PALM BEACH, Fla.–( BUSINESS WIRE )–Hydrobuilder Holdings LLC (“Hydrobuilder Holdings” or “the Company”), a leading omnichannel platform serving the hydroponics, CEA and specialty agriculture industry, today announced that it has acquired Way to Grow. Way to Grow, founded in 2003, is a Colorado-based retailer of aeroponic, hydroponic and greenhouse products across five convenient locations.
“We are pleased to continue our expansion through the acquisition of Way to Grow, a high-quality provider of thoughtfully curated products for organic and hydroponic gardeners in the strategically important Colorado market. The addition of Way to Grow demonstrates our commitment to the growth of our omnichannel platform and expands our reach in a new geographic market. Way to Grow’s operating philosophy aligns well with our mission to provide customer-centric personalized service and technical expertise coupled with products that are in stock and priced right. We are excited to partner with Corey Inniss and his team to integrate this best-in-class business into our omnichannel platform,” said Markus Hockenson, CEO of Hydrobuilder Holdings.
“I am excited that Way to Grow is now among the family of companies owned and operated by Hydrobuilder Holdings. Joining their omnichannel platform is a great strategic fit that will benefit our company’s ability to support our customers growing needs, while improving our career opportunities for employees. I have known the founders of GreenCoast for years and I am thrilled to join forces with the many talented founders who have formed Hydrobuilder Holdings as we enter this exciting next phase of rapid industry growth and transformation,” said Corey Inniss, founder and CEO of Way to Grow.
The Boulder Community first welcomed Way To Grow in the summer of 2004. The team at this store has gratefully received the honor of the Best of Boulder award every year since 2008. It really means a lot to be a part of such a special community.
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We love you Denver! In 2013 Way To Grow opened up with our largest store to date right in the heart of Denver. With a sign you can see from a mile away on Santa Fe and Mississippi, this location has become a landmark.
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The best site for a vegetable garden should incorporate the following: At least six hours of sunlight daily, good drainage and air circulation, and a level location with loose, rich soil. There should also be a nearby source of water, and ideally, convenient access to tool storage and equipment.
Before you ever put a spade in the soil or drop a seed in the ground, you need to sit down and think about what you want to achieve in your vegetable garden. First you need to consider whether you have the space and conditions to grow what you want. The most familiar is the traditional plot.
Pay attention to the surroundings when selecting a site.
there should be nearby source of water
The whole area is cultivated and the plants are grown in rows.
You will need to survey the site and map out your yard.
Cottage gardens are planted in small square plots with neat edges and paths.
On this map, you can indicate any obstacles and record the areas that receive the best sunlight. The site must certainly be free from underground utility lines. Utility companies will locate and stake out underground lines if you tell them you are digging a garden. Call your local utility companies to find out where you may have underground wiring or pipes. This number is normally located in the front of your phone book under “Call Before You Dig.”