Gravel Industry Benefits

General strategy -Share approach with those likely interested

Specific industry strategies:


Food Security – Work with world NGOs on teaching gravel agriculture techniques as an alternative method in the developing world.


Academic – Work with K –12 as well as colleges and universities to study, test and experiment with the science and nutrition of gravel gardening in school. Develop the field of geological agriculture with a full curriculum up to doctorate level.


Organic – Teach farmers that gravel gardening enables you to get your organic certification.


Real Estate Developers – Train contractors and developers on how to install gravel gardens to offer as a feature in new home construction.


Urban Design – Train contractors on developing buildings with gravel gardens on balcony and roof tops for LEED certification. Development of municipal landscapes.


Landscaping – Train landscapers on how to install and manage a gravel garden to offer as a service to homeowners.


Retail – Sell the how to guide online and at retail.


Packaging – Include directions on the back of appropriate gravel.


Home gardeners – Cheap organic way to garden

Going Gravel: A new age in gardening
To Soil Less
Welcome to a new age in gardening; Gravel Gardening. Yes, we have found a way to grow and sustain vegetables, fruits and flowering plants using nothing more than gravel, sand and cotton based fabric. The use of gravel in the cultivation of crops may represent the most resource efficient method of growing crops ever to exist. The ingredients are all natural and last a lifetime. Geological Agriculture is the process of growing fruits, vegetables and flowers in rock environments. Known also as geo-agriculture or gravel gardening, this method of cultivating crops enables vegetation to occur and sustain itself with limited to no use of soil and fertilizers.
What's New
Gravel Grow Cup

Gravel Grow Cup

Click the link above for the Gravel Grow Cup Gallery

Gravel Grow Cup Commercial

Gravel Grow Cup Commercial

First commercial of geological agriculture; Introducing the Gravel Grow Cup – Sustainability in a Box