PRACTICE OF GROWING CROPS IN VERTICALLY STACKED LAYERS TO PRODUCE A HIGHER AMOUNT OF FOODS FOR EVERY SQUARE METER PROMOTES WATER RECYCLING. URBAN WASTE, INCLUDING BLACK WATER, CAN BE COMPOSTED AND USED FOR FARMING INSIDE THE FACILITY. LASTLY, VERTICAL FARMS CAN GROW PRODUCE TWICE AS FAST
Incorporates controlled-environment agriculture, which aims to optimize plant growth, and soilless farming techniques hydro roots focus on autonomous agricultural 4.0 solutions for commercial and residential markets.
Vertically suspended panel on which plants are grown using hydroponics. The unique structures can either be freestanding or attached to a wall and go by many different ways.
The advantages are numerous higher productivity in a much smaller area shorter growing times; lower water use; fresh produce grown much closer to where it's eaten;Vertical farmingPROS CONS
|Water savings||High labor costs|
|Fewer crop imports |
|Efficient land use||Need for official |
|Less habitat |
|Need for highly |