Vertical farming is a way of taking the controlled environment of a modern commercial greenhouse to the literal next level ,using soilless farming techniques such as hydroponics, aquaponics, and aeroponics.
They have been built in greenhouses, factories, and shipping containers.By stacking plants vertically on growing racks or shelves or tall pillars, indoor vertical farming allows 10 times the yield for a given land area.
Plants are grown in completely enclosed conditions, with LED lights replacing sunshine and closed-loop water recycling. There is no need for pesticides, since the indoor space is already free of bugs, and plants can be grown in such clean conditions that there is no need to wash them before eating.
Grow more and save more is our primary mission to help the agriculture sector and environment worldwide. We want to keep the next generation’s future clean and less polluted by our excessive use of current resources. Developing countries and poor people deserve more attention to help them live healthy lives. A healthy life starts with healthy crops, fewer chemical fertilizers, and fewer pesticides and fungicides.
We Are Solving Some of Today’s Toughest Agriculture Issues.
Since Day 1, Green Amazon has been a mission-driven company thinking of all stakeholders from the environment, our team members, and our broader community, who are all aligned with our mission of growing the best plants possible for the betterment of humanity. We are proud to catalyze positive transformational change in agriculture and business overall. The solution exists where the problem exists. We tailor the answer to the existing problem.
Our success means more greenness, fewer agriculture problems and high yield, less hunger.
Green Amazon continues to be on the cutting edge of soil and plant health, researching new ways to improve the symbiotic relationship between the plant and the soil surrounding it. As the importance and awareness of healthy soils have grown worldwide, Green Amazon and its employees have taken an active role on a global level. Through Soil Renaissance, an initiative of the Farm Foundation, Green Amazon works to bring attention to the critical role of soil health in the challenge of feeding the world’s population – predicted to be 9 billion people by the year 2050.
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