GARDENA, Calif., Nov. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- GrowLife Inc. (formerly known as Phototron Holdings, Inc.) (OTCBB: PHOT), an innovative leader in high end horticultural supply, today announced the signing of their first North American distribution deal with at-home gardening brand, Urban Cultivator earlier this week.
Urban Cultivator offers a distinct line of products for at-home gardeners that focus on bringing fresh micro greens, herbs and leafy produce to families around the globe. Offered in both residential and commercial capacities, the company's automated and user-friendly machines are designed to promote year-round agricultural sustainability for users of all types. Finally, the firm also provides extremely helpful and informative customer service base as well, for all users who have questions or would like to be taught how to "grow their own."
The Urban Cultivator line of products is now available on all GrowLife websites, and at all retail locations in California. Individuals can also order directly over the phone by calling 1-866-632-3111.
"The availability of fresh produce and its travel time from the farm to your table are ever growing concerns of 21st century families around the world," says Urban Cultivator owner and CEO Tarren Wolfe. "But, with the right equipment, proper direction and forward thinking attitude, you can healthily feed your family pesticide free produce and all year round.Urban Cultivator had an exciting start, being pitched on Canada's "Shark Tank" (Dragon's Den) and receiving a $400,000 deal. They have expanded rapidly, landing large-scale deals with The Four Seasons Restaurants, celebrity chef endorsements, and several condo developments where a Residential Cultivator will be outfitted in each unit. Additional information on about the company's recent initiatives can be seen here: http://www.urbancultivator.net/press/ GrowLife Inc and Urban Cultivator are strong advocates of a "grow your own" mentality, urging all people to begin living a more healthy and sustainable lifestyle by growing their own veggies, greens, herbs and micro greens in their own homes. Recently, GrowLife announced that it voted "yes" on California Prop 37, which would label foods that are genetically engineered or contain genetically modified organisms, GMOs. Several polls have shown that more than 90% of Americans would like to know that their food is genetically engineered, including a survey conducted by The Mellman Group.