Soil-less Recirculating Hydroponic System


New Growing System

Intense research has allowed NGS to develop a soil-less hydroponic cultivation system which optimizes the use of water resources.

Since it was founded, NGS has aimed to research new farming techniques which meet the increasing needs for intensive agriculture in arid and semiarid regions of the planet.

Today, New Growing System leads the development and manufacture of automated soil-less recirculating hydroponic cultivation facilities, allowing the company to be at the forefront of technological innovation in the horticulture sector.

NGS employs an experienced multidisciplinary team which has completed over 200 projects in nearly 30 countries, from simple farming systems to complex turn-key projects.

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NGS’s steady commitment to innovation translates into more than 25 years of research in and development of new technologies and upgrades for products and systems. Ultimately, NGS aims to facilitate company adaption to the marketplace and to improve cultivation quality and benefits for farmers.

For many years, the technological development and research activity of New Growing System has been carried out in collaboration with prestigious organizations and academic institutions: Universities of Madrid and Almeria (Spain), Universities of Chapingo and Monterrey and Research Center FIRA (Mexico), University UNALM (Peru) and North Carolina State University (USA).

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New Growing System Certificate

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New Growing System – NGS has a quality system with certified UNE-EN-ISO-9001 and a Certificate of Registered Company ER-1846/2006. Certified quality system and patented NGS multiband.

Organic Production

Our hydroponic systems, amongst other advantages, are compatible with the use of organic production farming practices, thus offering new options for producers.