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 hydroponics are designed to provide plants with exposure to natural daylight because we do not cultivate in a building or indoor environment that is completely lit by LED lights.
Such a system is designed to allow farmers to expand with minimal waste of land, water, and workforce. And our sustainable system gives you complete control over your land. This involves production tools that will assist you in optimizing crop cycles and produce a sufficient output to fulfill your objectives.
Our farming solutions enable you to grow more sustainably anywhere on the planet. You can deliver fresh, high-quality vegetables to any location with our compact greenhouse footprint and 98 percent less water than traditional farming.
Grow the Freshest and Most Nutritious Produce
You may even harvest each crop once a week. You should also never be concerned about crop yield loss due to pests or soil pollution. Furthermore, your plants will be healthier as a result of our regulated climate and natural sunshine exposure.
Unlike traditional farming, where the harvest is only seasonal and overly reliant on a finite quantity of arable land, plants grow quicker and stronger in our system since they are not fighting for nutrients.
Vertical Farming for a Better Planet
Vertical farming, we believe, brings us one step closer to food independence while simultaneously pushing us away from global volatility. It contributes to the battle against commodity dependency, fluctuating market pricing, and a long supply chain.