as needed (about once every two weeks), and let the sun do all the work. Virtually any plant that can be grown in soil can be grown in a Hydro-Stacker unit (obviously large plants like trees won't fare well). Pick up a couple of manual units for the corners of your driveway, flowers will grow so large they will look like shrubs! Purchase a manual unit and place each pot on the ground instead of in a stack, we've grown cucumbers, onions, and even pumpkins just utilizing a pot as a base."
From ten-thousand plant farms to multi-million plant farms, hydrostackers are the best way to increase yields of all your vegetables!
Take the guess work and inaccuracies out of chemicals and fertilizers with the automated injection systems and misters
Eliminate waste from inefficient irrigation
Hydrostackers are perfect for starting up your own u-pick vegetable garden
Farms that have greenhouses are able to greatly increase their growing season, and some even have the ability to harvest crops year round.
Hydrostackers offer a high rate of production which is ideal for schools or companies interested in having pure and fresh produce.
The extended growing seasons and increased crop yields, in combination with not having to pay any transportion cost, makes hydrostackers an economically viable option.
Being sustainable does not require hundreds of acres like it did before. Hydrostackers require very little space to produce large quantities of goods.
If you want to teach your students about plant growing cylces, hydrostackers would be the perfect tool to witness the process first hand.
Limited space is no problem and we would be able to make custom models for the specific area.
We are working with the Hydro-stacker Company to bring you the most comprehensive and efficient form of vertical hydroponic growing systems that there is available. There are many imitations out there, but the years of experience and dedication to perfecting this innovative system of growing has brought Hydro-stackers to the top of the field.
We are the Hydro-stacker distributor for the Massachusetts area. Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine and Connecticut are the states we primarily do our business in, but we are not limited to these states. We are not able to ship out of the country however.
We are able to ship out as many hydrostacker units as you would like. For larger farms, we aid in the planning and the construction of the units. We also have large inventories of nutrient and vermerculite mix as well as any other products or spare parts you may need.
Classes are held for anyone who would like to learn more about hydroponics or the setting up of their units. Classes cover the basic construction of the units themselves and what to expect from the hydrostackers. They include a tour of our own operation as well. Looking at the finshed product first hand gives you an idea of how everything comes together. There is a great deal of information to take away from the classes and retaining all of it is a rather large challenge. Therefore, we do offer instructional videos that you can take home.
*Class schedule will be comming soon
To see the Hydro-stackers in action, starting in the middle of June, we will have an entire greenhouse filled with strawberries designated for U-pick. So stop by and taste for yourself the fresh and pure fruit that you could be growing in the future.
For more information or questions give us a call, at 508-533-8737 - or stop by our farm at 887 Lincoln St. Franklin, MA 02038 - Contact Us/Directions
This picture was taking during the construction of the Hydro-stackers in our greenhouse, which is currently home to thirteen-thousand strawberry plants.