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Even in the middle of winter, this indoor vertical farm is capable of producing ultra-fresh produce to meet the growing customer demand for local food. (Learn more about ZipFarms: With experience in the field of distributed biomass generation, Ryan Sweeney, knows the potential of distributing goods and services in a way that delivers more value to the end user. That’s how he found controlled environment agriculture (CEA) and the opportunity to provide higher quality food grow locally and sold locally. The idea and the market opportunity were there. The only thing missing was the tech to make it happen. Through research and trial and error, Sweeney discovered the ZipFarm™ – An indoor vertical hydroponics system that leverages industry-leading technology in conscious, labor-smart ways. In this video, you’ll get a detailed look into a real CEA business and discover how one modern farmer using appropriate technology can play a big part in a local food economy. Learn more about ZipGrow Technology: Like this video? Subscribe to our channel! —————– Music by: Jahzzar Greybox Gillicuddy Jon Luc Hefferman -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: “Harvesting Basil at Bright Agrotech” -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsIndoor, Hi-Tech Farm Means Daily Fresh Produce for Big CitySoutheast Georgia Farm Grows Produce Using HydroponicsThis high-tech farm grows veggies in a warehouseVertical Farming Brings Fresh Produce to CitiesPlant paradise for this indoor vertical farmNew indoor farm grows lettuce faster; 920 chickens beaten to death with golf club – Compilation

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  • What's Growin' On 1 year ago

    I didn't realize you were right here in the twin cities! Sweet!

  • seiche 1 year ago

    Production quality on the videos getting really good…groovy music and establishing shots.

  • tonkatoytruck 1 year ago

    I wanted to know how much of your profit is eaten up by energy costs for lighting and climate control? I ran some rough numbers because I too want to grow year round. Are you leasing or do you own the buildings outright? How does that affect the bottom line?

  • Sethimus82 1 year ago

    this was the first real interesting video in your channel, more of that plz