Consortium Plans To Build & Operate Scotland's First Low Carbon, Energy Efficient, Soil-Free Vertical Farms In The Central Belt

AgTech specialist Light Science Technologies has announced it is part of a consortium of four British companies that have earmarked a series of sites between Dumbarton and Dundee for the locations of Scotland's next generation of hectare+ scale vertical farms, powered by 100% Scottish renewables. These farms would provide locally produced fresh foods (salads and fruits) to over 60% of the Scottish population.

Vertical Harvest Raises $8.35 Million in Series A Funding to Jump-Start Expansion

Vertical Harvest is shaping a new model of civic infrastructure in the U.S. with urban indoor vertical farms co-located with affordable housing all while creating jobs for the underemployed

AFFINOR GROWERS HITS THE SHELVES IN VANCOUVER BC WITH VERTICAL FARMED STRAWBERRIES

The strawberry harvest, packaging and delivery to local markets represents a successful commercial pilot of Affinor's patented rotating towers (Canada, USA, Colombia, and Aruba), automated systems and processes. The berries were grown in Affinor's 15,000 square foot greenhouse in Abbotsford BC from seedlings over the winter of 2022.

Wheat crisis opens door for huge indoor farming potential, says AgTech specialist

As wheat prices continue to surge amid a deepening conflict in Ukraine, lasting damage threatens an already weakened global food system. Governments must urgently prioritise food security through championing indoor vertical farming as a sustainable, long-term solution, urges leading AgTech company Light Science Technologies (LST).

Light Bio Partners with Ginkgo Bioworks to Optimize the Brightness of Glowing Plants through Bioluminescence Engineering

Leveraging Ginkgo's plant-cell assay and engineering capabilities to aid Light Bio in optimizing the performance of its light-emitting plants

Fluence Research Reveals Higher Yields With Combined Intercanopy and Top Light High-Intensity Strategy

In collaboration with Wageningen University & Research, Fluence explored how intercanopy lighting combined with top light affected cucumber and tomato yields and morphology

Great Western Industrial Park Brings the Future of Agriculture to Northern Colorado

Phase one of the New York-based, indoor farming pioneer's project will house a 150,000 square foot state-of-the-art climate-controlled, high-tech hydroponic greenhouse facility.

Berry Gardens Growers and Jones Food Company partner to see strawberries grow up

Berry Gardens, the UK's largest supplier of the nation's berries and cherries, and Jones Food Company, owner of Europe's largest indoor vertical farm, have agreed terms to conduct trials into vertically-grown strawberries.

Indoor Farming Leader Square Roots Opens New Farm in Springfield, Ohio; Partnering With Gordon Food Service to Further Expand in the Midwest

New climate-controlled, cloud-connected facility is the company's fourth farm built in partnership with Gordon Food Service, and the company's second farm to open this year.

Bowery Farming Partners with The Nature Conservancy to Support Rewilding Efforts Through 'Rewild the Land' Initiative

-Available in over 1,000 grocery stores, Bowery is utilizing its shelf space with existing partners like Whole Foods Market and new partners, such as Wakefern and FreshDirect, to raise awareness for the Rewilding movement -Company announces new flexible, resealable packaging that will reduce its plastic use by nearly 50%

Local Bounti® Closes Acquisition of Pete's®

Local Bounti Corporation (NYSE: LOCL, LOCL WS) ("Local Bounti®" or the "Company"), a breakthrough U.S. indoor agriculture company combining the best aspects of vertical and greenhouse growing technologies, today announced the successful completion of its acquisition of California-based complementary indoor farming company Hollandia Produce Group, Inc., which operates under the name Pete's®, effective April 4, 2022.

6 Steps to Becoming a Container Farmer

Vertical container farming is on the up. Continuing pressure on UK growers to diversify their crops, rewild their land and use greener growing practices means that utilising the economic and environmental benefits of vertical farming is more popular than ever.

Kalera Opens New "Mile High" Vertical Farming Facility in Denver

Global leader in vertical farming brings fresh produce to urban residents, continues its rapid domestic and global growth

Nipomo Ag Lights Up Greenhouse with California Lightworks MegaDrive® LED System to Overcome Market Challenges

Patented New Lighting System Helps Cannabis Growers Drive Higher Yields and Lower Cost

Meet the Future of Food: How Current Is Helping Kick Produce Production into High Gear

-LED grow lights + automation = growing densities "not seen elsewhere" in the industry -Fifth Season farm has lofty goals for higher yields so everyone can have fresh greens

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