Students Love ThisStudents are naturally drawn to the plants, and when they learn how it all functions, their senses take over and the journey begins.


From the moment students see it, they respond. Tested on students of every age and grade level, with visits to our facility, this is one program with a huge WOW factor. Students will engage in, and operate, the most advanced agricultural equipment in the world. Proudly developed and made in the USA, patented vertical aeroponics grow more food in less space than anything else.

Children are exposed to technology at a young age. To keep pace with these advancements, teachers must use technologically advanced tools and techniques in the classroom to keep students interactive, involved, and excited about learning.

Want to use technology to enhance your elementary classroom with the most advanced vertical aeroponic indoor farming system?

Looking for ideas to get your middle school students to understand how different parts of a system work, or interacts within the world we live?

Students can immerse themselves into real world issues and learn how to define and solve them through interaction, teamwork, research, and experimentation.

Students learn by actively operating an in-classroom vertical aeroponic garden. Easy to use, and maintain.

Designed, patented, and built in the U.S.A., the unit is State of the Art, with many lesson plans that can be developed around it.

Helps your students develop their own interests in the areas of STEAM. It is fun, clean, engaging and students of all ages really love to use it!

Grades 9-12

Increase students’ critical thinking through the design of a product, system, or environment that provides solutions to practical problems; emphasizing on connecting school topics to real world opportunities and entrepreneurialism. Students can experiment in the science of multi-planetary food productivity, food production in otherwise inhospitable climates and geographical areas, efficiency, viability, and sustainability.
Students and educators can create a business with the food output and use for in-house cafeteria supplies, donate to food banks, or create an operating business to sell the produce. The proceeds can be re-invested into the school to fund future projects, events, or class functions. Aside from STEAM initiatives, students will learn the business acumen of: inventory controls, distribution, accounting principles, manufacturing, marketing, production, and micro/macro-economics.

Grades 6-8

Continuing from grade school lessons, middle school students will build on the foundations of what they have already learned.
Lesson plans can be derived from real-world issues such as:
  1. Lack of resources
  2. Climate change
  3. Natural disasters
  4. Geographical climate factors that affect
    1. Food production
    2. Farming
    3. Population on a local and global level
Students can identify: social, economic, and environmental problems and research, collaborate, and identify potential solutions. Once students have identified the problem, they can begin to recommend, or conduct, experiments to resolve the issue(s) using the scientific method.
Students will research/ anticipate problems, construct/ define explanations, predict outcomes, analyze results, and make conclusions based on observations or hypotheses. This interactive process of learning will allow students to learn by application instead of memorization.


Students will learn by actively participating in the learning process by:
  1. Selection of plant growth, germination of seeds and the harvest process
  2. Conducting routine water quality tests
  3. Learning about optimal environments for specific plant life
  4. Giving presentations to other students or classes about the plant life-cycle
This results in students learning, and understanding, the plant life-cycle, and the relationship between plants to water, nutrients, and light. “This initial step provides standards-based structured inquiry-based and real world problem-based learning, connecting all four of the STEM subjects” (Hom, 2014).
Hom, E. (2014, February 11). What is STEM Edcation. Retrieved from LIVESCIENCE: