The Hyperponic CropTowerTM is a technologically advanced growing system that provides growers with a complete computer-controlled environment and nutrition management system to facilitate increased quality and consistency, faster production, reduced space requirement and better yields at lower costs.
Hyperponic is committed to consistently improving its design and equipment, while maintaining its focus on growing organically and providing the smallest footprint when it comes to nutrition, pest control, power, water, and use of space.
As part of these endeavors, Hyperponic has been researching multiple lighting options that could support their goals of vertical growing with increased efficiency, lower cost, and more profit for its customers. In a head-to-head test, Hyperponic’s team evaluated several lighting options, including Violet Gro LED Grow Lights, and has chosen Violet Gro as the primary lighting source for its patent-pending CropTowerTM.
“The Violet Gro LED Grow Lights give us consistent, high quality output with lower direct energy costs, and with substantially less heat, meaning lower HVAC costs for a facility,” said Doug Fyvolent, Managing Partner of Hyperponic. “Their approach to using technologically advanced lighting to provide better yields at lower costs is extremely synergistic with the goals and values of our company,” added Fyvolent.
“Violet Gro LED Grow Lights were designed, utilizing patented technology from their parent company, Violet Defense, to be an energy-efficient lighting solution for indoor grow facilities that provide the optimized light spectrum and intensity plants need for healthy yields, without increasing ongoing operating expenses,” said Kurt Kucera, President of Violet Gro.
Each 8′ Violet Gro LED Grow Light bar used by the Hyperponic towers only requires 200W of power per fixture, producing far less heat than traditional grow lights and most of the other LED options on the market, and requires no maintenance over the expected life of the product.
With the continued growth of the cannabis industry, these integrated grow systems will allow for expansion into existing markets such as California and Colorado, but also into new territories, including Oklahoma, Michigan, North Carolina, South Carolina, and even into South Africa, which recently removed CBD from its controlled substance list, expanding the marketplace internationally.