Scaling up plant production in vertical farms

Lisanne Meulendijks

One of VF’s advantages often mentioned is that crops can be produced anywhere around the globe, irrespective of the local growing conditions. Once the perfect indoor “growing recipe” is found for a specific crop, this recipe can potentially be copied anywhere. Practical experience however shows that reality is more complex. One and the same growing recipe set in different technical systems of different scales can create very different crops results.

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Opening ‘Vertical Farming Field Lab’ part of the conference program

Roel Janssen

Wageningen University & Research, BU Horticulture & Flower Bulbs and Delphy Improvement Centre, both established at the Horti Science Park in Bleiswijk, recently finished building their Vertical Farm facilities. The official opening of ‘Vertical Farming Field Lab’ will be held on Friday 1 October, prior to the Vertical Farming Conference.

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