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Ibiza Farm provides tower farm greenhouse turnkey solutions

Ibiza Farm provides tower farm greenhouse turnkey solutions

We provide greenhouse turnkey solutions:

We can assist you in outsourcing the best quotes from reputable greenhouse manufacturers. From the US to the Netherlands, we are connected to the most experienced greenhouse manufacturers in our line of industry. We can consult with you from greenhouse conceptualization to supervising its implementation. Although we specialize in Tower Farms/vertical farming, if your greenhouse project is meant to host various hydroponic technologies, we can help you with setting up a Tower Farm in combination with NFT top-notch gutter systems from the Netherlands. In other terms, we can consult with you partially or provide you with a full turnkey solution.

We would like to thank our partner Mr. Troy Albright from True Garden for having taken the time to write the outline of what needs to be considered when setting up a greenhouse for a Tower Farm. Aside from being a scientist, Mr. Troy Albright is the most experienced Tower Farmer growing vegetables successfully 12 months out of year in a state-of-the-art greenhouse located in an extreme desert climate. Here is what he judiciously recommends (thank you Troy!!):

 

There are 3 climate types that require unique greenhouse designs: Tropical or Desert Climate, Mild Climate, and Winter Climate.

Key specifications and components for ALL greenhouse projects:

• Greenhouse structure to run north to south ALWAYS.

• Tower Garden rows to run north to south ALWAYS.

• Full sun exposure and/or supplemental lighting is required for year-round production.

• High-Pressure Sodium is the most cost effective for a greenhouse farm.

• Oversized Fan and Pad evaporative cooling system.

• Cooling pad w/motorized vents on the north end, and 2 stage exhaust fans on the south.

• Thrips screen covering entire north end to minimize insect intrusion.

• Seedling propagation always on the north end near cooling pad for pest prevention.

• Always submit a water sample for hydroponic analysis to MMI Labs to determine the suitability

Additional Specifications and Components for a Tropical or Desert Climate:

For a larger Tower Farm in a CEA greenhouse:

• Gutter connect greenhouse with min. 16’ sidewall height desired

– Single layer polycarbonate on end walls, sidewalls, and top

• GE Softlight is best in class for diffusing light and cooling

– Roof vent, for additional heat bleed off

• Gable fan and motorized louver is cheaper but less effective

– Length – Do not exceed 120’ in length between fan and pad

• OPTIONAL: Fogging system as stage 2 cooling (mainly for desert, can increase greenhouse length), requires RO water and can be expensive

• High-end controller – PC based w/alarms, weather station, climate sensors.

• Concrete floor:

– White epoxy coating if possible, easier cleaning and better light diffusion.

– Engineered drawings can be provided for electrical stub up locations.

– Floor slope to be specified at ½” per 12 feet for level Tower operation.

• Fan forced, vented gas heater required for tropical climates that experience seasonal cold events.

For a small Tower Farm (economy) greenhouse:

• Usually has a double poly film covering with single layer polycarbonate end walls:

– Minimum 10’ sidewall height.

– Clear, light diffusing poly film can help reduce heat.

– On some structure types, a single layer polycarbonate is an option on sidewalls and top.

• GE Softlight is best in class product for diffusing light horizontally and cooling the structure. Will increase cost significantly.

• Shade system – traditional shadecloth can cause growing challenges in vertical farms, so minimal use of 50% Aluminet is our only recommendation.

• Individual thermostats or simple digital controller.

• Groundcover floor over gravel type base. Concrete is best if budget allows.

Fan forced, vented gas heater for climates that experience seasonal cold events.

Other considerations for planning greenhouse space: Food processing area, walk-in cooler, etc.

For further information regarding setting up your greenhouse, we advise you to hire us (Agrotonomy Corp. a.k.a. Ibiza Farm) as your greenhouse development project consultants.

We specialize in greenhouses for tropical and desert climates.

We also provide consultation services for green energy off-the-grid solutions allowing to set up a CEA (controlled environment agriculture) greenhouse system in remote international locations & developing countries.

We only share the name of the vendors/manufacturers we work with to individuals/business entities having retained our services as consultants.

Coco Coir for Tower Garden

Coco Coir for Tower Garden

Coco coirs for our Tower Farm! Ibiza Farm is switching from using rockwool over to coco coirs. Coco coirs is not any longer a novelty in the agricultural industry. However, good organic coco coirs are not easy to find! A good coco coir is a medium which will hold about 50% water and 50% air for a healthy seedling/rooting process. Choosing organic coco coirs is a must since coco coirs are made from coco husks. Unless organic, most coco husks are soaked with health hazardous pesticides. True Garden in the USA, our partner Tower Farm, just switched 100% from rockwool over to the highest quality of organic coco coirs! They have tested over 100 different crops successfully and they are getting incredible results: the coco coirs fit tighter/better in the growing ports of the Tower Garden thus reducing algae growth. With these organic coco coirs, True Garden reports that they are also experiencing better rooting and an increased crop yield. Anyone in the USA considering buying online seedlings for their Tower Garden should definitely buy them from True Garden. Only True Garden in the USA sells quality organic seedlings grown in organic coco coirs which size is perfectly suited for Tower Garden! Inspired by the success of our partners at True Garden, we are now in the process of switching 100% over to coco coirs as well. In the near future, we will be able to help out all our Tower Farm and Tower Garden customers to get their hands on such premium coco coirs. The advantage of a seedling grown in a quality organic coco coir is that it can be used on a Tower Garden or on an NFT hydroponic system, but it also can be planted straight into the soil. Of course, the same can be accomplished with a seedling using a cube of rockwool. However, if planted in the soil, rockwool is not compostable unlike coco coirs which will organically break down. The organic coco coirs feature a neutral pH which will not affect the pH of the nutrient solution of a Tower Garden. It is truly a superior product… No wonder that our partners at True Garden call it the “ The next generation grow medium”! We are enthusiastically looking forward to upgrade our Tower Farm with the use of these organic coco coirs!

Growing aeroponic strawberries on a Tower Garden

Growing aeroponic strawberries on a Tower Garden

Tower Garden Strawberries | Strawberry Tower Farm

We highly recommend growing strawberries on a Tower Garden whether for personal use or for commercial purpose.

In fact, Tower Garden technology allows to grow up to 52 strawberry plants within 1 m²…. although we generally advise allocating 2 m² per tower including working space, when growing strawberries on the Tower Garden, only 1.5 m² of space allowance is required.

In our experience, growing strawberries off the ground on a Tower Garden has never required for us to spray any form of pesticide. We certainly cannot say the same for the strawberries which we grow in the soil within the scope of comparative testing.

Every kind of strawberry can be grown on a Tower Garden. The crop yield is generous and the fruits are juicy and extremely flavorful.

You can buy strawberry plugs and wash the soil off the roots before bracing them with a rubber band in a rockwool cube (before planting them into the towers)…. some leaves will turn yellow/brown in the process but new healthy leaves will start showing soon.

At Ibiza Farm, we prefer to start all our crops from seeds and produce our own seedlings. Strawberry seeds can take up to 4 to 8 weeks before starting to germinate. Strawberry seedlings for Tower Garden are usually ready to be planted into the tower within six weeks after planting the seeds on average.

Tower Garden is the only aeroponic technology which allows growing strawberries indoors or outdoors.

Aside from saving 95% water & space, growing strawberries on a Tower Garden reduces proportionally the amount of labor involved. One individual can care for 100+ commercial aeroponic towers.

Strawberries can be grown indoor 12 months out of the year using Tower Garden’s led light kit or even better, in a greenhouse.

Once again, whether you wish to grow strawberries on a Tower Garden for personal use or whether you are considering setting up a strawberry Tower Farm, due to the high yield + low maintenance + no spraying pesticides and due to the quality of the fruit itself, we encourage you to grow strawberries using Tower Garden aeroponic tower systems.

Tower Garden & Urban Farming

Tower Garden & Urban Farming

In the world of urban agriculture, Tower Garden technology is ideally suited for urban farming and urban gardening.

Whether involved in a commercial urban farm project or whether you only have access to a balcony or a rooftop, our aeroponic towers will produce results beyond your expectations.

Tower Garden is perfect for urban farms and urban gardens: saving 95% of water & space while producing highly nutritive crops without the use of pesticides! This is urban agriculture at its best!

Aside from growing hundreds of varieties of vegetables, fruits, aromatic &  medicinal herbs, Tower Garden aeroponic systems can be used to produce a wide range of flowers whether edible or decorative. An aeroponic tower loaded with flowers is not only spectacular, but it is also a bee magnet! We encourage every urban farmer and urban gardener using Tower Garden technology to plant flowers!

At Ibiza Farm, we mainly grow edible flowers (Nasturtium, Bluets, cosmos, etc.) but we also beneficial herbs and flowers. Of course, we love to see a tower full of flowers; however, our favorite planting approach is to mix-and-match flowers, vegetables, and fruits strategically.

 Tower Garden is modular in size allowing to adapt to height constraints while delivering optimum results based on the space allocated. Urban farmers & urban gardeners can use their aeroponic towers indoors and outdoors! Tower Garden aeroponic systems are powered by the only aeroponic technology which can be used outdoors for a personal or commercial purpose.

The residential model of Tower Garden for personal use can also be used indoors with a state-of-the-art LED grow light kit (perfect for office environment/building lobbies/atriums etc.).

Promoting urban agriculture is a work contribution to reinventing the food supply chain granting businesses and individuals viable autonomous solutions.

Tower Garden technology embodies perfectly the spirit of urban farming and urban gardening!

Be part of the urban agriculture revolution: get yourself a Tower Garden or start a local Tower Farm in your neighborhood!!!

Growing aeroponic cucumbers on a Tower Garden

Growing aeroponic cucumbers on a Tower Garden

Cucumbers are fruits by definition (like tomatoes, eggplants, zucchinis, etc.) since they develop from the flower of the cucumber plant and they do contain seeds….

Cucumber is the perfect crop for novice growers to start with as it is very easy to grow on a Tower Garden.

Cucumber seedlings can be planted at the bottom of the tower to let the vine crawl on the ground. We advise against such a method as we prefer to grow our cucumbers vertically and off the ground. In fact, allowing your cucumber plants to crawl on the ground will increase the chances of diseases and pests (aphids, spider mites, cucumber beetles, powdery mildew, botrytis, bacterial wilt etc.).

Although easy to grow, cucumbers are prone to various diseases requiring continuous attention & maintenance. In fact, we recommend pruning your plants picking off leaves showing signs of infection. Ongoing pruning is also recommended to improve air circulation thus reducing the risks of mildew/fungal related diseases.

We advise to let cucumbers grow on an outside structure (grow cage/ trellis etc.) thus preventing the vines to overwhelm the rest of the tower. You can cut the vine when you deem that it has grown long enough…. it will allow the vine to branch out at the level of the nodes and increase the yield.

All varieties of cucumbers grow well on a Tower Garden but require growth + disease & pest control on an ongoing basis.

At Ibiza Farm, we grow all kind of cucumbers whether for salads, pickling or juicing. In fact, aside from being deliciously thirst quenching, we invite you to Google the benefits of juicing cucumbers… it’s absolutely amazing!

This year, we grew lemon cucumbers and cucamelons for fun! Once again, cucumbers come in many shapes, colors and tastes!

Growing cucumbers on a Tower Garden is easy and rewarding.

We recommend that you select cucumber varieties preferably adapted to your climate (speak to your seed provider).

Tower Garden & Tower Farm in the UK

Tower Garden & Tower Farm in the UK

Ibiza Farm is currently working on a UK Tower Farm project based on Tower Garden technology.

Although there is currently one little Tower Farm in existence in the UK (only 10 towers), our upcoming Tower Farm will be the largest in the UK.

Tower Garden technology is now available in the UK not only for commercial Tower Farms, but also for residential models for personal use.

The prices for Tower Garden in the UK (model for personal-use) are as follows:

Tower Garden England: £599 for the tower system ( plus £249 for the LED grow light kit)

Tower Garden Wales: £599 for the tower system ( plus £249 for the LED grow light kit)

Tower Garden Scotland: £599 for the tower system ( plus £249 for the LED grow light kit)

Tower Garden Ireland ( northern): £599 for the tower system ( plus £249 for the LED grow light kit)

Towers can be ordered by clicking on the following link:

https://ibiza.farm/tower-garden-order-request/

Although the LED grow light kit is optional, we strongly advise our Tower Garden UK customers to buy this accessory. In fact, considering the weather in the UK, unless you own a greenhouse, we recommend indoor growing under lights during the cold season.

As certified international Tower Farm & Tower Garden resellers, Ibiza Farm a.k.a. Agrotonomy Corporation is fully committed to promoting Tower Garden technology in the UK. We are thrilled to be working on our first Tower Farm project in England… stay tuned for updates!

Tower Farm  in Abu Dhabi

Tower Farm in Abu Dhabi

Tower Garden aeroponic systems in Abu Dhabi.

Ibiza Farm a.k.a. Agrotonomy Corporation will be exhibiting the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture in Abu Dhabi on the 1st and 2nd of April 2019.

We will be coming to Abu Dhabi to promote Tower Farms based on Tower Garden aeroponic technology for the UAE and other countries in the MENA region.

Opening times are Monday from 10 AM to 6 PM and Tuesday from 10 AM to 4 PM.

Please contact us to make an appointment to meet us in Abu Dhabi.

First aeroponic Tower Farm in Asia

First aeroponic Tower Farm in Asia

Ibiza Farm is proud to be working on a project involving the first Tower Farm in the Philippines using Tower Garden technology.

It is now official! We are currently in the process of shipping a full 40-foot container load to the Philippines. This represents a fully automated Tower Farm featuring 150 towers (13 pots – 52 plants per tower).

The fact that it is the first true Tower Farm in Asia is exciting but it is not the highlight of our enthusiasm regarding this project:

This Tower Farm in the Philippines will be strictly growing flowers aiming at feeding a bee farm!

As we prove it extensively in a scientific comparative study (published under to “beyond organic” section of our website), crops grown on a Tower Garden feature an average nutrient density increase of 35% to 60% in comparison to crops grown organically in the soil. The same applies to the quality of the pollen collected on flowers growing aeroponically on a Tower Garden.

At Ibiza Farm, we are fully committed to this upcoming project and we will be involved in every step of development… the first true Tower Farm is coming up to Southeast Asia. More than a Tower Farm, with its 150 aeroponic towers full of flowers, it will be the most spectacular and colorful Tower Farm in the world!

A Flower Tower Farm to feed the bees: now this is farming 4.0 used for a truly meaningful purpose!

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Ibiza Farm provides tower farm greenhouse turnkey solutions

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read more

Coco Coir for Tower Garden

Coco coirs for our Tower Farm! Ibiza Farm is switching from using rockwool over to coco coirs. Coco coirs is not any longer a novelty in the agricultural industry. However, good organic coco coirs are not easy to find! A good coco coir is a medium which will hold...

read more

Growing aeroponic strawberries on a Tower Garden

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Tower Garden & Urban Farming

In the world of urban agriculture, Tower Garden technology is ideally suited for urban farming and urban gardening. Whether involved in a commercial urban farm project or whether you only have access to a balcony or a rooftop, our aeroponic towers will produce results...

read more

Growing aeroponic cucumbers on a Tower Garden

Cucumbers are fruits by definition (like tomatoes, eggplants, zucchinis, etc.) since they develop from the flower of the cucumber plant and they do contain seeds.... Cucumber is the perfect crop for novice growers to start with as it is very easy to grow on a Tower...

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Tower Garden & Tower Farm in the UK

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