Years of research have make possible to obtain the GardenSoxx system, that is the best container in which to grow vegetables, fruits, weed and flowers.
Agricultural researches show that crops grown with the GardenSoxx approach, are healthier, more productive and with an higher probability to sell them.
RESEARCH CENTER USDA
Tests have shown that planting strawberries in these flexible tubes significantly reduced incidence of black root rot and increased yields 16- to 32-fold.
A 2006 study by the USDA Agricultural Research Service showed that perennial strawberries planted in GardenSoxx are less susceptible to black root rot and produce more marketable fruit than those planted in unfumigated, unamended soils. GardenSoxx mesh provides optimum drainage, protecting crops from disease-prone soil conditions. Our composted GrowingMedia also helps suppress plant pathogens.
Using a scale of 1 to 5—with 5 being totally free of root rot—USDA researchers rated the root health of strawberries grown in GardenSoxx. All but one scored 4 or 5, while the strawberries grown without the compost ranged from 1 to 3, except for one rating of 4. The study also showed a 16- to 32-fold increase in yields.
CREASED YIELD, BETTER QUALITY
A subsequent USDA study conducted in 2009 measured the concentrations of compounds contributing to fruit quality. These included various sugars, organic acids (compounds that contribute to flavour quality), and pigments that are a rich source of antioxidants. As you can see from the results summarized here, compared to matted row and plasticulture systems, strawberries grown in GardenSoxx have significantly more sugar content, flavour, colour, and antioxidants—an average of 23% more!
From March to November 2013 we grew nearly 1,000 pounds of food on 1/10 of an acre at our test farm–a testament to the performance of GardenSoxx.
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