Here at Baltic Freya, our team is proud to announce that our proprietary FOGPONICS 2.0 system is ready to be tested in operational environments, vertical farms, and indoor farms.
Vertical farming is more sustainable, new, and innovative way of growing food and medicinal plants. Unlike regular industrial agricultural methods, vertical farming helps to yield more crops by using minimum resources. Even though vertical farming has it’s drawbacks, these are being solved by various startups and it does seem like vertical farming is an inevitable supplement to the future of agriculture.
2020 February 21st. Jay Samit: Billion Dollar Success Strategies @ Kaunas.Jay Samit – serial entrepreneur, technology professor, innovation expert and consultant for billion dollar worth companies visited Lithuania.Baltic Freya had an amazing opportunity to hear Jay’s life changing speech and […]
“EIT Jumpstarter, is a unique cross-industrial scheme that […] was designed to create a sustainable impact in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe by boosting innovation and entrepreneurship to revolutionise the EU market.” – emphasized the jury of the European Association […]
The EIT Food Seedbed Pre-Accelerator Programme is delivered by top EIT Food Partner Universities and Research and Innovation Organisations, providing their expertise in technology commercialisation and their vast connections with Industry to support researchers, scientists and entrepreneurs launch or progress a commercially viable […]
Vertical farming uses tons of different growing methods. There is aquaponics, hydroponics, aeroponics, etc. According to scientists, plants grow the fastest with their roots hanging in fog. Fogponics use the least possible amount of water and fertilizer. This method is […]