This lettuce was planted in the ground at the same time as the JackPot-grown lettuce shown previously and given the same nutritional inputs. Notice the size and overall health difference between the Jackpot-grown lettuce and the in-ground grown.
Tomatoes planted at the same time, in the same soil. The only difference is the Jackpot. (Jackpot has two plants).
Carrots in JackPots (Note sandy, field-like soil used--the Jackpot's superior aeration is the key!)
Onions thrive in JackPots
A typical 15-gallon JackPot vegetable garden layout comprised of 72 JackPots in a space of 15' x 20'
Blueberries thrive in JackPots in a mix of 9 parts pine bark fines and 1 part Canadian peat moss--great drainage and an acidic medium.
Barbados Cherries (Acerola) in 15-gallon JackPots produce an abundance of highly nutritious fruit.
Figs in JackPots
Jaboticaba in JackPots show extraordinary vigor.
30 gallon Mango
30-gallon Avocados and 45-gallon Honey Bell Tangelos
Lula avocado thriving in the high-aeration JackPot
Sunraycer nectarines in 15-gallon JackPots
Sunraycer nectarines, tree-ripened and ready to enjoy!