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NewGardens LLC
Location: University of Nevada Reno NAES Mail Stop: 221 1664 North Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada, United States United States
Founded in: 2005
Stage: Napkin (idea)
Number of employees: 1-5
Funding history:
- Date: 11/2011, Seed: $2.5 M (post valuation: undisclosed amount).
Investors: To Be Determined
- Date: 11/2011, Acquisition: undisclosed amount
Acquirer: To Be Determined
Short URL: vator.co/we-grow-food-in-air
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NewGardens LLC

We Grow Food In Air
Startup/business
Reno, Nevada, United States United States
http://www.newgardensllc.com

NewGardens is the first commercial turnkey aeroponic company in the world. We are a combination of cutting edge technology, cultivation of exotic crops, sales and distribution in the 21st century. We design & build made-to-order automated, computerized, and controlled aeroponic systems and unique sustainable greenhouses. “We grow food in air”

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Company description

NewGardens is the first commercial turnkey aeroponic company in the world. We are a combination of cutting edge technology, cultivation of specialty/exotic produce/fruit, sales and distribution in the 21st century. We design & build made-to-order automated, computerized, and controlled aeroponic systems and unique sustainable greenhouses. “We grow food in air”


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Business model

 

Cultivation, sale and distribution of exotic/specialty produce and fruits grown aeroponically to un-served high – end restaurant and resorts industry.

 

Competitive advantage

 

NewGardens is the first and the only commercial turnkey aeroponic company in the world. The technology benefits are significant and undeniable, and the applications immense. 

Our aeroponic technology optimizes food yields, flavor and nutrition; extends shelf life; offers herbicide and pesticide residue-free, and pathogen-free produce, which are environmentally-friendly and sustainable, using fewer resources specially water.    

Water waste problem is becoming a world emergency, which is now involving countries traditionally rich in this precious possession. Therefore, the science of aeroponics will be the primary method of supplying scientists in space stations with fresh food and large-scale farming in areas of weak or malnourished soil conditions