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  • Maximize your nutrition with our revolutionary home gardening system, harnessing the power of hydroponics
  • The only system of its kind that grows all three crop types: Leafy Greens, Microgreens and Proteins Beans
  • Optimized environmental conditions and nutrient availability in the Aquatree promote faster crop growth
  • Grow abundant, organic, nutrient-dense crops in less than one week with the Aquatree
Aquatree® Garden: ATL2 – 2 Level for Lettuce, Microgreens and Proteins
Retail Price: $559.00
The ATL2 provides the capability to grow abundant Leafy Greens, Herbs, Microgreens or Protein Beans and adds another level to grow even more Microgreens and Protein Beans.

Included in Package

  • 2 Level Aquatree
  • 10 Micro Lids
  • 5 Garden Lids with 25 Cones
  • 1 Microgreen and 1 Garden Light
  • 1 Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Plug
  • 1 Aquatree Cleaning Brush
  • 1 Aquatree Scoop
  • 1 Starter Kit $49 Value (4oz Mung, 4oz Radish Microgreens, 250mg Butterhead Lettuce, 8 oz nutrients and 25 Growfoams)
  • 1 User Guide

Dimensions

  • Diameter: 19 inches
  • Height: 22 inches

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With the Aquatree Garden hydroponic grow tower, you no longer need a large backyard or a traditional garden to grow your own food. Its compact design and efficient system make it suitable for any space, whether it’s a small apartment balcony or a spacious backyard.

The Aquatree’s unique water flow and lighting system create the perfect environment for plants to thrive. The water flow ensures that plants receive the right amount of hydration and nutrients, while the lighting replicates natural sunlight, promoting healthy growth.

One of the key features of the Aquatree is its innovative trays. These trays are designed to optimize space and allow for easy planting, harvesting and cleaning. You can grow a variety of vegetables, from leafy greens to microgreens, all in one system. The trays are also designed to be easily adjustable, allowing you to customize the setup based on your needs.

The Aquatree hydroponic garden is not only efficient but also sustainable. By using our organic seeds, and nutrients we help ensure that the food you grow is healthy and free from harmful chemicals. By growing your own food, you reduce your carbon footprint and contribute to a more sustainable future.

Gone are the days of relying on grocery stores for fresh produce. With the Aquatree, you have access to a constant supply of organic, nutrient-dense vegetables right at your fingertips. Say goodbye to pesticides and preservatives, and say hello to a healthier and more sustainable way of growing and consuming food. The Aquatree has truly revolutionized the way we grow food, making it accessible to everyone, regardless of space limitations.

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  1. Amazing product for the Cruciferae microgreens (broccoli and black tatsoi from True Leaf Market in bulk bags is cheapest – no True Leaf has not paid me to write this). Cruciferae microgreens grow in 6 – 7 days, and they grow faster, bigger, greener, and taller with the more expensive “vegetable” light. They do fine with the microgreen light.

    I’m still experimenting a bit with getting the Cruciferae to sprout on just the trays based on the way I prefer to sprout, which is using the “weighted” method to drive the roots down into the hydroponic solution quickly. This requires I stack the trays on top of each other with a silicone mat on top of the seeds, which can then either lay on the tray or on a substrate like jute/hemp/coco coir. I spray the seeds twice a day with filtered water until they sprout, and I see roots coming out the bottom of the trays. I like to stack my trays, so I can use one weight on top of all 5 trays. See NOTE 1 below for why I use silicone mats (cut to size) on top of the seeds.

    So far, I’ve had more consistent success using a substrate like jute/hemp/coco coir than not.

    If you want baby greens in 10 – 20 days, use the Aquatree vegetable light and a substrate like coco coir or jute/hemp microgreen mats that you can buy in bulk rolls and cut to fit (let’s stay off the peat moss folks, though I’m sure it’d work). I noticed a bit of black mold on the bottom of the jute and hemp mats appearing and growing slowly between days 14 – 20, but the mold did not impede plant growth and easily cleaned off the tray. I did not see it move to the rest of the system, and I run my pumps for 10 minutes or so in hydrogen peroxide, dish soap, and hot water mix every 2 weeks in case anything undesirable tries to take up residence there.

    I haven’t had success with peas without coco coir or a jute/hemp mat substrate, though I’ve heard other growers say differently (maybe it’s the way I sprout them). I soak peas for 8 – 12 hours in a sprouter jar, rinse, and leave them to sprout some roots during the next 24 – 48 hours. Then, I put them on the coco coir (or another substrate the roots can grab onto), and stack the trays one on top of the other with a weight on top to force the roots down into the substrate. Leave them like this for 2 – 3 days, depending on the type of pea I’m sprouting. Once the roots are down in the substrate and I’ve got at least 1/4 of a green sprout on most of the peas, I move them into the Aquatree, where they green up and grow beautifully in another 3 days.

    NOTE 1: to keep the roots of one pea tray from digging into the substrate of the tray below, I have cut silicone mats into the shape of the sprout tray bottoms. I put these mats on top of the peas, and then the tray above does not “invade” the lower tray. And silicone is a one-time purchase, food safe, and washes in the dishwasher spectacularly (as in, minimizes throw-away products like wax paper or parchment paper, which also can be used to separate trays stacks on top of each other, but only have one use in them).

    NOTE 2: I gleaned the weighted sprouting method from watching the truly lovely young couple from On the Grow (nope – no economic benefit from them either). Their YouTube videos are very helpful if you are serious about microgreens.

    I’ve had mixed success with lettuces, but it may be the variety I tried planting. I did not use Aquatree’s seeds, which probably would work better. Some lettuces (like Flashy Trout’s back romaine) may like the Aquatree environment as well as the Aerogarden environment.

    Aquatree grows baby bok choy amazingly well and easily. I’m trialing baby tatsoi now, and it looks promising.

    Unless you hang a stronger light above the top row of your Aquatree, I don’t recommend trying the collards, kales, beet greens, or chard. They seem to need more light for quick, optimal hydroponic growth. These do better under the stronger Aerogarden lights.

    However, I have done just that (and eliminated my Aerogardens because I HATE how hard the Aerogarden is to clean – and parts melt in the dishwasher – and I can’t buy replacement parts. So, if something melts, I may have to pitch the whole thing into the trash.

    Aquatree for these reasons in the above paragraph is a far superior product to Aerogarden.

    I hope they make a stronger light ring some day! Until then, I have one of my Aquatrees under a Spider Farmer grow light to grow bigger plants like kale, collar, and Swiss chard baby greens. And the system works (which means cleans easily and grows quickly) very well.

    So, don’t expect tomatoes, but if you eat microgreens/baby greens or somewhat older greens, this is a fantastic product.

  2. I have encountered various challenges in accommodating my family’s dietary restrictions, prompting extensive efforts to cultivate a diverse array of greens and vegetables. After experimenting with numerous products available on the market, none have proven as effective as the Aquatree system. Its unparalleled ease of use and minimal maintenance requirements render it an exceptional choice. Consequently, I have replaced all alternative growing systems with the Aquatree, and even acquired a second unit. Its performance has truly impressed us, and we unequivocally endorse its superiority.

  3. The Aquatree system has been a delightful way to grow in my home. I have made attempts in the past at a DIY home growing systems before with limited success. Aquatree has removed all the problems I encountered before. The fresh microgreens, lettuce, and basil I’m growing in the middle of winter are tasty, healthy, fun to watch progress, and capture my kids’ interest as well!

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