Varmers Growing Tech Co Ltd (VGT) grows high-quality strawberries through Controlled Environment Agriculture Technology. By artificially controlling the temperature, regulating the light and gases in an indoor environment Varmers is able to grow high quality environmental friendly organic strawberries 24/7 all year round
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On Sukhumvit road, in front of True Digital Park.
3079 Sukhumvit Road, Bang Chak Subdistrict, Phra Khanong
Vertical Farming – the Varmers way
Vertical Farming is a practice where food is produced in fairly inclined areas. Vertical farming is performed in a controlled, indoor environment. Unlike conventional farming where crops are planted at a single level, this unique method helps produce food in vertical and completely stacked layers that are also well-integrated to multiple structures like shipping containers or skyscrapers.
Leveraging the Controlled Environment Agriculture Technology (CEAT), this modern farming technique makes the most out of indoor farming methods. This method involves artificially controlling the temperature, regulating the light and gases, all of which can be done indoors. The main goal of this farming method is to maximize the output of crops.
Vertical farms can grow crops every day of the week, in every season, day and night!
How we farm
This is the future of farming
Varmers is more than organic
Vertical farming is the innovative solution to the problems of traditional organic farming, delivering superior quality produce that is healthier and more sustainable. While organic farming is widely regarded as healthy, the truth is that most of the soil where organic plants are grown has been contaminated with chemicals.
With vertical farming, however, the plants are grown in a completely controlled environment, free from the dangers of soil-borne diseases, pests, and harsh chemicals. The plants are grown in nutrient-rich hydroponic solutions or aeroponic systems, ensuring that they receive exactly the right amount of water and nutrients they need to grow healthy and strong.
Moreover, the vertical farming process requires significantly less water than traditional farming methods, as the water is gives only to the plants demand (not more or less) and can be reused in our (semi-)hydroponic systems, reducing water waste and increasing sustainability. This is especially important for strawberry farming, as these plants traditionally require large amounts of water to grow.
In addition to the benefits of plant health and sustainability, vertical farming also reduces the carbon footprint of the farming industry, as it eliminates the need for transportation of produce from farms to stores. This not only saves energy, but also reduces the amount of carbon emissions and air pollution.
Healthier Food For A Healthier Future
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