Collection: Urban Vertical Farming

Urban Vertical Farming takes advantage of compact indoor spaces to produce vegetables, herbs, and fruits in a controlled environment. Crops are grown year-round with measured light, temperature, water, and airflow. The produce is available in any season at peak ripeness and freshness. 

The earth’s population is expected to top 9 billion by the year 2050, and two out of three of those people will live in urban areas. As energy and transportation costs rise, producing food where consumers live makes sense. 

Urban Vertical Farming can be sited in areas unsuited for other uses or in unused buildings. Structures vary in size and shape, with some manufacturers selling complete systems ready to assemble or use. Accurate control over growing conditions provides high crop yields and excellent product quality in small spaces. Farmers can quickly adapt to regional tastes and desires of consumers.


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