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CROP SUGGESTIONS
Commercial and Home Crops-­‐Vegetables, Fruits, Herbs

Popular Verti-Gro® Crops
• Strawberries
• Lettuce, Bibb (Salina or Dancine)
• Lettuce , Leaf (Sierra)
• Lettuce, Romaine (Concept, Ideal Cos)
• Spinach (Baby Leaf)
• Beans (Bush) and Peas
• Swiss Chard (White & Red)
• Pak Choi
• Tat Soi
• Mustard Greens
• Seven Top Turnip
• Collard Greens
• Tomatoes, Determinate
• Cherry Tomatoes, (Red & Yellow)
• Grape Tomatoes, (Navidad)
• Sweet Onions
• Garlic Chives
• Kale (Green & Blue Drarf)
• Peppers (Bell, Green, Colored, Cubanelle)
• Cucumbers
• Endive
• Many more…

Popular Verti-Gro® Herb Crops
• Cilantro
• Parsley, Dwarf Curly leaf
• Parsley, Italian flat leaf
• Basil, Italian large leaf
• Basil, Lemon
• Rosemary
• Sage
• Thyme
• Peppermint
• Chocolate Mint
• Arugula, Rocket
• Oregano
• Lavender
• Coriander
• Dill
• Tarragon
• Chervil
• Summer Savory
• French Sorrel
• Sweet Marjoram
• Many more…

Popular Crops in Verti-Gro® Ground Pot
• Sweet Corn
• Watermelon
• Cantaloupe
• Honey Dew Mellon
• Squash
• Beets
• Eggplant
• Kohlrabi
• Carrots
• Cabbage
• Broccoli
• Okra
• Peanuts
• Cauliflower
• Brussels Sprouts
• Potatoes
• Red Potatoes
• Many More…

Popular Verti-Gro® Horticultural Crops
• Ivy (cuttings)
• Pothos (cuttings)
• Summer Daisy
• Pentas
• Nasturtiums
• Pansies
• Violas
• Mums
• Petunias
• Ferns (fern cuttings)
• New Guinea Impatiens
• Snapdragons, dwarf
• Mexican Heather
• Gerbera Daisy

Note: These four categories of crops represent merely a few of the Verti-Gro® Crops grown at the Verti-Gro R&D Farm or the many commercial Verti-Gro Farm operations around the USA & world. Commercial crops should be selected based on economic value to your business model and market condition. Strawberry Note: When growing strawberries on a larger scale they should have a separate nutrient delivery tank, due to requiring far less water and nutrients than vegetables.