Who is Aerobloom?

At Aerobloom, we are changing the way that the world grows crops with the introduction of our patent-pending A.I. smart farming aeroponics system that uses 95% less water than traditional agriculture and 45% less water than hydroponics systems.

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 bell peppers and tomatoes. As the development of aeroponics progressed, Devore frequently collaborated with NASA-funded scientists in the development of his own proprietary aeroponics system.

Cutting-Edge Agriculture Technology

Aerobloom’s technology has been in development for thirty years and aims to solve global food security concerns in the face of climate change with A.I. assistance and smart farming technology.

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 and globally.

Research & Development

Under the direction of Richard Stoner, who often compared notes with Aerobloom’s Chief Innovation Officer Dale Devore, NASA funded a major aeroponics research project during the 1990s and early 2000s. The researchers claim that the aeroponic system developed has the capacity to “reduce water usage by 98%, reduce fertilizer usage by 95%, reduce pesticide usage by 99%, [and] increase crop yields by 45% to 75%.” 

After ten years of trial and error, Aerobloom’s aeroponics systems had already integrated developments that solved the primary issues still unaddressed by the competition. The following twenty years were spent privately testing hundreds of system variations, each refined with the primary focus of further increasing crop yields while maintaining efficiency. This has resulted in Aerobloom’s proprietary growing system, which consistently produces substantially higher crop yields than aeroponics and hydroponics systems currently available to the agricultural market.

Less Water
Less Land
Less Electricity

Where we’re going

Since NASA’s original research demonstrated the potential advantages of aeroponics, a handful of companies have introduced commercial aeroponic systems to the market. They have been largely avoided due to reliability issues and minor yield increases as compared to hydroponics. Those systems generally require a sterile nutrient solution and roots in order to operate without critical issues, which deprive plants of the disease and pest resistance benefits that live symbiotic microbial cultures provide.

Aerobloom’s unique technology has the capability to seriously address global food security issues caused by climate change, by incorporating artificial Intelligence and advanced root control techniques. It can bring needed improvements to efficiency and resource conservation in large agriculture. The growing systems represent a quantum leap in crop yields and efficiency from all other known cultivation systems currently available to the agricultural market. Aerobloom near-autonomous farming will address issues with the present worldwide phenomenon of shrinking availability of farming labor.