Sign up for our free vertical farming newsletter
Badia Farms opens and claims to be the first hydroponic vertical farm in Dubai. The 8,500 square foot farm produces 18 varieties of micro-greens in a city known for intensifying desertification.
This is a great guest post by Pat Flynn from Urban Vine. We love featuring people here and on our free mailing list!
We’ve all heard about “vertical farming.” But you’re probably wondering: “What is vertical farming, and how does it work?”
This is a quick repost of the document discussed here as FAO no longer hosts the original file and is otherwise difficult to get online.
Here is the link for FAO’s Report: Small Scale Aquaponic Food Production
Our free vertical farming newsletter gets you access to extra content and info about our working vertical farm, Rosemont. So quick, sign up! Even before you start reading!
Saffron is a high-value crop so producing it in a maximally efficient way (vertical farming) intrigues those looking to make money in this industry.
Exclusive vertical farming content delivered straight to you? Sign up here.
Check out this summary of a conversation from 3 failed vertical farmers talking about what they would do differently.