Photo: Harvesting Galangal grown from an AutoPot™ Hydrotray Single 12" module

Crops grown from AutoPot™ Systems
Below is a gallery of outstanding results growing various crops from AutoPot™ Systems. All fed using AutoPot™ nutrients.
Harvesting of carrots grown from AutoPot™ Hydrotray Single 12" modules in Melbourne, Australia. Second half of the video clip demonstrates the cost effectiveness in growing your own carrots for personal consumption.
See how productive an AutoPot™ Hydrotray Single 12"
module can be growing Galangal ginger. Since planted 10 months ago, the ginger was automatically watered and fed from the AutoPot™ Smart Pump set. The end result is 5 kg of ginger corms which, at times. can fetch up to $20 per kg in the supermarkets.
  1. Goji (Lycium barbarum) - grows really well in AutoPot™ Systems.
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Sweet potatoes grown from AutoPot™ Hydrotray Single 12" module.
Galangal grown in AutoPot™ Hydrotray Single 12" module.
 
Goji (Lycium barbarum) - grows really well in AutoPot™ Systems.
Edible Chrysanthemum in AutoPot™ Window Box.
Sweet potato grown in AutoPot™ Hydrotray Double 10" module - its leaves are tasty when stir fried.
Aloe Vera - in AutoPot™ Hydrotray Single 12" module
Carrots in AutoPot™ Hydrotray Single 12" module
Corn in AutoPot™ Hydrotray Single 12" module
Grapes in AutoPot™ Hydrotray Single 12" module
Amaranthus in AutoPot™ Window Box
Guava in a planter fed by an AutoPot™ Smart Dripper
Olive tree in a planter fed by an AutoPot™ Smart Dripper
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Coriander grown in AutoPot™ Window Box's 6" pots. Here we directly sow the 50 coriander seeds per pot and within 4 weeks they're ready for picking which will continue for several more months.
Potatoes growing in Hydrotray Single 12" modules. Here is a very effective way of growing potatoes - the spuds are first sown in to a 12" pot, then as the potato plant has grown to about a foot high, a cut out inverted 12" pot is then placed over the lower pot, cable tied together and then back filled to created a larger pot volume.
Potatoes growing in Hydrotray Single 12" modules. Here is a very effective way of growing potatoes - the spuds are first sown in to a 12" pot, then as the potato plant has grown to about a foot high, a cut out inverted 12" pot is then placed over the lower pot, cable tied together and then back filled to created a larger pot volume.
Note the amount of vegetables that can be produced from a limited space. A timber structure with two upright poles (100mm x 100mm x 2M) and three cross beams (200mm x 40mm x 3M) can support 9 AutoPot™ Window Boxes (36 x 6" pots). If you mount another 9 on the other side of the beams you can double your production!. Pictured are Watercress and Mustard leaf.
First attempt in growing peanuts in the AutoPot™ Systems. The results have been very encouraging considering the fact that peanut is a tropical crop not really suited for the temperate Melbourne weather.
Zucchini in AutoPot™ Hydrotray Double 10" module. Zucchini is one crop that is not happy inside a greenhouse unless it is competely free from
shading from nearby buildings or trees.  They prefer to be grown outdoors. *Note on the left is a row of corns growing in 10" pots. They share the same source of
nutrients.
Continuous wheatgrass production! wheatgrass grown in 5 AutoPot™ Window Boxes - a total of 20 x 6" pots fed by gravity from a 35L tank. Watering and feeding is fully automatic, all you need to do is to repeat a cycle of harvest and sowing the wheatgrass seeds every two to four days in to 4 of the 6" pots and top up the tank with nutrients once a month.
Red Radish in a 6" pot. A good harvest from a AutoPot™ Window Box with 4 x 6" pots. In hindsight, we could have quite easily put in twice as many plants per pot to double up the yield.
The AutoPot™ Window box is ideal for producing miniature snowpea shoots which are tender and delicious when eaten raw. You can continue picking
the shoots for another two months before re-potting. Also suitable for sprouting are other kinds of seeds eg. barley, corn, mung beans, soyabean, coriander etc.
Cherry tree in a planter fed by an AutoPot™ Smart Dripper.
Snowpea - in AutoPot™ Window Box. Snowpea seeds were sown directly in to
the 6" pots (50 seeds to a pot) and its shoots were ready for picking
in just 6 weeks.
A lovely crop of Butterhead lettuce grown in the AutoPot™ Window Box. These were mounted along a fence in the open. This crop was sown directly into jiffy pellets before being transplanted into 6 inch pots.
In just 4 weeks from transplanting, as shown in the picture, we have a delicious celan crop of lettuce.
The window boxes are mounted 1 metre above the ground. Hence, the crop is free from slugs, snails, rabbits or possums.