A Fishers-based agriculture tech startup has launched a crowdfunding campaign to assist people in Puerto Rico affected by Hurricane Maria. Aggressively Organic Inc. is looking to raise $500,000 in order to ship 50,000 of its Micro Growth Systems, which the company says will help feed the people of Puerto Rico.

The Micro Growth Systems are self-contained personal hydroponic systems that will allow residents, agencies and relief groups in Puerto Rico to grow various types of vegetables and herbs within 30-60 days. The startup says the users would only need to provide enough water, 24 to 32 ounces, and sunshine or lighting to grow the plants.

More information about how the Micro Growth Systems work can be found in the video below. The crowdfunding campaign is being hosted through Humanity Project. Aggressively Organic says when a donor purchases one or several systems for families in Puerto Rico, the company will send the same amount of systems to the donor.

You can learn more about the crowdfunding campaign by clicking here.

Aggressively Organic is one of five Fishers-based companies to announce expansion plans in the Hamilton County city. The startup says it will invest more than $730,000 and add 200 jobs by 2021.