Ever wonder about starting a rewarding a career in commercial hydroponics? Rapidly becoming the new standard in growing environments, greenhouses can provide a year-round optimum growing environment regardless of the weather outside. Think what that could mean for you as a grower. While others wait for the growing season to begin, you could already be growing amazing tomatoes and selling them at a premium price because of the demand! And tomatoes are just a start. Lettuce is also a very popular product, along with other herbs and vegetables.
CropKing offers a controlled environment greenhouse package specifically designed for producing hydroponic vegetable crops. A significant advance over conventional glass hothouses of the past, CropKing greenhouses utilize energy-efficient double covers constructed with the latest polymer technology to keep fuel costs to a minimum. The design of a CropKing greenhouse allows it to stand up to high winds and heavy snow anywhere in the U.S., and still maintain ideal growing conditions inside.
Everything You Need
A complete greenhouse package includes heating, cooling, and ventilation equipment, as well as dehumidification, optional floor heating, computerized environmental controller and automated nutrient injection system. We have done the work for you in sourcing and configuring our greenhouse packages from reputable and dependable greenhouse garden supply distributers, so you won't end up with equipment that doesn't work well together.
Customized Nutrient Formula
Where other companies offer pre-blended, "one mix fits all" nutrient formulas, CropKing will develope the proper nutrient program based on your water source. You can work with our technical staff to conduct periodic subsequent analysis to keep your nutrients optimized for your target crops.
CropKing's gutter connect greenhouse construction allows for easy expandability, preserving your initial investment. Start with a base unit and add more units as needed. If you are planning to expand within a few years, we can even upsize some of the equipment to save money for future expansions.