Who Will Feed Us?

Interesting article. Basically the world is fed by “Peasant Farming”. Our licensing approach to Indoor Vertical Farming technology is a new variation on an existing theme. http://www.etcgroup.org/whowillfeedus

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How Indoor Vertical Farming Will Change The World

Indoor Vertical Farming is changing the food chain from producer to consumer. Consumers can have great tasting, organic, high nutrient food without pesticides or herbicides that will last at prices lower than traditionally grown ready-to-eat salads. The retailer can have longer longer shelf life, reduced waste, and sourced locally. Food service can have custom salad […]

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Indoor Vertical Farming Will Be Mainstream

Taking Indoor Vertical Farming mainstream means understanding how new industries develop. Indoor Vertical Farming is a new industry like trains, telegraph, oil, telephone, electricity, the automobile, the radio, and computers once were. Our industry is following the same pattern followed by any industry that changed society. All started with inefficiency, big dreams, companies starting and […]

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International Website Writes About LGS

Its our first big article!!! Its mostly about our Social Enterprise Project in Windsor. I am excited because FreshPlaza is published in 5 languages and has 100,000+ subscribers. Our article was the second article in today’s North America daily newsletter! See The Article On FreshPlaza.com here. We have started to see the uptick on the website […]

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Understanding The Pradigm

Indoor Vertical Farming has a different paradigm than Greenhouse growing which is a different paradigm than field growing. In the field, you have a huge number of uncertainties, the primary one being the weather. The next is the makeup of the soil and thirdly is the environment around the field and the farm. The root […]

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Indoor Vertical Farming Predictions

There will totally “net zero” Indoor Vertical Farming systems. Meaning that all the necessary energy to grow will be generated onsite. Indoor Vertical Farming will increase the quality and nutrition of the food supplies. Indoor Vertical Farming will make any level of pesticides unacceptable. The price of fresh food will drop once the Indoor Vertical […]

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The 7 Reasons Indoor Vertical Farming Is Sustainable

Reduction of the Carbon footprint in food production. Reduction in Carbon footprint moving food 1,500 miles (on average) from production to consumers. Removal of Fertilizer runoff into the water system. Removal of Pesticides from the environment. No wastage of water. Growing can use 100% renewable energy. Greater consumer health from increased nutritional quality of the […]

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Indoor Vertical Farming Technology

The first thing is to differentiate between home gardening and commercial designed systems. For the home you can build your own, or buy something like a Tower Garden. Commercial systems are in a shipping container or in a warehouse. Light is provided by LEDs to simulate sunshine. Every company selects its own colour (spectrum). A […]

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The Cost Of Vegetables

Do you know that the farmer makes about $0.10 on each $1.00 of the vegetables that you buy? They don’t get rich, they love what they do. The retailer makes about $0.30 – $0.50 on the $1.00. Before you scream “Unreasonable profits!!!” There are a few things to consider. Retailers have to throw bad, bruised […]

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Countries can become Food Self Sufficient

NYC is fed from California, Seattle from Florida, Chicago from Mexico. Canada imports 87% of its vegetables its from southern United States and Mexico. The GCC is fed from Morroco and Jordan and other countries. When the rain does not fall on the plain in Spain, England has no lettuce. Around the world food travels, […]

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