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Unlock Your Crop's
Full Genetic Potential

Single Green Leaf

The Trifecta of Growing:

100% of the nutrients the plant needs


100% of all the roots,

100% of the time.

Does your system do this?


This isn't a stock photo - it's a photo of what is quite possibly the world's first antiseptic lettuce.


This isn't a stock photo - it's a photo of what is quite possibly the world's first antiseptic cannabis.

Single Green Leaf

Higher Yield of a superior product

Significant Reduction in Water Use


Purity that is perfect for any form of distillation or extraction

for medicine, supplements, or oils



85% of water waste
Harmful pesticides and herbicides
Growing in nutrient-starved, decomposed, moldy, or fecal-rich soil
Expensive nutrient supplements
Long waits for maturation
Toxic outbreaks from pathogens like e. Coli, salmonella, and cyclospora
Controlling runoff to ground water
Erosion and loss of land from tilling and harvesting
Noxious fertilizer fumes
Air pollutants from spraying or dusting
High equipment, labor, and maintenance costs
Endless variables that create unpredictable yields
Constantly turning over the soil and the ecological consequences that follow

The Turbo Hydronponic System:

Simple. Predictable. Scalable. Repairable. Cleanable. Modular. Affordable. 


One of our experimental units

The pathway to perfect growth was actually paved a long time ago by NASA when scientists experimented with growing plants in space. The scientists assumed that perfect growth would occur by giving 100% of the nutrients the plants need to 100% of the roots, 100% of the time. When they did this they reported huge increases in growth and quality.  Unfortunately, nobody listened.

The good news is that we have rediscovered the facts and utilized them to fit the needs of today's farmer. Water shortage, crop infestations, chemical use, and unsanitary growing environments can be overcome by building our unique growing system. It will completely change the equation, and it’s also practical: we created a DIY test system that you can build yourself with available parts from your local hardware supplier. 


Running the Turbo Hydroponic System yourself will give you the best insight into what it means to provide your plants with exceptional growing conditions. The antiseptic, high-flow, oxygen-rich, nutrient-based, protected environment creates the ideal conditions to feed air roots and water roots. In turn, this produces the most vibrant version of the plant’s natural genetics.

Bonsai cannabis

The bonsai effect: An all-flower cannabis plant

Plant Purity and The Bonsai Effect


A pure plant is one that gets only exactly what it needs and nothing else, starting from when it is seeded. A more perfect product is created by eliminating the vast quantity of variables that come with soil and the presence of other chemicals. The ability to perform targeted testing on plant nutrition becomes simple and easy. In our system, nothing but non-biological, natural elements are used for nutrition, so an antiseptic environment can be maintained.  


The morphology of growing in water and in a limited root space helps make a shorter, stronger, healthier, and more vibrant plant. This creates a bonsai effect: with complete nutrient control and the limiting of root space, plants such as cannabis do not need to grow into a large bush before producing its flowers. 

Water plant morphology

Water plant morphology


Water plant morphology

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Two different strains at three different points in their life cycles at the same nutritional PPM

Less Money, Time, and Water


The system we teach others to build offers turbo-charged growth and yet is operated with far less nutrient cost while requiring very little water compared to traditional growing methods. 


Imagine only using a sixth of the water currently being used, because the only water lost is the water respired by the plants. Low-wattage LED lighting can accommodate indoor systems. Growers can attain higher yields, along with better quality, while using less water. Nutrient costs are less. And because plants grow faster this way, the time to maturity is reduced and it is possible to have more growing seasons. There are no toxic chemicals, oils, or artificial enhancements - no need to buy exotic fertilizer, supplements, herbicides, or pesticides, nor deal with the environmental problems that come with them. In fact, the system is so clean that we have helped others to create individual, in-house versions for growing spices and produce!


Imagine taking the guesswork out of what and how much a plant needs for optimal growth. No more guessing about the condition of the soil. Whether growing indoors or out, growing can be clean, healthy, and virtually antiseptic. And farmers themselves can avoid exposure to the toxins, chemicals, and biological matter currently being used.


No other system is able to provide all of this. We’ve done the research, and we have solved the problems that other systems have. We are now seeking implementation on a larger scale to benefit the future of the agricultural industry. 


The turbo hydroponic system is clean enough to be inside the home.

The Future of Safe & Healthy Consumption: Grown Antiseptic™


Roots left in the system for three weeks after harvest, showing no atrophy

Farmers are held accountable for the health and safety of the food they grow. The awareness of GMOs and toxic chemical use has led to increased levels of regulation and the popularity of organic foods. As we know, the marketing of organic foods champions the idea of providing a product that is safer and healthier for us to eat. And while the methods are different from conventional growing, organic farmers are using oils to prevent damage to plants and rotted, fecal-infused material to grow their plants - which means the consumer is ingesting this. In fact, the soil used to grow organic food contains bacteria that could kill a person, leaving both consumer and farmer still at risk. So is any of this really better?

The data on organic shows us that from health and safety perspectives, it has not proven to be better - just more expensive. There can be just as much unsafe, toxic matter in and on our organic foods as there are in those covered in chemicals. In truth, we really don’t know what we’re eating and to what level this is affecting our bodies. And there’s nowhere this is more important than in plants being consumed and inhaled for medicinal purposes or topically applied to our skin.


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Microscopic view: underleaf tricomb development

The future is in plants that are proven to be grown in a truly pure, hygienic state. This superior level of quality, safety, and dependability will be something called Grown Antiseptic, or the likes thereof. It will mean that from the day the plant is seeded to the day it is harvested, it is maintained in an antiseptic, non-biological environment.


This is what is created by the Turbo Hydroponic System. Every quality of the plant is enhanced, regardless of where it is grown.  


Tap root created by the Turbo Hydronponic system


Greater yield in less space: Northern Lights autoflower strain

Grown Antiseptic has the potential to easily surpass conventional and organic food products in consumer desirability as soon as it becomes available on the market. Extensive investment opportunities are inevitable; once consumers know they can receive quality, safety, and affordability in one product, it will become the preferred choice.


With products labeled Grown Antiseptic, consumers will no longer need to worry about ingesting toxic chemicals or contracting food-borne illnesses. And growers will win because the cost won’t be any higher and they will be able to produce products in shorter amounts of time. It is an economic opportunity yet untapped.


From Surviving to Thriving:
Solving Your Water Crisis

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From gardener to commercial farmer, all growers have the same issues providing for their plants: water usage and availability, optimal nutrition intake, and protecting plants from harm. Today and for the future to come, we need to use the least amount of water in the most efficient way. We need to protect our plants from pathogens that damage our crops and become a costly danger to us and our consumers.  

And amidst the constraints we contend with, we still need to grow more with less cost. With more environmental issues, growing is getting more challenging, more competitive, and endlessly complicated. Our changing landscape has created new problems previous generations never had. Everyone needs answers. 

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Your Field or Their Drinking Water?

Complicating matters is the demand from community members for commercial farmers to use far less water. But current conditions and growing methods don’t allow for much altering of this, if any. Our way of growing could be the solution to this, easing the tensions between commercial farmers and community members. In fact, it could make farmers the heroes of tomorrow - while their fields prosper as they never have before.

Ultimate Scalability:
Outdoor Pipe Farms
and Indoor Warehouses

The one thing we know man has mastered is plumbing. There are millions of miles of pipe on this planet. We can put this skill to even further use by building pipe farms. Buried just below the ground surface, each pipe will provide closed-loop, recirculating, nutrient-rich irrigation. Collars will be oriented upward through the topsoil to accept a net pot with a new plant in it. Half of the pipe's volume will contain a nutrient-filled water flow for water roots and the rest of the pipe will be an air atmosphere for the air roots. Once the system is installed, it will last just as our plumbing systems do, for 50 years or more. And it will be easy to repair if necessary, because it is modular. All the parts it takes to build it, repair it, or expand it can easily be obtained because they are common for building use throughout the world. 

Since the nutrient flow is completely underground within the pipe and reservoir, it is more temperature stable. The pipe itself will not suffer from the ultraviolet rays of the sun, which typically lead to the breakdown of pipe material and high fluid temperatures. And because it is an antiseptic system, it will be able to defend itself against pathogen intrusion. In this way, plants can grow out in the sun better than ever before. Soil will not have to be turned over, preventing further erosion and loss of the earth. And since the only water lost is through respiration of the plants, there is no need to be connected to a major water source - the reservoir simply needs to be kept full by filtering and recycling the water.  

For those growing indoors, the Turbo Hydroponic System is modular and can be warehouse stackable, allowing for an exponential increase in production and yield. Plants can flourish in a smaller height requirement with each level having its own low-wattage LED lighting. Because of the bonsai effect achieved with this system, it is possible to grow only the flowers without having to grow a full-size plant.


Data and Experimentation

We have been building various systems for growing over the past five years, continuously refining the system. Our research was purposely conducted in less than ideal circumstances, because we know that idyllic laboratory conditions are not something that will be experienced by most, if any. 


This is also why 'our' data is essentially irrelevant to other growers - what matters is how the system operates in their environment. For this reason, we are seeking to help growers perform their own trials by building their own Turbo Hydronponic test module. Once the system proves its worth, then a larger system can be built to accommodate the grower’s needs.


It is our aim to create a network of advisers and growers creating these systems in their own environments. Those leading the innovation in the industry will be able to share their experiences and advise one another on problem-solving matters pertaining to logistics, growing, and economic viability.

Pilot Study Participation

We are currently expanding our research into large-scale growth of produce and medicinal plants. The accuracy of our system’s genetic continuity makes research in genetic differentiation more accurate. Simply stated, you have to know exactly what goes into a plant to get what you want out of it. With so many variables taken out of the equation, we can ensure that the plant’s natural genetic qualities can be maximized without interference from any soil-related variables.


If you are interested in a limited pilot study, you can determine the viability of this system by creating one in your own environment. for your growing needs. We can provide assistance and supervision.


As something that can be done on a very small level before scaling, there is minimal investment to discover whether this would become a powerful tool for the products you grow. The potential to create a higher quality product for less is worth the time invested in the trial alone. That we could create a virtually antiseptic product while solving the inevitable water shortage crisis may decide whether the agricultural industry flourishes into the future or falls into ruin. 


And let’s be clear: if a consumer can acquire clean, pure food for the same amount (or less) than what they would spend to eat food covered in chemicals, decomposed matter, and/or fecal matter - which do you think they’d choose?


To discuss the potential of participating in the pilot study, to inquire about consulting services, or to ask questions in general, please contact us using the form below. We welcome your inquiry - let’s grow!



We welcome inquiries about consulting for individuals and companies, as well as interest in our pilot study program. Thank you for your interest in TurboHydroponics!

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An internationally award-winning photographer, cinematographer, and lighting designer for film and stage, Lawrence Malloy is known as a visionary and an innovator. He is mechanically inclined, building everything from vehicles and boats, to houses, to whatever would solve a problem he encountered. It is a running joke among friends, family, and colleagues that he ‘Malloys’ things - creating unique designs to fulfill necessary improvements that he cannot find already in existence. Serving as a consultant at the highest levels, his thought strategies have been consistently sought after by everyone from scientists investigating laser light applications to presidents of Fortune 500 companies.

Lawrence is well-versed in the fields of chemistry, manufacturing, physics, hydraulics, microbiology, macrobiology, and chemistry, among many other interests. He loves to talk at length about all of them and his curiosity is insatiable.

When not in deep problem-solving mode, he can be found breaking track records in the professional ranks of i-racing.

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