GrowLife, Inc. is a nationally recognized cultivation brand, providing world-class hydroponic equipment, lighting, nutrients, media, and other cultivation supplies to commercial and urban operations. With a complete selection of cultivation products combined with logistics and distribution services, GrowLife can help responsible cultivation operations efficiently control supply costs, manage build-out investments, track supply usage and streamline workflows.
Introducing GrowLife Cube, Annual Subscription Supplies Service
Urban Farming Program to Expand Indoor Growing Community
SEATTLE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)—June 22, 2016 — GrowLife, Inc. (OTCBB: PHOT), one of the nation’s most recognized indoor cultivation service providers, today announced GrowLife Cube, a new subscription service for emerging indoor growers.
GrowLife will service the demand from aspirational indoor cultivators in many states, from first-time growers to those entrepreneurs seeking to scale-up and become professional cultivators. GrowLife Cube, found at Greners.com, is a complete indoor growing subscription service that provides an ecologically friendly environment with indoor growing equipment packages starting at $499 and monthly supplies and consulting services to help bring crops to harvest. For a limited time, the introductory Micro Starter Package includes 12 months of supplies at no extra charge. Each month the subscriber will receive the necessary supplies to keep their crop on track.
GrowLife Cube is designed to affordably help new growers get started and yield several indoor crops in their first year, whether in an apartment, basement or garage. “There is great demand for developing indoor cultivation skills. Although some scattered information can be found, there are few complete and affordable growing solutions, such as GrowLife Cube, which include hydroponic techniques that are ecologically sound, start-up equipment and regular supplies to support production from amateur to professional growers,” stated Marco Hegyi, GrowLife’s President and CEO. “GrowLife is constantly receiving requests from customers to help them utilize innovative indoor growing equipment and supplies. Thus, GrowLife is now helping to develop an even greater community of urban farmers.”
GrowLife continues to support its commercial cultivators through its direct, e-commerce and retail sales channels. “GrowLife serves large, sophisticated indoor cultivation operations in states such as Colorado, Washington and California,” added Joe Barnes, GrowLife’s SVP of Business Development. “But, the grow-it-yourself (GIY) and licensed caregiver growers in dozens of states do not have the resources or access to the necessary supplies and support to develop high-quality indoor growing skills.” GrowLife Cube is configured to produce different sized crops, from 1 pound to Professional 2.5 pounds for each light. A new Micro Starter Package at $499 is specially designed for micro-greens, developing indoor growing skills and includes all the necessary equipment and supplies for the first year. More details may be found at www.greners.com.