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Disappointing to see. This is why consumers should buy from local farmers. If there were only a national brand made up of a network of local farmers who practiced sustainable cultivation techniques and were ANTI GMO's!!! Oh ya that's us....

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Our CEO Derek Peterson supporting Senator Liz Krueger while introducing NY Medical Cannabis Tax and Regulate Bill. !!!

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What a great day at the New York Produce Show. Met some great new relationships and had an opportunity to show off our new packaging.


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Edible Garden is completing a photo shoot of our new packaging. Stay tuned for some beautiful pics of EG's fresh, local and sustainable produce.....

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Welcome to Edible Garden…


Edible Garden is a national brand grown by a Co-Op of local growers of fresh, hydroponic produce with a specialty in “Living” produce, which assures consumers they are getting the freshest most nutrient dense produce on their supermarket shelves.


In 1908, generations of the Vande Vrede Family migrated from Holland, the greenhouse technology capital of the world. Dave Vande Vrede with wife Gerda, opened the farm in 1973. The family operates more than 350,000,000 square feet of greenhouse facilities at multiple locations, plus 20 acres of outdoor space for growing local, and sustainable produce and plants.

Today you can find the Edible Garden brand in over 400 retailers throughout New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. The demand for sustainably grown local produce has grown significantly over the years. The family is proud to produce some of the most delicious and nutritious produce in the Northeast.

The Edible Garden brand provides fresh, locally-grown herbs and leafy greens to supermarkets and restaurants. Our process utilizes time-tested, classic Dutch hydroponic farming methods to grow produce in a safe and healthy environment. Our products are 100% natural, as well as free of contaminants and pesticides. We maximize the use of the latest technology to excel over our competitors when it comes to quality and integrity. While other brands are often imported from outside the United States, the Edible Garden brand is comprised of local farmers who exclusively grow, pack and ship their own products. This model allows for the utmost in monitoring to guarantee the safety, quality, and freshness of our produce—from planting to delivery.

Our motto, which encompasses our mission is a simple promise to our customers. We reinforce this promise with healthy products cultivated using the highest standards and most energy efficient technologies, ensuring Edible Garden will be an integral part of your family’s healthy lifestyle. We want to build communities by creating jobs, taking care of the environment and giving back. Our country was built on a farming backbone and we want to return to our roots by allowing local communities to feed their families with nutritious produce grown just a few hours from their local grocer. As we like to say “Technology and Nature in Perfect Harmony”!

As fossil fuels and energy prices skyrocket, the food industry is increas- ingly burdened with the rising costs and resources consumed during the growing, processing, and shipping of food. In addition, as our population grows, many consumers are worried about food grown outside the U.S., and the extensive use—and hazardous health risks-of pesticides in our food supply.

As a result, the U.S. saw a 53% increase in farmer’s markets
between 2008 and 2011. In addition, community farms, co-ops and rooftop gardens are sprouting in suburbs and cities nationwide. The USDA reported that sales of locally grown food reached an astounding $7 Billion in 2011, an increase of approximately 45% in just three years.

The demand for fresher, safer food is gaining significant momentum in this country, with families, schools and restaurants choosing to make smarter, healthier choices.

Edible Farms is the simple answer for access to fresh, local, healthy greens and herbs—without ever leaving the supermarket.



Edible Garden’s goal is to revolutionize the way we feed our planet. Exploitative farming practices put an unfair burden on natural resources and diminish arable land at an alarming rate. As a whole we must change the way we interact with our environment, both for the health of our planet and the health of our bodies. Edible Garden does its part by blending “technology and nature in perfect harmony”. We supplement the latest in hydroponic technologies with mother nature in order to achieve a symbiotic relationship with our natural environment. Our methods allow us to recycle water, avoid soil fumigation, deter nutrient and fertilizer runoff, as well as mitigate energy usage to produce a product that is better for our planet and better for your family.

We are looking to partner with farmers across the country who are interested in cultivation using the Edible Garden methods. A partnership with Edible Garden opens up unique relationships with stores and vendors looking for sustainable and locally grown produce. Edible Garden will provide our partners with training and support on an ongoing basis. Our goal is simple, to create a nationally recognized brand of high quality, responsible products cultivated by local growers. Together we can effect change!

Edible Garden is a wholly owned subsidiary of Terra Tech Corp OTC:TRTC and operated by the VandeVrede family, who has a rich history of Dutch Farming. The family successfully and responsibly operates the company in the same fashion they have for the last 40 years

Wherever you see the Edible Gardens brand you can rest assured that we are committed to caring for your community through economic growth and job creation by growing and selling our products locally and sustainably. We also give back a portion of our proceeds to local organizations that share our vision of making the world a greener and healthier place.

Edible Garden Greenhouse Farm
283 County Road 519
Belvidere, NJ 07823
Phone: 908-475-1465
Fax: 908-475-8515

PRODUCTS


Edible Garden strives to offer the freshest hydroponically farmed produce on the market today. We are focused on “Living” produce, meaning we never truly harvest the product. when you purchase our products the living root system is still attached meaning your produce is still alive and growing not decaying like traditionally cultivated produce. What does that mean for you and your family? A healthier, fresher and more nutritious product you can feel good about. Not only are you providing a healthier alternative for your body you are also helping your local community by creating jobs and reducing the carbon footprint. Like we say Better for your body and your planet!

Edible Garden’s living basil is grown hydroponically, which is a soilless method of cultivation that allows for us to deliver our products to your grocer with their root systems intact. This means your basil is still alive assuring that it is the healthiest and freshest option on the market. From the moment of harvest our competitor’s products have begun to decay, degrading flavor and causing the loss of valuable nutrients. Instead, our living basil plants continue to thrive allowing you to be the gardener harvesting live herbs in your own kitchen at the exact moment you need them. Discover for yourself the difference in freshness and flavor of Edible Garden’s living basil in your favorite recipes or try some of our kitchen-tested recommendations. You will not be disappointed!

As local farmers we exclusively grow, pack and ship our own products ensuring that we can monitor and guarantee safety and quality from seed to delivery. Edible Garden’s products are grown free of pesticides, herbicides, and field debris.

Edible Garden’s Butterhead Lettuce has a delicate and mildly sweet flavor with a firm crisp texture. Our lettuce is grown hydroponically, which is a soilless method of cultivation that allows for us to deliver our products to your grocer with their root systems intact. This means your Butterhead Lettuce is still alive assuring that it is the healthiest and freshest option on the market. From the moment of harvest our competitor’s products have begun to decay, degrading flavor and causing the loss of valuable nutrients. Instead, our living lettuce plants continue to thrive allowing you to be the gardener harvesting live greens in your own kitchen at the exact moment you need them. Discover for yourself the difference in freshness and flavor of Edible Garden’s living Butterhead Lettuce in your favorite recipes or try some of our kitchen-tested recommendations. You will not be disappointed!

As local farmers we exclusively grow, pack and ship our own products ensuring that we can monitor and guarantee safety and quality from seed to delivery. Edible Garden’s products are grown free of pesticides, herbicides, and field debris.

Edible’s Gardens local cut herbs are cut and packaged daily at our local greenhouse facilities. Competitor’s products have often been harvested weeks before arriving in the supermarket degrading flavor and causing the loss of valuable nutrients. By comparison, Edible Garden’s delivers only to local grocers within a defined geographical region ensuring our cut herbs are sold at the peak of freshness and flavor. Discover for yourself the difference in freshness and flavor of Edible Garden’s local cut herbs in your favorite recipes or try some of our kitchen-tested recommendations. You will not be disappointed!

As local farmers we exclusively grow, pack and ship our own products ensuring that we can monitor and guarantee safety and quality from seed to delivery. Edible Garden’s products are grown free of pesticides, herbicides, and field debris

Edible Garden’s living potted herbs bring the freshness, beauty, and aromas of an herb garden right onto your kitchen counter. Our living potted herbs make an attractive display while providing easy access to the freshest and tastiest additions to your culinary creations. From the moment of harvest our competitor’s products have begun to decay, degrading flavor and causing the loss of valuable nutrients. Instead, our living potted herbs continue to thrive allowing you to be the gardener harvesting live herbs in your own kitchen at the exact moment you need them. Discover for yourself the difference in freshness and flavor of Edible Garden’s living potted herbs in your favorite recipes or try some of our kitchen-tested recommendations. You will not be disappointed!

As local farmers we exclusively grow, pack and ship our own products ensuring that we can monitor and guarantee safety and quality from seed to delivery. Edible Garden’s products are grown free of pesticides, herbicides, and field debris.

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KNOW YOUR FARMER


Farming is vital to a thriving civilization, however the industrialization of the food system in America has separated citizens and grocers from our nation’s farmers. Edible Garden’s mission is to change that by bringing you and your farmer closer together! There are many benefits to knowing your farmer including the peace of mind that your food was grown by a caring individual and not a factory. With farms across the country, we promise to deliver the freshest and most nutritious locally grown produce to your supermarket. Enter your zip code to meet your Edible Garden’s farmer.

NORTHEAST



Locally grown by NB Plants Belvidere, NJ
farmIn 1908, generations of the Vande Vredes migrated from Holland, the greenhouse technology capital of the world. Dave Vande Vrede with wife Gerda, started the company in 1973. Today they are producing some of the freshest produce in the northeast. They are operating more than 350m square feet of greenhouse facilities, at multiple locations and 20 acres of outdoor space, growing Sustainably and Locally Grown produce and plants.



“We made the decision as a family years ago to farm in a way that is harmonious with nature. We knew we could keep our carbon footprint minimal and still produce a significant amount of produce in a sustainable manner. We only deliver within a few hours of our farm so that consumers can count on the freshest product and know that they are helping our environment.” Said Dave VandeVrede, NB Plants founder.

FLORIDA




Palm Creek Produce, Inc is a Fort Myers based hydroponic farmer who specializes in locally grown living produce. They operate a state of the art Closed Environment Agricultural (CEA) facility capable of producing up to 10,000 plants a week. They are proud to be producing the Edible Garden brand of sustainable produce for sale throughout the Florida market.

Palm Creek Produce, Inc
James M. Lewis
Farm Address:
18671 Palm Creek Drive North
Fort Myers, FL 33917
Mailing Address:
3502 NW 46th PL
Cape Coral, FL 33993


INDIANA




Heartland Growers, Westfield Indiana

With over 30 acres of greenhouse Heartland operates a significant footprint for us to launch our product throughout the Mid West. Their farms recycle water, utilize no harmful pesticides and use methane gas collected from a local landfill to heat their facility.

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Edible Garden’s goal is to revolutionize the way we feed our planet. Exploitative farming practices put an unfair burden on natural resources and diminish arable land at an alarming rate. As a whole we must change the way we interact with our environment, both for the health of our planet and the health of our bodies. Edible Garden does its part by blending “technology and nature in perfect harmony”. We supplement the latest in hydroponic technologies with mother nature in order to achieve a symbiotic relationship with our natural environment. Our methods allow us to recycle water, avoid soil fumigation, deter nutrient and fertilizer runoff, as well as mitigate energy usage to produce a product that is better for our planet and better for your family.

We are looking to partner with farmers across the country who are interested in cultivation using the Edible Garden methods. A partnership with Edible Garden opens up unique relationships with stores and vendors looking for sustainable and locally grown produce. Edible Garden will provide our partners with training and support on an ongoing basis. Our goal is simple, to create a nationally recognized brand of high quality, responsible products cultivated by local growers. Together we can effect change!



EAT LIVING




The Living difference.

it is no secret that the health of our nation is in steep decline. A large reason for this is that as humans we have strayed from our roots as hunter gatherers. For millennia we have subsided on fresh, living foods indigenous to our local environments. These foods are the fuel that our bodies are designed to run on for optimum energy levels and peak performance. Since the Industrial Revolution we have rapidly developed technologies that have separated our food from nature. The items on grocery store shelves today are heavily processed and meant to endure long shelf lives. They are transported to locations thousands of miles from where they are grown. By the time they reach our plates, weeks have passed since harvest and they’ve begun their natural process towards decay. Our bodies do not recognize these old, manipulated foods and therefore cannot properly assimilate them. While advances in industrial agriculture have seemed to make our lives easier they are actually making our waistlines bigger and our health poorer. Instead we must take cues from our ancestors so we can begin to enjoy a renewed sense of health and vitality!

The most important principle to abide by is to eat plenty of locally grown, living produce. What do we mean by “living produce”? Fresh foods are actually alive! They contain powerful anti-oxidants, enzymes, and nutrients that our bodies love. They allow us to enjoy boosted energy while performing at peak levels and fending off illness naturally. Shopping locally grown foods drastically reduces time from “farm to table” ensuring your foods still contain their life-force. Cooking also degrades the perfection of live enzymes and nutrients therefore it is essential to enjoy a significant amount of raw plant foods. Sprinkling fresh herbs over salads, into pasta dishes or on top of eggs is an excellent way to take advantage of living foods.

Living foods also have an alkalizing effect on the body. In order to fend off disease and maintain a healthy weight our body pH should be slightly alkaline. Fresh vegetables, leafy greens, and herbs are phenomenal for those who need to raise their body pH into an alkaline range. As we enjoy more of these foods we can watch every day aches and pains disappear, and caffeine is no longer needed as a “pick me up”. Those battling chronic diseases, and auto-immune disorders can even see a full reversal of their condition through a lifestyle heavy in living plant foods. Because of the industrialized food system in the US many of us are actually malnourished! Once we incorporate fresh, living foods into our diets we restore our bodies with nutrients aiding in weight loss as a nourished body does not suffer from excessive cravings. As you can see the benefits of these foods are truly miraculous!

Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine, said “Let thy food be thy medicine, and thy medicine be thy food”. It is clear that our best “food medicines” are living plant foods. To learn more about how to take full advantage of our locally grown, fresh, living foods please visit our recipes section.



NUTRITION THYME !!!!!!!!


Chives


Are very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Thiamin, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Phosphorus and Zinc, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Riboflavin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Copper and Manganese






Sage


Is very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Vitamin C, Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), Thiamin and Copper, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, Folate, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Manganese.






Basil


Is low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Protein, Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), Riboflavin and Niacin, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, Folate, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Zinc, Copper and Manganese






Lettuce


is low in Sodium, and very low in Saturated Fat and Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Thiamin, Riboflavin, Calcium, Magnesium and Phosphorus, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, Folate, Iron, Potassium and Manganese.






Parsley


is low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Protein, Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Pantothenic Acid, Phosphorus and Zinc, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Folate, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Copper and Manganese






Rosemary


This food is low in Sodium, and very low in Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Vitamin B6, Magnesium, Potassium and Copper, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Folate, Calcium, Iron and Manganese






Thyme


is very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Vitamin B6, Folate, Phosphorus, Potassium and Zinc, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Riboflavin, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Copper and Manganese






Cilantro


is very low in Saturated Fat and Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Thiamin and Zinc, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), Vitamin K, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Copper and Manganese






Mint


is low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol. It is also a good source of Protein, Thiamin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Phosphorus and Zinc, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Riboflavin, Folate, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Copper and Manganese






Oregano


is very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Vitamin B6, Potassium and Copper, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), Vitamin K, Folate, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Manganese

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THE LOCAL DIFFERENCE



Buying Local is Supporting Your Community.

chart copyIn addition to being a more sustainable method of growing, Edible Gardens is also Jersey Fresh certified, and must meet a certain quality standard for size, shape and even coloring.
All our herbs and leafy greens have been inspected to meet quality standards equal to or better than U.S. No. 1. To receive the Jersey Fresh logo, products must be high quality, uniformly sized, and consistently packed. The Jersey Fresh inspection and grading service helps ensure food safety and quality for con- sumers. In addition, Inspections and certifications at packing houses and processing facilities help guarantee that the prod- ucts being shipped or processed also meet all grade standards.
To maximize shelf-life and freshness during shipping, produce from other states—or even other countries—are picked and harvested prior to the peak of flavor and ripeness.
What we offer is grown locally, with a geographic proximity to supermarket distribution centers. Because we harvest at the peak of flavor and freshness, our herbs and greens are actually better for you, retaining more of their nutritionally important vitamins and minerals.

Fresh from our farm . . . to your kitchen!

We provide your customers with the freshest product possible.
And you can count on less spoilage, with expiration dates far exceeding those products packed and shipped from outside of the U.S.

Say No, to GMOs!!!.



gmo About GMOs
The term “genetically modified organism,” or GMO, refers to a living organism whose genes have been altered by inserting gene from an unrelated species. This type of technology is called “transgenic” technology and has been used in over 40 species of plants for food and fibers. In crops, the technology has generally been used to incorporate genes that enhance resistance to insecticides, herbicides or pesticides, enhance drought tolerance, encourage higher yields or promote the ability to plant more in a smaller area.
The most popular herbicide-tolerant GMOs are Monsanto’s Roundup Ready® crops, which are engineered to be resistant to the company’s own broad-spectrum herbicide Roundup (Glyphosate). This enables growers to use large quantities of Roundup on their fields, and the herbicide will kill everything except the GM crop.
Today, over 80% of US corn, soybean and cotton crops are genetically modified. GM sugar beets were introduced in 2008, and already in the first year, 90% of the sugar beets grown in the U.S. are genetically modified.
There have been many arguments justifying the incorporation of GMOs into the food supply. However, there is evidence that GM foods have an increased risk of causing allergic reactions, and uncontrollable cross-pollination depletes crop diversity which has resulted in resistant “super-weeds” and “super-pests.” It’s clear that the primary benefits of GM seeds are to the seed and pesticide companies, not to growers or consumers. And many risks are as of yet unknown.
The best way to avoid GM foods is to choose organic foods.

Edible Gardens Stand on GMOs:
We have always been opposed to the use of GMOs
The family farmers of Edible Garden have not and will never knowingly or willingly utilize genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in any of our products, processes or feed. We have held this position since our inception.

We advocate for the elimination of GMOs
Edible Garden has always been actively involved in advocating for the elimination of GMOs. We support the position of many environmental, health, farmer and consumer organizations, and call for immediate mandatory labeling of all foods and food ingredients produced from GMOs.

We believe that questionable farming practices, such as the use of GMOs, should be prohibited until proven beyond any doubt to be safe for animals, the environment and people.

HYDROPONICS




The Science Behind Soilless Growing.

Hydroponics vegetable
Hydroponics is a soilless method of growing plants that uses a combination of mineral nutrient solutions and water. Contrary to popular belief, soil is not essential to the growth of plants, but is merely a “holding area” for necessary mineral nutrients that, when dissolved in water, are absorbed by plant roots.
Through the use of less water and less space to produce herbs and greens, Hydroponic farming is a 100% natural and sustainable growing method that dramatically reduces our carbon footprint. Hydroponics allows farmers to cultivate on a commercial scale without diminishing natural resources or contributing to our nations rapid loss of arable land



eco
Additional benefits of hydroponics:

*** Eliminates the use of pesticides, keeping produce free of toxic residues

*** Leaves no harmful residues in the soil, which causes a risk of absorption in future growth Greenhouse farms can grow in the same footprint year after year without degrading valuable soil

*** Minimizes risk of pathogens or bacteria uses only 10% of the water required by traditional farming

*** Enables year-round production yields 30 to 40 times more produce in a smaller amount of space than traditional agriculture

*** Reduces food miles — products can be grown and sold locally in any climate, minimal transport required

*** Provides a longer shelf-life as market deliveries are made shortly after harvest

*** Creates ideal growing conditions in environmentally-controlled greenhouses

*** Eradicates crop failure due to weather or insects


To fulfill a comprehensive commitment to growing safe and natural produce, Edible Garden is making strides towards organic certification. We are already using nutrients certified by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI).




EAT GREEN




Mother and daughter shopping for produce. A diet rich in living plant foods, especially greens, can truly work miracles when it comes to improving and maintaining overall wellness. The secret is one of the most miraculous components of the plant kingdom: chlorophyll. You may remember from science class that chlorophyll is a phytochemical that gives plants their green pigmentation. Chlorophyll is also essential to photosynthesis, the process by which plants transform light into energy. What you may not know is that chlorophyll isn’t only essential to the well being of your garden! Our daily lives consist of unavoidable exposure to many toxins that deteriorate our health and contribute to disease by pushing our body pH into an acidic range. The best way to maintain your health is to arm your body in the battle against toxicity. Chlorophyll’s molecular structure is almost identical to hemoglobin making it one of our best allies in cleaning, replenishing and alkalizing the blood. Ingesting chlorophyll boosts energy levels, fights infection, aids in the healing of wounds, detoxifies the blood, improves circulation, and assists in digestion. While it sounds too good to be true all you have to do to benefit from chlorophyll is eat plenty of greens! Herbs, lettuces, and other green veggies all contain chlorophyll. Include a green salad full of fresh herbs at every meal, create delicious pestos and dressings with living basil and top your favorite pasta or seafood dish with fresh chopped parsley. Try to include something green at each meal and you will instantly start benefitting from chlorophyll.



Creating sustainable solutions for the cultivation of indoor agriculture. “TRTC” www.terratechcorp.com




Terra Tech
 

The following Mission, Vision, and Message from CEO have not been updated since the Edible Garden Acquisition..

Mission

To design, develop and market the most innovative and environmentally friendly agricultural equipment for both commercial and retail markets.

Vision

Our Vision is to help transform, through innovation, the way we feed the global population through methods that are both sustainable as well as environmentally friendly.



Message from CEO

Terra Tech is pioneering the future by integrating the best of the natural world with technology to create sustainable solutions for food production, indoor cultivation and garden research and development. With commercial agriculture going both indoors and vertical we are uniquely poised to provide the best products and solutions to both our commercial and retail customers. We are pushing hard to make Terra Tech THE resource for commercial hydroponic equipment and design.

Through our subsidiary GrowOpTechnology Ltd we design and manufacture an advanced and affordable line of horticultural equipment for the discerning grower. We have searched the globe and worked closely with expert horticulturists, engineers, and scientists to bring to the market some of the most unique and efficient designs.

In addition to our hydroponic equipment lineup, GrowOp specializes in some of the most high-tech portable controlled agriculture systems on the market today; the BIG BUD and the little BUD. It is our commitment to provide you with the highest quality products at the lowest possible prices.  Explore our family of products and learn how we use technology to interface harmoniously with nature.

We look forward to Growing with you....

CEO Signature

Derek A. Peterson
President/CEO

 

About Us

Terra Tech. is pioneering the future by integrating the best of the natural world with technology to create sustainable solutions for food production, indoor cultivation, rare and exotic plants, and agricultural research and development. The emerging trend of urban and indoor agriculture has fostered an entrepreneurial push by companies to bring their concept to market.

Many of these companies lack the both the intellectual resources and manufacturing capabilities to bring their idea to fruition. That is where Terra Tech can help. We have the team and the resources to help bring your design from concept to production. By utilizing our processes and best practices in conjunction with our manufacturing capabilities you can be assured that your design will be fabricated to spec and within budget.

We operate in 2 distinct markets:

Terra Tech

Commercial AG - Commercial agriculture is beginning to migrate to controlled indoor environments. Every year the US loses significant portions of its' fertile agricultural land due to urbanization. In an effort to sustain our population cultivation is moving both indoors as well as vertical. Indoor cultivation allows urban farmers to have multiple harvests throughout the year while maximizing their production of healthy and nutrient dense fruits and vegetables. For example, over 40% of all fresh tomatoes sold in U.S. retail stores are now greenhouse grown.

We work with you to help design, develop and manufacture cultivation system which will both maximize you space and mitigate your energy costs. From rooftop/vertical hydroponic and aeroponic systems to custom designed greenhouse management systems Terra Tech is continually developing products and working with strategic partners, like Bayer Crop Sciences, to continually capture market share of this growing industry.

GrowOp Tech

Retail AG – Through our subsidiary  GrowOp Technology Ltd. (www.growopltd.com) we design and manufacture an advanced and affordable line of horticulture equipment for the discerning grower. We believe in affordable access to top quality products. We have searched the globe and worked closely with expert horticulturists, engineers, and scientists to bring to the market some of the most unique and efficient designs. GrowOp Tech operates out of its warehouse facility located on over an acre in Oakland, Ca. Our products have been featured on NBC, National Geographic, CNBC and more.

In addition to our organic growth through Terra Tech's commercial manufacturing and GrowOp Technology's retail brand we intend to acquire to accelerate growth.  We are focused on well-positioned market participants that have a competitive advantage in their respective segment in addition to generating strong operating cash flow.

Rollup Strategy

  • Fragmented market consists of smaller scale inefficient manufacturers and distribution companies. With our brand recognition and experienced management team we can maximize productivity, provide economies of scale and increase profitability through our public market vehicle.
  • Acquiring unique products and niche players where barriers to entry are high and margins are robust providing them with a broader outlet for their products
  • Second stage-Acquire multiple production facilities to capture the market vertical from manufacturing to production up to retail.

Terra Tech Corp.

Share Structure:
market value: not available
shares outstanding:
estimated :
123,577,646
float:

Transfer Agent:
West Coast Stock Transfer Inc.



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Mon, Mar 25, 2013
Business Plan for Pot? FoxBusiness (Mon, Mar 25)
 
Wed, Mar 26, 2013
Terra Tech Corp:  Issues Corporate Update on GroRite and NB Plants Merger and Recent Financing Business Wire(Wed, Mar 27)

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Wed, May 15

Terra Tech Subsidiary Announces Second Quarter 2013 Revenue Guidance
GlobeNewswire(Wed, May 15)



Terra Tech Subsidiary Edible Garden, Signs Distribution Deal with Florida Based Palm Creek Produce, Inc.


Terra Tech Subsidiary, Edible Garden, Begins Construction on Their New Five Acre Hydroponic Production Facility

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#18608  Sticky Note TRTC Wallstreet Journal article from Jan. 9, 2014 On2_addict 01/12/14 06:05:27 AM
#71272   Source is SleekVISION sleekscape 08/29/14 07:46:54 AM
#71271   How can I show a news release dated sleekscape 08/29/14 07:46:09 AM
#71270   Good morning longs sleekscape 08/29/14 07:45:26 AM
#71269   He says at the bottom "This is what Freed 08/29/14 07:26:37 AM
#71268   Too much specific info to be a pie Blakedog 08/29/14 07:07:40 AM
#71266   How can you show a news release that Blakedog 08/29/14 06:37:09 AM
#71265   monest hind you predicted that EG will never maxxm 08/29/14 06:02:07 AM
#71264   You seem to forget the future potential haze maxxm 08/29/14 05:40:12 AM
#71263   The cost to build NV facility is going maxxm 08/29/14 05:28:05 AM
#71262   Revenue is doubling and tripling on a consistant maxxm 08/29/14 05:24:14 AM
#71261   New retail outlet contracts that were not part maxxm 08/29/14 05:21:22 AM
#71260   Alan Brochstein Tuesday, 08/26/14 09:24:56 PM Jtyler1 post# maxxm 08/29/14 05:18:39 AM
#71259   not true haze maxxm 08/29/14 05:18:05 AM
#71258   Well said.. Get in or put up. Simple Cbdpotential 08/29/14 04:43:37 AM
#71257   TRTC would be able to provide the highest quality: HeatfoX 08/29/14 04:08:38 AM
#71256   TRTC has traded between .34 - .40 the sleekscape 08/29/14 01:32:04 AM
#71255   TRTC will continue to grow,grow,grow long term,month by catsrevenge 08/29/14 01:17:01 AM
#71254   Shorts will be fried when that gets released!! On2_addict 08/29/14 01:15:38 AM
#71251   Terra Tech Achieves Historic Milestone sleekscape 08/28/14 11:28:37 PM
#71248   Federal government considers marijuana to be as bad JB3136 08/28/14 10:26:47 PM
#71247   20140828/TRTC/499597/0/1550011/O About 33% short today. Ziggy ziggy7796 08/28/14 10:25:55 PM
#71246   Nothing has changed. sleekscape 08/28/14 10:21:58 PM
#71245   Completely agree with you. all4weed 08/28/14 10:16:57 PM
#71244   Next week sleekscape 08/28/14 10:15:11 PM
#71243   Now its More like touching the Pant Pockets fulleroots 08/28/14 09:54:48 PM
#71242   chart is looking bad- we need to touch mgrove77 08/28/14 09:50:43 PM
#71241   Long and strong TRTC still here almost 2 dmcc2087 08/28/14 09:45:17 PM
#71239   This is false. longanisa 08/28/14 09:38:03 PM
#71238   How is the greenhouse a TRTC asset when I-Glow 08/28/14 09:37:56 PM
#71237   Does it cost too much or too little? Dbrown13 08/28/14 09:16:36 PM
#71236   Are you hyping the machine that cost about mike_usa 08/28/14 09:08:03 PM
#71235   Which Monday or Tuesday ?? What happened to mike_usa 08/28/14 09:06:17 PM
#71234   You should listen to the interview with the mjtruth 08/28/14 08:27:17 PM
#71233   You mean the 6 mil the bought from the haze 08/28/14 08:20:39 PM
#71232   So when will this hit .20 haze in maxxm 08/28/14 08:08:11 PM
#71230   Agreed. Something in exchange for those shares and MD-420 08/28/14 08:03:44 PM
#71229   No Cash? And here I thought $6 million allson 08/28/14 08:03:05 PM
#71228   That would be fine, and a break on Dbrown13 08/28/14 08:00:40 PM
#71227   Or did trtc but the cbd extractor for MD-420 08/28/14 07:55:49 PM
#71226   TOS does not permit an answer. Dbrown13 08/28/14 07:48:35 PM
#71224   Is trtc extracting for Blum like trtc paying Dbrown13 08/28/14 07:39:39 PM
#71223   Other than that, yeah, it should be trading ceps101 08/28/14 07:33:47 PM
#71222   Because they are 30 million dollars in debt ceps101 08/28/14 07:32:40 PM
#71220   Lol yep .. Been a shareholder here well Cbdpotential 08/28/14 07:12:29 PM
#71212   Definitely ! One word..... Extraction mjtruth 08/28/14 05:25:33 PM
#71211   Yep.. Smart money is buying Cbdpotential 08/28/14 05:23:34 PM
#71210   Haze read the financials please.. Tell everyone what greengold24k 08/28/14 05:12:24 PM
#71208   Step:1 = Read your last statement. NeverSettle 08/28/14 05:10:34 PM
#71207   Hopefully tomorrow is a better day long and dmcc2087 08/28/14 04:53:31 PM
#71206   TRTC continues trading precisely according to our projections. MonestHind 08/28/14 04:50:37 PM
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