Aeroponics is a cultivation method which consumes up to 95% less water than traditional agriculture, and 45% less water than hydroponic crops. It is the most water-efficient method, and Aerobloom’s aeroponic systems are capable of producing the highest harvest yields per acre by increasing potential yields by two to six times.
Aeroponics underwent significant development in the 1980s with funding from NASA, who wanted to research methods for how astronauts could grow crops for food in space without the use of fertile soil while reducing water consumption up to 95%.
As aeroponics developed, Aerobloom’s Chief Innovation Officer Dale Devore frequently collaborated with these NASA-funded scientists and began the development of his own proprietary aeroponics system.
After thirty years of development on those systems, the technology has finally caught up to Devore’s vision and Aerobloom is ready to launch its cutting-edge agriculture technology with the hope of providing a global food security solution in the face of the existing climate change crisis.