AUTOCROP Systems to be on Display at Cultivate’18
(Verona, Virginia – June 19, 2018) AUTOCROP (www.autocropusa.com), a complete automated growing system for commercial vertical farms or home and small business will be on display at booth 1214 at Cultivate’18 in Columbus, Ohio July 15-17th.
AUTOCROP is an international brand with locations in the United States, Europe, and Asia. The AUTOCROP team consists of scientists, growth and nutrient specialists, engineers, designers, and product managers.
The AUTOCROP product is different because it combines hydroponic racking, LED grow lighting, programmable nutrient monitoring stations, automated irrigation and fertigation pumps, and more into one complete turnkey solution for growers.
AUTOCROP is a scalable solution, and for growers involved in large commercial vertical farming applications, the system can be custom-tailored to provide a solution unique to the crop choice for the grower. The value proposition for the industrial system is that it allows the grower to cost-effectively produce high quality, better yielding crops in less time and in less space than with traditional farming. The vertical system available now employs hydroponic growth techniques so there is no soil involved, but water-based growing within a controlled environment. This eliminates the need for pesticides or herbicides with the resulting outcome being fresh, healthy, safe crop maturity.
AUTOCROP also offers a smaller system designed for restaurant, home, or office use. The LF-ONE gives growers the benefit of producing a variety of plants and vegetables 365 days a year from their own personal “little farm.” LF-ONE is an easy-to-assemble unit capable of producing 54 mature plants during one growth cycle. The unit comes complete with a programmable logic controller, LED grow lighting, starter nutrient kit, and modular design that fits well into a variety of spaces.
Both systems are more fully detailed at www.autocropusa.com and are distributed by GrowPulse, Inc. (www.growpulse.com).
AUTOCROP has United States headquarters in Central Virginia approximately 2 ½ hours from Washington, D.C. The facility is in the heart of a traditional agricultural community, and within proximity to major interstates, rail, and commercial airports.
Cultivate’18 is presented by AmericanHort and takes place at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. The event is one of the premier trade events in the horticulture industry and draws attendees from some 30 countries and all 50 states. For more on Cultivate’18, please visit their website at www.cultivate18.org.