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Simple, Mobile, Easy-To-Use Platforms For Your Home 

At HG Revolution by launching our HG Lifestyle vertical farms we aim to make our way into the average consumer’s home. We offer versions of our farms that are self-contained and temperature controlled. Smart gardens have existed for years now, but they’ve historically gotten the most adoption among startups and independent food producers selling to local retailers. 

Take a look at our HG Lifestyle range and begin your journey and join the HG Revolution by growing your very own pesticide free, nutrient dense herbs and vegetables.

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Feasibility Study When it comes to asses

Automatic nutrient dosing - 24/7 environmental monitoring - Automated pH balancing - Optional drying racks - Responsive LED lighting


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Our garden irrigation kits include everything you need to set up your irrigation system for the first time. If you are unsure of what to do, the detailed instructions will ensure you set it up correctly and can use your automated watering system effectively from day one. Kits typically include drippers, pipe stakes and clips, supply hoses, micro-sprays, tap adaptors, or connectors, to name a few. Each irrigation kit's contents will be dependent on the exact type of irrigation system you are looking for. 


Aquaponics is essentially organic cultivation of plants and animals together in a re-circulating closed system (water tank), using water instead of potting mixes. Technically speaking it is a combination of aquaculture (fish farming) and hydroponics (soil-less plant culture). Although there are currently a limited number of commercial aquaponic operators, many people are expressing a strong interest in this intensive method of food production.

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The Pesticide Effect

A large part of the food we eat contains traces of several different chemical pesticides. When several chemical pesticides are used together, the overall effect on people and the environment can be exacerbated.

In conventional agriculture, a mixture of chemicals is used to control weeds, insects and fungal infestations. But the chemicals also spread to the soil, groundwater, lakes, seas and streams. And when the various substances are mixed and interacted, they can exacerbate each other’s dangerous effects. This is what is called the cocktail effect.

"As many as 92 percent of the oranges, 87 percent of the pears and 64 percent of the apples in the samples had pesticide residues."

In order to highlight the risk with the cocktail effect, the Soil Association – the UK’s equivalent of KRAV – together with the interest organization Pesticide Action Network, has produced the report The Cocktail Effect. The report shows that over a third of all fruits and vegetables analyzed by the UK Control Authority contained residues of more than one chemical pesticide. As many as 92 percent of the oranges, 87 percent of the pears and 64 percent of the apples in the sample had pesticide residues.

"Chemical pesticides are one of the reasons why the world's insect species are on the decline"

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