Snoqualmie WA (PRWEB) July 19, 2013
AgroVolt announced that it has launched on Indiegogo.com to raise money for its revolutionary, patent pending, super plant charger for the home gardener. AgroVolt uses organic, green solar-driven technology proven to increase plan growth by 60-150% in half the time. The product has been extensively tested at the University of Florida.
AgroVolt works with all types of herbs, fruits, vegetables, shrubs and lawn. AgroVolt uses solar power to increase a plant’s natural nutrient absorption through its root system, increasing root mass and plant growth. The process uses little to no fertilizer, so plants grow bigger faster, with less pollution. Plus it will have a built in moisture meter making it easy to determine when to water or not. The University of Florida research proves using AgroVolt produces these amazing benefits:
- INCREASED GROWTH: up to 60 to 150% increase in fresh/dry weight.
- FASTER GROWTH: increased plant growth in half the time.
- LESS POLLUTION: because little or no fertilizer is needed, pollution is reduced.
- FEWER BUGS: helps reduce or eliminate pest/insect infestation
- WORKS EVERYWHERE: outdoors, indoors, sunny and low light areas
AgroVolt is easy to use. All a gardener needs to do is push the solar-paneled product into the soil near their plants. It works inside as well as outside and in sunny areas as well as low sun areas.
AgroVolt was founded by Scott Friedman, who developed the product as a first-place-winning science project. Scott’s passion turned into a business which sold hundreds of devices, but stalled due to the high cost of manufacturing. Now AgroVolt has partnered with D.A. International to bring AgroVolt to market in a cost effective manner. D.A. International has been providing manufacturing services to Fortune 500 companies and startups for over 20 years.
AgroVolt plans to revolutionize plant growing. For as little as $5 or up to $250 you can be part of this revolution by contributing to AgroVolt on Indiegogo.com at: http://igg.me/p/443697/x/3697412.
For more information contact: Scott Friedman at: sfriedo4(at)gmail(dot)com or 206-579-4546.