Minoru Yoshida, Kazuo Kumura, Takaharu Yoshioka, Shinji Uchida: Water-storing tray for plant cultivation mat and arrangement thereof. Kyodo Ky Tec, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, July 3, 2001: US06253487 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention aims at providing the water-storing tray for the plant cultivation mat, with the concomittant objects of ameliorating the water irrigation function in the plant cultivation mat as well as of facilitating control of the water content in the soil. An additional object is to much ...

Leonard Edward Kosinski: Method of supporting plant growth using polymer fibers as a soil substitute. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, April 29, 2003: US06555219 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a soil substitute useful in supporting plant growth. More particularly, the present invention relates to biodegradable and non-biodegradable polymer fibers for use in plant cultivation.

Giampiero Fidotti: Container for the cultivation of plants. Sughrue Mion PLLC, February 6, 2007: US07171783 (12 worldwide citation)

A container (1) for the cultivation of plants is described, the container (1) comprising an inner container (2) for housing a plant cultivation medium (C), an outer container (3) fixed around the inner container (2) and provided with a bottom wall (5) arranged at a predetermined distance (df) from t ...

Bent Vestergaard: Cultivation block and a method for the manufacturing of same. Kosan, Kenyon & Kenyon, November 22, 1977: US04058931 (12 worldwide citation)

A plant cultivation and support structure in the form of a strongly hygroscopic block having a flat base, an indentation located in the top large enough to hold a seed or a seed pellet, an open bore leading from the bottom of the indentation to the base, and at least one transverse channel extending ...

Eifu Takayanagi: Plant cultivation method and apparatus. E T Harvest, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, August 22, 2000: US06105309 (12 worldwide citation)

The plant cultivation apparatus and plant cultivation method hasten the growth of a plant root without root injury even if the basic root has been sufficiently bathed in cultivation water solution, reduce a cost for competing with alleyway vegetables by reducing electric power consumption as much as ...

Seymour I Wittlin: Conductive temperature control system for plant cultivation. William J Thomashower, April 23, 1991: US05009029 (11 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for growing plants by controlling growing temperatures in conventional and hydroponic planting systems. Plants placed in a plant growing medium are contained in metal growing trays placed in contact with a closed metal piping system and disposed externally to and structurally ...

Jacques Duchateau, Christien Van den Bossche: Vitreous fertilizer compositions. BFG Glassgroup, Spencer & Kaye, June 15, 1982: US04334908 (11 worldwide citation)

A composition of matter for use as a vitreous fertilizer comprising a soluble vitreous constituent comprising the following ingredients: 35 to 55 moles %, P.sub.2 O.sub.5 ; less than 10 moles %, K.sub.2 O; and the balance to 100 moles %, CaO and/or MgO. The balance of the composition, if any, is con ...

Kei Mori: Plant cultivating device. Jordan and Hamburg, September 23, 1986: US04612726 (11 worldwide citation)

A plant cultivating device enables plant cultivation by effective use of the floor's dimension at a place of high cost per unit dimension of the floor on the building erected in the urban district.

David Neil Hawkins: Plant cultivation apparatus. The Foxmoor Flower Tower Company, Larson & Taylor, February 10, 1998: US05715629 (11 worldwide citation)

A vertically extending column of soil is supported by a suspendable bag structure. This includes multiple cylindrical walls (12, 14, 18; 112, 114) the innermost one being of mesh or net. In use, openings (20; 120) are formed through the walls, for plants to grow through. The bottom of the wall assem ...

Caillet Claude, Wirth Etienne: Vegetal wall system for soilless plant cultivation, has tubs, supported in rail, with frontal faces closed by grille, bank sheet fixed on lock rail to mask rail end, and textile fabric interposed between grille and substrate. Caillet Claude, Wirth Etienne, December 21, 2007: FR2902283-A1 (11 worldwide citation)

The system has tubs, whose frontal faces (101) receiving plants are closed by a grille (30). Vertical rails (11) are fixed on a support (S), and lock rails are fixed on the rails. The tubs have suspension units (102) e.g. brackets, along an upper edge (103) to fix the tubs upon the lock rails. The t ...