FruitHydroSinni, an Italian company specializing in the production and marketing of products from hydroponic and aeroponic systems, is launching its new large-volume recovery planters on the market, designed for vertical installations.
"Many companies have reached out to us over the last few years, asking for training, assistance, and advice in planning their aeroponic and hydroponic crops. To meet these needs, we designed an affordable planter that could not only be agronomically efficient but also long-lasting, thus abandoning the idea of metal structures, which can easily deteriorate," said Ivan Santarcangelo, production manager of the aforementioned company.
Anna Cirigliano and Ivan Santarcangelo
"The FruitHydroSinni planter we are introducing to the market is black and made of recycled and recyclable plastics. It can hold up to 5 seedlings and is ideal for multiple crops, such as strawberries, basil, tomatoes, parsley, beans, turnips, and other vegetables. Because it can be stacked on top of each other, it makes it possible to create towers of even several meters in height, supported at the edges by thin iron wires to ensure greater stability. On a linear area of 40 meters, 80 towers can be installed, each measuring 1.30 meters in height and with a total capacity of 4,000 planted plants."
"These solutions are designed to optimize space and also to be able to guarantee the farmer easier management of the plant. After the cultivation production cycle is finished, the removal and sanitation of each individual planter can be done. The water and fertilizer savings are guaranteed, as well as faster and more lush plants. It also facilitates fruit harvesting, and in addition, there is a significant increase in yields per square meter, with a product that is low in nickel and histamine."
FruitHydroSinni has already submitted an application for EU-wide patent coverage.