Key Features of our Patented Aeroponic Vertical Farm Equipment, keep in mind when you compare to ANY other equipment:
Indoor Farms of America Vertical Aeroponic Farm Equipment-- designed to be the best.
"Stacked" horizontal systems: achieve higher densities by going UP, which invites greatly added labor expense, and exposure to industrial accidents and are operationally inferior, time consuming to clean and maintain, expensive to install and to operate, limit your crop choices dramatically, thus reducing or eliminating any reasonable ROI expectations from a farm, especially in a competitive produce market.
Baby Kale, tender and tasty
Genovese Basil, incredible aroma and flavor
"A" Frame Systems: These do not present an overall good use of space, require ladders to operate, are time consuming to clean and maintain, and represent less than half the capacity for growing as compared to the IFOA vertical equipment. These are generally limited to greenhouse use, which further limits their overall applications and investment viability for long term sustainability as a business model.
Compare our Vertical Aeroponic Equipment to any other growing equipment to help you decide what to invest in as a farm operator. All you bean counters, take note!
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Compare our equipment to less innovative, restrictive systems shown below, which simply represent a weaker investment and operational model for a farm in an indoor controlled environment that bears the expense of artificial lighting to grow plants:
Arugula, full of intense flavor
You can grow flowering, fruiting plants as well! Cherry tomatoes, strawberries, peppers, beans, edible flowers.
Daylight Photos of a few crops grown all naturally in our vertical aeroponic equipment:
Planting and Harvesting in stacked farms poses a major cost-benefit challenge, with much higher potential for industrial accidents. We think if you need a skylift to plant and harvest vegetables, something is fundamentally flawed!
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