Welcome to the Food Access and Reclamation Model
VERTICAL SOLUTIONS FOR CULTIVATION - “It’s all about yield”
So What is Vertical Farming?
Vertical Solutions for Cultivation (VSfC) works with indoor farmers trying to maximize their profit potential by supplying versatile vertical grow systems that help increase crop production capacity, reduce energy inefficiencies and improve harvesting efficiency. Using our mobile tower systems, we can increase your production capacity up to 100% by eliminating unnecessary aisles and using wasted over head space. By creating fully customizable systems, we give farmers the chance to create generic or crop specific systems that provide the most ideal conditions to grow big, healthy and thriving plants.
By helping farms maximize their yields per square foot, we empower farmers to supply sustainably grown crops as well as free of space and time to concentrate on other areas of potential revenue. Help distinguish yourself from the rest of the industry and reap the benefits from going with a sustainable vertical cultivation system.
Our Vertical Model and
The other vertical systems merely stack traditional horizontal hydroponic or aquaponic farming methods on top of one another.
The fact is, this is NOT a fundamental shift in production technique, but instead an alternate way to organize for traditional (old) techniques.
This differs in fact from truly vertical farming which takes an entirely original look at the idea of growing crops volumetrically, completely discarding the old guard definition of farming.
True vertical farming confronts the challenges of traditional horizontal production by designing systems to:
●Be more efficient with time and limited [economic and environmental] resource by growing more in a smaller space yet incurring smaller infrastructure costs, energy costs and eliminating most post-harvest labor/packaging;
●Be more ergonomic and conducive to the needs of the farmer/laborers ensuring faster and easier planting and harvesting;
●Be more energy efficient and have less impact on both the farmer’s bottom line and the world around us.