Indoor Farming

Indoor Farming, also known as Vertical Farming, is a modern agricultural technology that allows the growth of virtually any plant in a controlled environment, usually a growth chamber or pavilion.

Plants are grown in a multilayer indoor environment where temperature, humidity, CO2 concentration, lighting conditions and plant nutrition (via a hydroponics system) are not only monitored but also carefully controlled.

With this technology, climatic or biological risks are virtually eliminated from normal plant development so you can grow better vegetables all year round. Because plants are isolated from the outside, pesticides are not needed and comfort conditions are always ensured.

Indoor Farming allows a predictable and reliable production process in any location.