Ten Ground Rules for Growing

There is no correct or perfect way to run a facility and there is no correct way or perfect to grow plants. Every grower has his or her style. There is no guarantee that everything you do or were taught to do will result in a successful operation.

Developing and Improving Productivity in Vertical Farms

Dr Antony Dodd's research into the plant circadian clock had found that optimising growing conditions to match the clock resulted in plants that contained more chlorophyll, allowing them to convert more of the available light into biomass and grow faster.

Kalera To Open New Indoor Vertical Farming Facility in Atlanta

Atlanta farm will be the company's newest and largest, demonstrating Kalera's ability to quickly scale on a national and international level

LettUs Grow, raises 2.35 million pounds as demand for vertical farming technology rises

Award-winning vertical and indoor farming technology company, LettUs Grow, has announced that it has secured £2.35 million in seed funding. The investment round was led by Longwall Venture Partners LLP.

Plenty Chooses Los Angeles as Next Market for Flavor-Focused Vertical Farm

Plenty is preparing to ramp in the Bay Area after debuting world's most efficient leafy greens farm, designed around flavor. Plenty Los Angeles has plans to begin building its Compton-based farm later this year and serving local communities in late-2020.

LETTUS GROW SECURES 1 MILLION IN FUNDING TO BUILD THE FARMS OF THE FUTURE

LettUs Grow, creator of advanced aeroponic technology for indoor farms, announced today it has secured £1 million in funding to build world-leading indoor growing facilities, to help feed the growing global population.

80 Acres Farms to Open First Fully-Automated Indoor Farm in the United States

Hamilton facility will feature 150,000 square feet of indoor growing space; groundbreaking set for September 24, 2018

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