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Written by Vivian Rugsland, Jesse Mann, and Amy Storey

What crops can I grow in the ZipGrow Towers™?

Most greens, herbs, and many fruiting crops can be grown in ZipGrow Towers. Rooting crops like carrots or turnips don't do well.
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Written by Vivian Rugsland
Updated over a week ago

What is included with the Tower packs?

ZipGrow Towers and Matrix Media, Wicking Strips, and Hanging Hooks
Written by Jesse Mann
Updated over a week ago

Where are other farmers?

There are hundreds of ZipGrow Farmers across the world, from France to Singapore and beyond. Here are a few.
Written by Jesse Mann
Updated over a week ago

Where is my download?

Either on the store page where you made the purchase, or in your spam email folder.
Written by Jesse Mann
Updated over a week ago

Are ZipGrow systems able to be organic certified?

ZipGrow Towers can be certified as organic, but organic certification might not be the best option for your farm.
Written by Jesse Mann
Updated over a week ago

How many plants can fit in each ZipGrow Tower™?

A 5-foot Tower can fit 8-10 lettuce sized plants or 5-8 basil-sized plants, depending on variety.
Written by Jesse Mann
Updated over a week ago

What is included with the Farm Wall?

Towers, gutters, pump & plumbing parts, nutrients, and wicking strips.
Written by Jesse Mann
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How much do ZipGrow Towers™ weigh?

Standard 5-foot ZipGrow Towers weigh about 9 lbs apiece, plus vegetation and water when planted.
Written by Jesse Mann
Updated over a week ago

How do I size my pump?

How to figure out your flow rate (gallons per hour), measure your head height, and choose an inline vs. submersible pump.
Written by Amy Storey
Updated over a week ago

What is Matrix Media™?

About the media inside ZipGrow Towers, what it's made of, and why we use Matrix Media instead of other media.
Written by Amy Storey
Updated over a week ago

What is the Tower pricing structure?

Pricing depends on length and quantity.
Written by Amy Storey
Updated over a week ago