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Today, over thirty years later, General Hydroponics is a leading innovator in the field of hydroponics with factories in North America and Europe. Our products are used by NASA in preparation for hydroponics on the International Space Station. Numerous laboratories and universities throughout the world use our products for teaching and research; other clients use our products for commercial crop production as well as high-tech gardening. Recognizing the importance of the growing international market for hydroponic technology, we are pleased that our staff is fluent in many languages.
Our facility is located in Sebastopol, California. We have over ten acres for testing new crops, hydroponic systems, nutrients and related technologies. Our factory consists of 45,000 square feet (5,000 square meters) of modern industrial space. With these facilities we are developing new hydroponic systems and perfecting nutrient formulas to enhance flavor and yield plus vitamin and mineral content in food crops for higher nutritional value. Our farm division is testing many varieties of vegetables for growth rate, yield, flavor, nutrition, appearance, shelf-life and hydroponic viability. We are able to recommend a wide variety of gourmet fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers and ornamentals for hydroponic cultivation. We are testing a variety of different hydroponic techniques plus traditional "organic" methods in soil to determine the best ways to grow top-quality crops.
We've never lost sight of our goal, to push the edge in hydroponic technology. Our first objective is to be the best, to produce the best and to lead in technology, quality and innovation.
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