Optimise plant growth with vertical farming

Determine whether vertical farming could form a profitable part of your business.

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A guide to understanding the power, labour and automation necessary to optimise plant growth and achieve faster payback for your vertical farm.

Deciding the right size and location for your vertical farm.

We’ve split this guide into the different areas you need to consider before setting up, expanding or diversifying your own vertical farming operation. These are: 

Growing the right type of crops for your offtakers.

Power: the number one cost when running a vertical farm.

Labour costs and automation in your vertical farm.

Machinery and equipment needed to run your vertical farm.

Optimising the growth of your crops.

CAPEX costs: setting up and building your vertical farm.

OPEX: the month-to-month costs of running your vertical farm.

Software and training to support the success of your vertical farm.

Payback: producing a commercially viable vertical farming business.

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Designed for anyone interested in the science and potential of vertical farming, including

Traditional farmers

Farming entrepeneurs

Food producers

Consumer food businesses

Pharmaceuticals

Governments

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IGS has won both technology and farming awards, including being named in the Red Herring Top 100 North America and winning silver at the 2020 British Farming Awards in the Agri-Tech Innovator of the Year category. And in June 2021 we were proud to win the Made In Scotland 2021 award.

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How to meet your vertical farm's market demand

Commercial viability for 
vertical farms

We've split this guide into the different areas you need to consider before setting up your own vertical farm. The Buyers' Guide Series comes in three parts. Below are the other two which we recommend you also read.