Learn how to go from seed to store shelf
CubicFarms’ proven, patented technology
We are proud of our Dutch heritage – the CubicFarms system was invented by career Dutch greenhouse growers at Bevo Farms, one of North America’s largest plant propagation businesses.
CubicFarms is an automated, environment-controlled system where trays of high-value crops like leafy vegetables, herbs and other crops follow a patented, undulating “V-shape” path that ensures all sides of the plant are evenly bathed in light to maximize growth.
What can you grow inside a CubicFarms machine?
An individual growing machine will yield approximately:
Benefits of growing with CubicFarms
Improve the productivity of your growing operation by incorporating our leading-edge technology. A CubicFarms system will lower your capital costs by reducing the resources required to produce high quality leafy greens:
As part of our seed-to-store-shelf program, our customers have the option to utilize our proprietary packaging designed to significantly prolong shelf life.
CubicFarms has developed a proprietary seed-to-store-shelf packaging, marketing, branding and sales strategy available to our CubicFarmers. This content is protected and not available to the general public.
“We wanted to offer our retail partners new, innovative and local commodities and the ideal solution was to partner with CubicFarms. With the introduction of the vertical farming growing system, we offer a large quantity of locally grown living lettuce, living basil and microgreens.”
– Carl Mastronardi, President of DelFrescoPure®
How to feed 10 billion people, deliciously
A TedX talk by CubicFarms CEO Dave Dinesen
Dave explains how a CubicFarms system works, and the benefits of growing leafy greens using our growing machines. Sixty years ago, if you told farmers that one day, tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers would be grown indoors, without soil, and grown all around the world, year round, they would have called you crazy. And along came greenhouses. Fast forward to today, the technology now exists to grow another slice of the produce the world needs, twelve months a year, anywhere on earth, and more reliably than ever.