Frequently Asked Questions

Most people are new to indoor vertical agriculture; thus, we understand you may have many questions regarding our technique and methodology.

An essential factor is that we tailor each project to your specific needs. So, please contact us, and we will help you through the process.

Q: How long does it typically take to construct a greenhouse?

From the construction phase to the completion of the project, our usual timetable is nine months. Of course, this will be determined by the scale and complexity of your project.

Q: How much area does a vertical farm require, and how much food can it generate?

Our suggested deployable vertical space farm size in city, rural, and developed areas is 62,500 sq ft.

A vertical farm may be harvested at any time of the year, resulting in up to 1000% more harvests than a typical farm. All year round, you will never run out of nutritious leafy greens.

Q: What kinds of crops do you plant on your vertical farm?

Our farms are customized based on your nutritional needs and demands. Thanks to our greenhouse technology capabilities, we can create the ideal environment for roughly 50 different types of fruits and vegetables to bloom.

We mostly grow hydroponic produce in our vertical farms, including leafy greens like spinach, celery, basil, or eastern greens like pak choi. We may also produce jalapenos, tomatoes, and bell peppers. The list is endless!

Q: What produce don’t you grow on your vertical farm?

We mostly cultivate hydroponic crops. While our technology can grow berries and peppers, it cannot grow tubers. A tuber is a crop in which the lower portion of the root is collected and consumed. Our technology keeps the plant roots immersed in water 24 hours a day. Hence, we don’t grow tubers because our vegetation system can cause them to rot.

Q: How are vertical greenhouses more environmentally friendly than conventional farms?

We find pleasure in constructing vertical farms that conserve water, rely largely on natural light, and take less space and resources. Also, our systems require less gas-powered gear to cultivate, harvest, and transport.

More significantly, all our produce is non-GMO and free of preservatives. What’s more, our product shelf life is extended, allowing us to harvest and distribute our plants to the market within 48 hours. Consequently, waste is reduced, and the risk of food-borne illness is eliminated.

Q: What makes your produce more nutritious?

Since our produce is harvested and taken to the market within 48 hours, they can get to you within a short time. Hence, they do not lose much of their nutritional value, unlike produce from traditional farms. We do not use preservatives or pesticides, which can cause leafy greens to lose their nutritional value.