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Indoor Harvests accelerates to become leader in Vertical Farming

By PennyChats


Indoor Harvest builds, contracts, develops, markets and sell commercial grade aeroponic and hydroponic fixtures and supporting systems for use in Urban Controlled Environment Agriculture and Building Integrated Agriculture.

INQD are still in developmental stage and has not generated revenue, the accumulated deficit as of 2014 is $655,079. 2014 Financials 

Within the next 12 months INQD is planning to raise $350,000 to implement their plans of operation. As of March 31, 2015 Indoor Harvest has $442,998 in their bank account. 

Key Milestones:

•Indoor Harvest has a joint pilot program to install a state-of-the-art aeroponic system with Tweed, one of Canada's largest medical cannabis producer. Read More Filing

•LOI with City of Pasadena Texas to develop a vertical framing facility and education center. CEO states that he wants to make the indoor facility "the most advanced and efficient indoor farming operation in the United States, if not the world." Read More

•2013 Collaboration with MITCityFarm 'Massachusetts Institute of Technology MediaLab. 2014 have installed aeroponic and hydroponic systems  and hyroponic systems. Have successfully grown broccoli, strawberries, lettuces, basil, kale and a variety of herbs. Read More

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Agriculture is thousands of years old but within the last decade the farming industry has experienced a technological shift introducing   vertical farming as a form of cultivation. Farmers and licensed marijuana growers are realizing the cost-efficiency and readiness of vertical systems, it's process lessens the production rates by 75% versus traditional farming methods.  Vertical Farming is expected to be a $9 billion dollar industry, 4x that of medical marijuana.

What is vertical farming?

Practice of cultivating plant life within a skyscraper greenhouse or on vertically inclined surfaces. Scales up hdroponic or aeroponic growing methods. Future of Vertical Farming Could Vertical Farms Feed the World

Aeroponics is growing plants in an air or mist environment without soil. Aeroponics reduces agriculture water consumption by 98 percent. Traditional farming consumes about 80 percent of the available freshwater in the U.S. 

Hydroponics is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions, in water without soil. Uses 1/30 the amount of water than traditional, soil-based gardening. Hydroponics produces 50% more nutrients... Login To Read More

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