Automated Grow Rack - Vertical Grow System | Bootstrap Farmer

The Bootstrap Grow Rack

Focus on being a farmer, instead of an engineer.

Eliminate trips to the hardware store.

Spend your time focusing on running your farm, working a day job or completing other tasks while your plants continually get the care they need.
This modular unit allows you to easily add racks as you expand. It also allows for portability for events, markets and moving around your grow room.

Vertical Propagation Rack

Tier Growing Guide

Outfit your rack with trays for propagation, microgreens, herbs, fodder, wheatgrass
Heres our purchasing guide:

5 Tier
Fits 20 flats for sprouting & microgreens
4 Tier
Fits 16 flats for germination, propagation & microgreens
3 Tier
Fits to 12 flats for herbs, fodder & wheatgrass

Comes Fully Assembled

Simply set the timers & fill the reservoir with water.

Each flood tray independently able to be adjusted.

Flexible heavy duty vinyl tubing resists leaks when bumped during maintenance.

2 screens at each inlet & outlet to catch debris.

All racks on casters for easy moving & maintenance.

Included:

6500K T-5 LED Lights (4 per shelf)
1000-1500 GPH Water Pump
Timers
Cooling Fans
24/7 Aerators
1 Full-system Micro Filter
Flush Valve
Heavy Duty Ball Valves
38 Gallon Reservoir

Recommended for flood & drain systems:
Hemp, rockwool or plugs

No glue. No threads. No leaks.

Easily serviceable for cleaning.

Ordering 3+ racks?

Reach out for a custom quote!
contact@bootstrapfarmer.com
Ships with a roughly a 5 day lead time.

FAQ

Distance between bottom of lights and top of flood tray:
3 tier: 13.5"
4 tier: 8.5"
5 tier 6.5"

Overall dimension of unit including fan, cord & plumbing:
52" wide x 77" high x 29" deep

Outer dimensions of the flood tray:
45 3/8" x 3.25" x 25" 7/16

Weight per unit (without 300 lb full reservoir water weight):
Roughly 180 lbs on castors

Amperage per unit:
5 tier - 6.8 amps
4 tier - 5 amps
3 tier - 3.5 amps

Disclaimer:
Each rack has an electrical draw that can add up. Please consult with an electrician when considering multiple racks on a single circuit.

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