The Benefits of Using Spray Foam Insulation in Your Chicken Coop

Hey there! If you’re diving into a DIY project for your backyard, specifically building a chicken coop, you might want to consider using spray foam insulation. Spray foam is a versatile material that expands to fill cracks and crevices, forming a tight seal. It’s known for its excellent insulation properties, which can be a game-changer in keeping your coop comfy and cozy for your feathered friends. Plus, a quick tip right off the bat: to get spray foam off your hands, rub them with a combination of vegetable oil and dish …

My Riding Mower Won’t Move- What Is Wrong with It?

Man cutting grass

It happens to the best of us. You decide to trim your lawn to perfect, and when you get ready to start work- your lawn mower develops a mind of its own. It just won’t move!
Frankly, it’s frustrating and puzzling when your riding mower won’t move. A riding lawn mower is essential for many homeowners, streamlining the lawn maintenance task.
It’s crucial to know what to do when your lawn mower encounters issues preventing it from functioning properly. Luckily, you’ve got us! This …

Growing Plants With Solar Heat Lamps: The Benefits and Drawbacks

Can plants be cultivated using heat lamps as an alternative to sunlight? The short answer is yes, because similarly to the Sun, heat lamps emit both light and heat. However, if you critically assess this question, is the light and heat from a synthetic light source enough to grow plants? Is there something else they need in addition to heat and light?
For plants to grow under solar-powered heat lamps, this light source must be capable of certain things:

Enabling lighting regulation to imitate day to night cycles

Hydroponic Produce Packed with Flavor

The food we buy at the grocery store is often cultivated from facilities that employ chemicals to keep the land and its crops viable.  Hydroponic food is distinguished by the fact that it is grown entirely without the need for soil or big outdoor spaces. With our vertical farming technology, green retain their nutritional value for longer. We cultivate delicious and flavorful fruits and vegetables all the time and deliver fresh vegetables to consumers quickly.
Hydroponic farms make it easier and faster to bring freshly grown vegetables to consumers’ plates. Such farms may even be built in any environment or structure since …

Hydroponic Systems

Our vertical farm is not just any regular hydroponic greenhouse. With agricultural technologies and customizable greenhouse systems, you can grow vast amounts of local products in a safe, sustainable, and efficient manner.
Our Greenhouses
Our greenhouses are built to help you grow and harvest over 50 varieties of produce. We have developed vertical farming technology that can provide the ideal balance of ventilation, nutrients, moisture, and hydration. This makes it possible to grow a wide range of fresh produce, from lettuce to berries to jalapenos, that are preservative-free and non-GMO.
Our micro-…

Vertical Greenhouse Farming

Vertical farming, as opposed to horizontal farming, involves growing and harvesting crops on elevated shelves. Vertical farmers may grow substantially more crops on the same amount of surface with this technology, thus saving up on land space.
On our vertical farming methods, we grow crops in stacked plant containers within tower-like platforms. These towers are essentially hydroponic systems intended to generate the ideal microclimate and enable farmers to produce any crops they like throughout the year.
Vertical farming technique, however, requires controlled temperature, light, and moisture management to be productive. Our…

Vertical Farming for Food Security

In the last two decades, world food costs have risen by an average of 2.6 percent each year. Rising food prices are adequate proof that traditional agriculture is failing. Research shows that 64% of developing countries are commodity-dependent, and 60% of leafy greens worldwide are from three countries only.
If these trends continue, it will not only jeopardize our basic quality of life by diverting more spare funds to food, but it will also undermine our overall food security.
Vertical farming, a technology-driven agricultural paradigm, may offer a means of addressing agriculture production and food security in the next …

Developing Urban Agriculture

With rising urban populations and an unreliable market system and food supply chain, we ought to develop a more sustainable and secure way to grow and deliver food to our society.
Our farms employ community-based greenhouses integrated with sustainable vertical farming tools to assist cities all around the planet produce significant amounts of food.
We have established a new benchmark for urban development and urban farming. With our indoor vertical farms, we hope to increase local food accessibility, city sustainability, and income development, allowing the society and its future to thrive.
We understand how critical …

Indoor Vertical Farming as a Service

Since its inception, Home Grown Farm has been the market leader in indoor vertical farming. We optimize growth using one-of-a-kind aeroponics that uses up to 90% less water and zero chemicals.
At our company, horticulture intertwines with biology, engineering, food hygiene, machine learning, and feeding practices. This offers us the fantastic opportunity to explore plant biology in ways never recognized before.
Our commercial farms are designed for year-round production, ensuring that you always have a fresh supply of herbs, fruits, and vegetables, regardless of the season or weather. We have cultivated over 500 different …

The Future Trends of Vertical Farming

There are a lot of predictions for 2025 in various industries, and the food industry is no exception. Here are some vertical farming trends that we expect to see through 2025.
1. More Urban Consumption
Our planet is becoming more urbanized. This growing urbanization is causing a slew of problems, one of which is increased food insecurity. This issue may be addressed with the aid of vertical farming. Plants are cultivated indoors and piled vertically in containers in a vertical farm.
As a result, a vertical farm can produce significantly more food in far less space than regular farms. Due to the fact …