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Larry Austen Ware: Plant growth unit. Graybeal Jackson Haley, September 9, 2003: US06615542 (22 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to the field of plant growth units, and more particularly pertains to an apparatus for plant cultivation which conserves horizontal space and utilizes vertical space, while providing for the growth of plants which are cultivated in an indoor environment. The plant growt ...


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Thomas W Dreschel: Plant nutrient delivery system having a porous tubular member. The Bionetics Corporation, Larson and Taylor, May 22, 1990: US04926585 (14 worldwide citation)

A tubular membrane plant growth unit is described. The unit includes a tubular pipe with an opening in its wall. A tubular porous member is situated inside of the pipe. The member and pipe are arranged to provide a space between them for a seed to be positioned so that the stem of the plant grows ou ...


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Larry Austin Ware: Plant growth unit. Graybeal Jackson Haley, November 12, 2002: US06477805 (10 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to the field of plant growth units, and more particularly pertains to an apparatus for plant cultivation which conserves horizontal space and utilizes vertical space, while providing for the growth of plants which are cultivated in an indoor environment. The plant growt ...


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Ware Larry Austen: Bloc de culture de plantes, Plant growth unit. Ware Larry Austen, Ware Larry Austen, SMART & BIGGAR, January 6, 2004: CA2359920

The present invention relates to the field of plant growth units, and more particularly pertains to an apparatus for plant cultivation which conserves horizontal space and utilizes vertical space, while providing for the growth of plants which are cultivated in an indoor environment. The plant growt ...


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Ware Larry Austen: Plant growth unit. Ware Larry Austen, February 2, 2005: EP1501344-A1

The present invention relates to a plant growth unit comprising one or more supporters (90, 92), a plurality of growth sites (100) supported by the supporters and means (110) for establishing a liquid nutrient flow. The supporters are radially disposable about a central vertical longitudinal axis (1 ...


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Larry Austen Ware: Plant growth unit. Graybeal Jackson Haley, May 15, 2003: US20030089037-A1

The present invention relates to the field of plant growth units, and more particularly pertains to an apparatus for plant cultivation which conserves horizontal space and utilizes vertical space, while providing for the growth of plants which are cultivated in an indoor environment. The plant growt ...


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Larry Austin Ware: Plant growth unit. Graybeal Jackson Haley, Stephen M Evans, April 11, 2002: US20020040548-A1

The present invention relates to the field of plant growth units, and more particularly pertains to an apparatus for plant cultivation which conserves horizontal space and utilizes vertical space, while providing for the growth of plants which are cultivated in an indoor environment. The plant growt ...


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Ware Larry Austen: Plant growth unit. Ware Larry Austen, SMART Karen F MacDonald Box 11560 Vancouver Centre Suite 2200 650 West Georgia St Vancouver British Columbia V6B 4N8, November 13, 2003: WO/2003/092355

The present invention relates to a plant growth unit comprising one or more supporters (90, 92), a plurality of growth sites (100) supported by the supporters and means (110) for establishing a liquid nutrient flow. The supporters are radially disposable about a central vertical longitudinal axis (1 ...


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Ware Larry Austen: Plant growth unit. Ware Larry Austen, KINGWELL Brian G, September 12, 2002: WO/2002/069694

The present invention relates to the field of plant growth units, and more particularly pertains to an apparatus for plant cultivation which conserves horizontal space and utilizes vertical space, while providing for the growth of plants which are cultivated in an indoor environment. The plant growt ...


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Lee Kwang Woo: Vertical sound-insulating wall greening system capable of promoting the growth of plants smoothly by supplying moisture and nutritious substance constantly. Lee Kwang Woo, May 16, 2006: KR1020050022646

PURPOSE: A vertical sound-insulating wall greening system is provided to keep a retaining wall structure stably by guiding the weight of flowerpots to be concentrated on the lower part of a basic frame unit, to green a retaining wall stably by promoting the growth of plants continuously by supplying ...



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