We are on a mission to change the way we think about food.

We are on a mission to transform our mindset about food. This will be accomplished by addressing global food security, increasing production yield, & utilizing advanced aeroponic technology to minimize the consumption of resources.
Aeroponics Integrated Systems, Inc. (“Aerobloom”), a California corporation, is the developer and owner of proprietary aeroponics cultivation systems. Aerobloom’s founder and Chief Innovation Officer, Dale Devore, has devoted over thirty years to the development of aeroponics technology, testing and refining each subsequent version by growing crops such as peppers, tomatoes, and cannabis. As the development of aeroponics progressed, Devore frequently collaborated with NASA-funded scientists in the development of his own proprietary aeroponics system.

Aeroponics is a cultivation method in which plant roots are suspended in air without entangling into a physical medium, and are fed via a fine mist or fog system. Aerobloom has been transforming agriculture while remaining cognizant of the well-being of the planet and of the people who inhabit it. The latest breakthroughs in indoor aeroponic farming, artificial intelligence, and plant biology are employed to improve the way in which fresh produce is grown and distributed, both locally & globally.

At Aerobloom we are on a mission to change the way we think about our food.

We are on a mission to transform our mindset about food.  This will be accomplished by addressing global food security, increasing production yield, and utilizing advanced aeroponic technology to minimize the consumption of resources.

Global Food Security

Climate change is causing increasingly severe weather conditions and droughts, which makes it quite difficult for farmers to produce enough food using traditional methods. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) predicts that the growing food security crisis will only worsen over the next thirty years.

With the increasing world population and accompanying concerns over the consumption of water and paucity of available land, Aerobloom aeroponics is the way to support global food security.

global food security
global food security

Global Food Security

Climate change is causing increasingly severe weather conditions and droughts, which makes it quite difficult for farmers to produce enough food using traditional methods. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) predicts that the growing food security crisis will only worsen over the next thirty years.


With the increasing world population and accompanying concerns over the consumption of water and paucity of available land, Aerobloom aeroponics is the way to support global food security.

Creating Agricultural  Tech Solutions

Aerobloom strives to make a difference by blending new technology with traditional agriculture. In many parts of the world, harsh environmental conditions due to climate change are making traditional farming practices increasingly problematic. The widespread adoption and implementation of agricultural technology has the potential to provide a solution to many of these concerns.

Our System

Aerobloom has a proprietary, patent-pending aeroponics cultivation system that is capable of reliably achieving two to six times the crop yields of the current leading hydroponics methods in use today. Due to an increased speed of maturity, the Aerobloom system also often allows for one to multiple additional crop cycles per year.

The Aerobloom Method
Increased Yields & Lower Costs

Our System

Aerobloom has a proprietary, patent-pending aeroponics cultivation system that is capable of reliably achieving two to six times the crop yields of the current leading hydroponics methods in use today. Due to an increased speed of maturity, the Aerobloom system also often allows for one to multiple additional crop cycles per year.

Why Aerobloom?

Aerobloom uses proprietary hybrid technology that combines aspects of hydroponics with state-of-the-art aeroponics techniques, which reduce water consumption by 95% as compared to traditional agriculture and by 45% from most hydroponic systems, while also producing quality crops at increased yields. Aerobloom intends to utilize this system to produce high quality tomatoes, bell peppers and cannabis while remaining environmentally conscious.