Indoor Farming

What is Indoor Farming?

Indoor farming is a more sustainable and efficient way of growing crops when compared to traditional agricultural practices. Indoor farming includes greenhouses, vertical farms and other automated indoor crop growing systems and when paired with renewable energy you can create carbon-neutral crops.

Photo by Markus Spiske
Photo by Markus Spiske
Integrating Indoor Farming Logically

Predictions indicate that current traditional farming practices are not adequate to feed all the people in the world in the coming decades

Pairing indoor farming technologies with renewable energy, allows us to create carbon-neutral food. This technology requires less land, and can create more produce while avoiding common issues that come with pesticides and nutrients leaching from the soil.

Example Indoor Farming System Providers
NuLeaf Farms

At NuLeaf, we believe in combining plant science, with automation to bring the farm indoors, away from the risk of pests, disease, and climate change. Through our approach, we’re growing fresh herbs while using 90% less water, land, and transportation while creating a fraction of the food waste and eliminating the use of pesticides.


True innovation occurs at the intersection of multiple disciplines.

iFarm is a team of world-class specialists in IT, agriculture and science passionate about creating solutions for the advancement of fresh urban farming.

TAVA Systems

TAVA’s vertical farming system is designed to integrate seamlessly with greenhouse irrigation systems from Zwart Systems. Let our expertise improve your growing experience. In a vertical farm, the light spectrum can change per layer, which results in a rapid and even growth of your crop.

Benefits of Indoor Farming
Higher Crop Yield

Yields are typically much higher than traditional farming methods. It’s estimated that global food production will need to increase by up to 70% in the next 30 years.

Increased Climate Control

Increased climate control helps ensure consistent crop production

Reduce Usage of Water

The hydroponic growing process can use as little as 10% of the water used by traditional farming practices

Removes Need for Chemical Pesticides

Vertical Farming can reduce or even remove pesticide usage

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