Vertical Urban Farming
In a vertical farm, crops do not depend on the soil surface, vegetables are grown on multiple
levels. Plant containers are placed in tight rows on superimposed shelves and are usually grown
above ground, in a closed and controlled environment.
Vertical farms have a yield that can exceed 100 times that of traditional agriculture while using
10 times less water. No longer dependent on natural light, vertical farms can be installed
With greatly increased productivity and drastically reduced costs and environmental impacts
associated with food transportation, this farming method is booming. Indoor vertical farms
create the perfect environment for plants while reducing the impact of climate change. Our
product line for this market is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Our
products are rugged and corrosion-resistant.
Here is a short presentation from our president on this area of expertise.