research & academia 2


Baltic Freya’s plant scientists achieve reproduceable results; therefore, scalable intellectual property is produced with every growth cycle. Intact and undamaged plant utilization will provide numerous research options.  Unlike any other aeroponic systems, our Solid-State technology enables:

  1. Rhizosphere manipulation through aerosol qualities, including droplet diameter manipulation
  2. Predictable and reproducible results, unique data collection and guaranteed unique research
  3. New Intellectual property (“growing recipes”) commercialization
  4. Easy installation and near-zero maintenance


Our team has lots of research ideas and directions, but it is not possible to cover everything in-house. We are therefore sharing our general research directions that have high potential for new, sustainable innovation, with the hope to inspire further investigation by the Scientific community.

  1. ORGANIC AEROPONICS: The methodologies and technologies related to organic nutrient media application and live effect monitoring in aeroponics are largely underdeveloped. Inorganic fertilizer is the predominant choice of fertilization in aeroponics due to clogging that would be caused by organic particles. Organic fertilization in aeroponics using uncloggable e-Nozzles is now possible and can be investigated for combined aeroponic and organic benefits.
  2. ROOT SHAPING: Advancing plant productivity by root shaping in aeroponics can be done by manipulating droplet diameters. Droplet properties directly influence root development of aeroponically grown plants. Root surface area can be increased with irrigation protocols that includes combination of droplet diameters and misting intervals manipulation during vegetation; when achieved root strength supports aboveground photosynthetic productivity.
  3. TUBER FORMATION: Aeroponic irrigation is widely used to produce disease-free seeds. Most systems used are low pressure due to clogging and power requirements. The effects of different droplet diameters, especially those <50µm are understudied. Baltic Freya e-Nozzles enable potato seed production in areas underserved in terms of water and power infrastructure, especially because no pressure pumping systems or reverse osmosis water is required.