12 Jun '15, 5pm

Texas EZGro Garden allows anyone, anywhere to grow crops vertically

Larry Johnson used to be a computer guy in Texas, but then he decided he wanted to work outside instead. Although he didn’t know much about plants at the time, Johnson got into vertical farming and designed a growing system much in the way he approached computer software—essentially, building up. EzGro Garden is the result of that effort: a modular, scalable vertical container garden that can be used by anyone, almost anywhere, to grow just about anything.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/texas-ezgro-garden-allows-anyone-any...

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