BUENA PARK, CA--(Marketwire -10/30/11)- GreenGro Technologies (Pinksheets: GRNH.PK - News) today announced shipment of its first orders of commercial and consumer vertical gardening systems to retailers in California. The new products, based upon the patent pending design acquired from Vertical Hydrogarden Inc. earlier this year, provide cost effective, eco-friendly, and space saving designs for both commercial and consumer gardeners and cultivators.
"We're excited to get these fantastic products into the marketplace," said Dave Rudat, President of GreenGro Technologies Inc. "Our partnership with VHI and the patent pending design let us offer customers in all budget ranges the ability to garden and cultivate using vertical technology. Now, we can focus on building our retail sales channel so consumers throughout the United States can start using our products for themselves."
The vertical cultivation systems are available in consumer models designed for a balcony, or inside growing area, while the commercial units are larger in scale for use in industrial applications such as cruise ships, hotels, warehouses and other applications where space and power consumption are of concern. Prices for the GreenGro vertical wall system range from $999.00 to $5999.00. A number of options are also available.
"GreenGro plans to be a major force in the future of Green Farming Technologies," said Rudat. We will have further announcements soon that add to our growing line of proprietary products, and provide adequate distribution channels to ensure our products are accessible in the marketplace."
About GreenGro: GreenGro Technologies (Pinksheets: GRNH.PK - News) is a vertically integrated technology company which designs, manufactures and markets green eco-friendly sustainable vertical cultivation systems. The company's products and services are targeted toward consumers, nurseries and industrial farming operations. http://www.greengrotech.com.
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