Added by on 2020-06-22

Vertical farming, indoor farming, and hydroponic farming all rolled into one! Welcome to the tour of The Greenery by my friends Jon and Brad of Freight Farms. I got a SNEAK PEEK of their newest shipping container farm, designed to produce 2-4 TONS of food per year. This particular unit will be growing calendulas hydroponically, and in today’s video we walk you through every component of the unit and their vertical farming technology. Thanks to Freight Farms for having me out! CONNECT WITH FREIGHT FARMS → → → SHOP → Buy Birdies Raised Beds: → Buy My Books: LEARN MORE Epic Gardening is much more than a YouTube channel: → In-Depth Articles: → Daily Podcast: → Instagram: → Facebook: → FB Group: → TikTok: → Pinterest: → Twitter: → Steemit: DONATE If you’d like to directly support Epic Gardening, you can do so here: → Related PostsFuturistic Shipping Container Farm!Inside a HYDROPONIC SHIPPING CONTAINER Farm!Inside a Shipping Container Vertical Hydroponic FarmMeet the Company Growing a Farm in a Shipping Container | FortuneI farm inside a used shipping containerInside the futuristic indoor farm that could revolutionize agriculture in the UAE | The Edge

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  • xcx23 Cwea 7 months ago

    So one unit cost 85000 and 8000 to 16500 to maintain. Profits are only half of what it produce.

  • Paviharan Pavi 7 months ago

    how much one container

  • ConstanceCox 7 months ago

    It's faaaar from new. They've been selling for 7 or so years.

  • fritter63 7 months ago

    Are they going to leave it there blocking the freeway sign? 🙂

  • I want one.

  • Dormousey 7 months ago

    Great to see where this tech is heading. There will be pests sooner or later, I'd be interested in that research.

  • Peppermint P 7 months ago

    Hmmm…looks like a farm you might see in The Matrix.

  • Crystal Garden 7 months ago

    thanks for the videos nice. check mine out. led grow

  • Christine maleen 7 months ago

    Love ur videos. I get great ideas about how to keep my plants happy. But Plz help how do I keep the green house warm during the winter it getting a little cold here in Texas 40 F to 50 F nights .. and I have a little green house with my tropical plant tht i dont have room for inside the house . I try to look for solar power heater and lights but dont know which one is best.

  • Sherry Lu 7 months ago

    This is so freaking cool
    Are they planning to grow and come to New York ?

  • Rick Borghuis 7 months ago

    It really looks futuristic. And cool

  • Barbara Lindberg 7 months ago

    This is pretty amazing – and it's placed in the middle of a concrete jungle on the outside 🙂 I'd love to see it when filled with plants.

  • Tracy Sohl 7 months ago

    Great idea for urban farming, but I have a few questions? Being in Boston, how are the plants hardened off for outdoor delivery/planting? And with vertical gardening, how does gravity play into the plant development?

  • Quinn Landry 7 months ago

    this is so cool! great video

  • Helene V. 7 months ago

    What a nighmare! That's agenda 21 an 30 right at our door.

  • JIM in Seal Beach 7 months ago

    Cool. I’m assuming calendulas because they can be sold for more than lettuce. How much power does a system use? All those Watts and BTUs. Can it draw it’s power from an urban grid and still make a profit?

  • Rafe Harradine 7 months ago

    Really cool & perfect for extreme environments, but what a capital outlay! I think I'm going to stick to the old school way 😉

  • David Mcgregor 7 months ago

    Enjoyed watching the video. I prefer sowing and growing in natural soil, this is too artificial and fake. If we were meant to garden this way God wouldn't of created soil and because of this type of gardening being unnatural you don't know what effect the LED has on the plants nutrition and it may make those plants unhealthy to consume. I wouldn't feel comfortable eating plants that are produced this way just like I don't feel comfortable eating GMO foods.