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Announcing the Launching of Growponics Puerto Rico

Growponics is happy to announce the launch of GrowPonics-Puerto Rico (GP-PR). The company began building a state of the art automated Hydroponics Greenhouses project in the municipality of Isabela, Puerto Rico.  The GP-PR facilities are being installed within... read more

Safer Romaine Lettuce

Watch the C8 article on our farm in Guilford, Connecticut to see how we grow the best quality lettuce. As of the recent weeks, the largest E.Coli outburst since 2006.  While some of the incidents were connected to Romaine lettuce from a farm in Yuma, Arizona,... read more

First Harvest in Growponics Turkey

We are proud and excited to share that this week we have had our first harvest in our new Growponics HGF in Turkey. Scroll down to see the gorgeous colorful lettuce varieties, and how about this amazing Turkish spinach? Special thanks and congratulations to our... read more

See Our Connecticut Farm on US NEWS8

If you ever wondered how it looks like inside our hydroponic farm at Connecticut, now you can see for yourself: watch this 2 minutes video by News8 to see how we grow the most beautiful lettuce in the midst of... read more

Hydroponic or Organic?

Different countries have different view whether hydroponic crops can be labeled organic. Both growing methods attempt to do the same thing: grow high-quality crops at minimum resources. Organic agriculture is based on growing in soil, with natural plant/animal manure... read more

Hydroponics Lettuce Yields 11 Times More Produce

Research: Hydroponics Lettuce Yields 11 Times More Produce and Saves 250 Times on Water Compared to Conventional Grown A recent Research conducted in Arizona, lettuce growing capital of the US, compared lettuce growing using hydroponics vs. conventional agriculture.... read more

Watch New Chinese Video from Weifang Project

The new video presents the ambitious project in Weifang, Shandong, China. The high-tech automated hydroponic greenhouse is growing leafy greens as lettuce and bock choy, as well as various vine crops (cucumbers, peppers, bitter gourd, tomatoes and strawberries).

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First Project in the East Coast

First Project in the East Coast Growponics Ltd, through its American subsidiary Growponics USA Inc., has started building its first project in the east coast. First produce is expected early winter 2016. Latest News Announcing the Launching of Growponics Puerto Rico... read more