Victory Gardens v2.0

By the end of WWII, there were 20 million victory gardens in America, one for every 7 people in the country. They were in backyards, public parks, and rooftops, and they provided 40% of the produce consumed in the US. This would correspond to more than 45 million victory gardens in the US today, and 1 billion around the world.

A 21st-century victory garden needs no soil, no tilling, and no weeding. It uses 10% of the water and has automatic feeding using complete plant food, not supplemental fertilizers. And they can be far more productive than your grandparents' victory garden. Some crops could see a 10X increase or more in the same area.

While the average meal in the US travels over 1,500 miles to the dinner table, these high-performance gardens can be right outside your kitchen door, or just down the street, around the corner, or on a nearby rooftop.

Designed for outdoor use, but you could use them in greenhouses, shipping containers, or warehouses.

Food is not an option. High quality, locally grown, fresh, flavorful, and nutritious food is.

Simple enough to be used in primary schools, sophisticated enough for advanced growers.

Depending on what and how much you grow, the system could pay for themselves or even turn a profit in the first season.

The systems scale seamlessly from small consumer sized gardens right into commercial sizes.

Designed to be able to pay for itself in a single season growing common fruits and vegetables in a typical backyard. Every layout can be customized to suit the plants you want to grow in the space you have available for them.

Expert Opinions

"I see at least five new hydroponic inventions every week. None of them come close to what you've created." Jamie Chittum, Grow-Tech Cellular Rooting Sponge Technology.

"The system Steve has invented is radical and will revolutionize the industry." Rod Davis, a 28 year veteran of the retail and wholesale hydroponic industry, at National Garden Wholesale, the leading distributor of hydroponics in the US that grossed $127 M in 2009.

"You've taken this farther than anyone else. Definitely keep going!" Jack Peters, JR Peters Inc. hydroponic nutrient formulator for over 65 years.

"We are excited by this project both from an engineering perspective and from a gardening perspective as both Chris and I are gardeners with interest in hydroponics and the advantages. As we discussed, with current world economics being what they are, and the price of food continuing to rise due to weather situations, this seems to be the perfect time for introduction of a simple hydroponics solution. " Bob Witter, Device Solutions,

"You realize this is going to park a lot of our products." The Marketing manager speaking to his CEO at a major hydroponic wholesaler upon seeing the Seymour presentation. (This company has 6 modern warehouses across the US and delivers to over 1,600 retailers using their own fleet of trucks.)

The vision, scope, scaleability and potential impact of Mr. Kube’s work in the global marketplace is exceptional, and the portfolio of IP* contained in this project is extremely broad. I have never in my career been presented with a project so well conceived, that so completely "connects all the dots”, with so much upside potential. Seymour is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and I'm excited to help bring it to the world. ” Robert Burkhardt, former President Slingshot Product Development Group.

The above is a fair representation of the feedback Seymour is getting. The feedback is sincere, and it's especially meaningful since it's coming from experts.