Food security is a global concern affected by climate change and supply chain issues, and vertical farming is one solution to the problem. Sprout AI builds modular, hermetic, aeroponic vertical farming habitats to produce consistent, measurable results anywhere in the world. This article was featured in a recent issue of The Financial Post. Click here
“Our cutting edge technology was designed to collect data points on 50+ parameters of which we have noticed unexpected correlations between certain factors. This has ultimately guided us in making adjustments to help the plants grow better and as well as identify the input costs,” says Chris Bolton, Chief Executive Officer at Sprout AI. This
Indoor Vertical farming is the process of growing crops in vertically stacked layers. Notably, instead of farming vegetables and other products in a field or greenhouse, indoor vertical farming produces food on these stacked layers and is done so in a controlled environment that aims to optimize plant growth. The process of vertical farming has
Within one generation, those who grew up on the farm are now working in cities. Chris Bolton, founder and CEO of Sprout AI, discusses the importance of vertical agriculture and how Sprout AI’s technology can help meet the increasing food demands sustainably.
In this volume of Business Talk Daily, our CEO and founder Chris Bolton discusses Sprout AI’s vision to become the leader in sustainable vertical cultivation technology, committment to both environmental and social sustainability, and the future of global farming methods to help solve food insecurity. Download and read the issue here.
Indoor farming provides a solution to many factors affecting the current and future food supply chain. With the vast majority of people living in cities, the cycle time and supply chain cost of shipping field-grown food to cities has become more unfavorable. Read this white paper that outlines the current segmentation for this industry, and