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Roto-Gro owns its automated rotary hydroponic garden system, which allows for plants to be stacked vertically within a compact rotating growing bed.

Roto-Gro up on ASX debut

Canadian hydroponics technology company Roto-Gro International has closed its first day of trading on the ASX, after completing a $3.6 million initial public offering managed by Perth-based Barclay Wells.

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