Hydroponic Farming

Advanced Farming method of growing plants in a water based, nutrient rich solution. Hydroponics does not use soil, instead the root system is supported using an inert medium such as perlite, rockwool, clay pellets, peat moss, or vermiculite. The use of no soil eliminates the risk of soil contaminants exposure. 

Vertical Farming

Our proprietary technology combines dynamic aisles with new plant panels and LED technology to boost yields and create streamlined operations for the farmer. We use hanging panels to maximize crop production and grow food from ceiling to floor.

Recycled Water

Hydroponic systems use significantly less water than soil based farming and allow you to recycle the water you give to your plants. Instead of having it drain down through the soil and away from the roots of a plant, it’s collected and pumped right back to the plants. This cycle of irrigation, collection, and irrigation again continues until the plants have consumed the water.

Food Production in Any Climate

Growing hydroponically allows us to grow year-round, and supply local produce 365 days a year regardless of the season. Being able to grow year-round helps farmers eliminate business risks of a poor crop season and helps increase local food access in the community.

Harvested Alive and Fresh

We are huge advocates of local food. Buying local products benefits the supply chain: farmers, customers, and the environment. Customers can buy our food knowing that their dollars are helping the local economy and that their food was grown only miles away. On average, food in the United States travels 1,200 miles and changes hands a dozen times before it is consumed, racking up a superabundance of food miles. We produce and sell closer to the end customer, which significantly cuts down the carbon footprint, as well as saves time transporting food to market.