Navotas City launches Philippines' tallest vertical farm

National Capital Region's Navotas City Council, together with the Boy Scout of the Philippines (BSP) and Good Greens & Co., unveiled on Saturday the tallest aeroponic vertical farm in the country. 

According to the city council, the four-tower farm in standing on a 300-square-meter area in Tanza resettlement community. "The aim is to produce high-volume harvests that are centrally located in the community," according to Simon Villalon, GGC president. 

He said that aeroponic tower farm technology allows saving 75% to 90% space, which is an important consideration when operating out of a greenhouse, indoors, or on a rooftop. The vertical farm is equipped with state-of-the-art technology that increases vegetable yield by a factor of 100, two times more than other farms. 

Suited to a tropical climate, the structure supports vegetable growth year-round, with a target harvest of eight tons of leafy vegetables every year.

Read more at GMA News Online (Danny Pata)


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