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Blake Whisenant: Plant cultivation apparatus and method. Cushman Darby & Cushman, March 16, 1993: US05193306 (20 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for conserving water and reducing labor in growing plants, particularly commercially grown tomatoes and cucumbers. The invention includes a reservoir container assembly and an arch support structure. The reservoir container assembly comprises a reservoir container capable of ...


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Blake Whisenant: Plant cultivation apparatus and method. Cushman Darby & Cushman, June 11, 1996: US05524387 (13 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for conserving water and reducing labor in growing plants, particularly commercially grown tomatoes and cucumbers. The invention includes a reservoir container assembly and an arch support structure. The reservoir container assembly comprises a reservoir container capable of ...


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Carroll M Geraldson: Plant cultivation apparatus and method. Larson & Taylor, December 25, 2001: US06332287 (6 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for growing plants with controlled rates of nutrient and water input. The apparatus and method includes the use of a reservoir container and a basket-style growing medium container having perforated side and bottom walls spaced inwardly from the walls of the reservoir contain ...


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Blake Whisenant: Plant cultivation apparatus and method. April 14, 1992: US05103584 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a plant cultivation system comprising a container having a bottom surface and a peripheral wall extending from the bottom surface and terminating at an upper edge, thereby defining an enclosed volume. A first partition in the enclosed volume defines a liquid reservoir and a ...


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Blake Whisenant: Plant cultivation apparatus and method. Cushman Darby & Cushman L, September 17, 1996: US05555675 (5 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for conserving water and reducing labor in growing plants includes a reservoir container assembly having a box-like, watertight base including a dividing wall extending the length of the base; on one side of the dividing wall water is stored and on the opposite side of the wa ...


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Blake Whisenant: Plant cultivation apparatus and method. Cushman Darby & Cushman, January 10, 1995: US05379547 (3 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for conserving water and reducing labor in growing plants, particularly commercially grown tomatoes and cucumbers. The invention includes a reservoir container assembly and an arch support structure. The reservoir container assembly comprises a reservoir container capable of ...


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Whisenant Blake: Plant cultivation apparatus and method for growing crops in sequence. Whisenant Blake, July 21, 2004: EP1437934-A2

An apparatus and method for growing plants with controlled rates of nutrient and water input. The apparatus and method include the use of a reservoir container and means to contain a growing medium. The apparatus is closed by a top wall having openings through which plants can grow with their roots ...


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Blake Whisenant: Plant cultivation apparatus and method for growing crops in sequence. Larson & Taylor, April 10, 2003: US20030066238-A1

An apparatus and method for growing plants with controlled rates of nutrient and water input. The apparatus and method includes the use of a reservoir container and means to contain a growing medium. The apparatus is closed by a top wall having openings through which plants can grow with their roots ...


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Blake WHISENANT: Plant cultivation apparatus and method for growing crops in sequence. Stites & Harbison Pllc, May 1, 2008: US20080098651-A1

An apparatus and method for growing plants with controlled rates of nutrient and water input. The apparatus and method includes the use of a reservoir container and means to contain a growing medium. The apparatus is closed by a top wall having openings through which plants can grow with their roots ...


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Blake Whisenant: Plant cultivation apparatus and method for growing crops in sequence. Stites & Harbison Pllc, October 20, 2005: US20050229487-A1

An apparatus and method for growing plants with controlled rates of nutrient and water input. The apparatus and method includes the use of a reservoir container and means to contain a growing medium. The apparatus is closed by a top wall having openings through which plants can grow with their roots ...



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