Artechno Growsystems, a provider of turnkey vertical farming solutions, and Gold Leaf Technologies, a Canadian agricultural company offering complete solutions in the areas of LED lighting, automation, and sensor-based technology, are partnering to offer Artechno’s AVF+ Junior vertical farming system to Canadian universities and colleges to bridge the skill gap. The AVF+ Junior is an innovative system designed for crop research and innovation, allowing students to work with the most advanced technologies and build a foundation for their future careers in vertical farming. Gold Leaf Technologies will provide Artechno’s AVF+ Junior cells to Canadian educational institutions to help bridge the skill gap for the next generation of vertical farmers.
Vertical farming is becoming increasingly popular worldwide, with both growers and research institutions exploring its potential. To help meet the needs of this growing market, Artechno Growsystems and Gold Leaf Technologies have formed a special partnership. Gold Leaf Technologies is a Canadian agricultural company that provides comprehensive solutions in the areas of LED lighting, automation, sensor-based technology, and innovative agricultural technologies and equipment.
They work with greenhouses, vertical farms, and research facilities to help growers improve efficiency and offer personalized solutions through close collaboration with customers. Artechno Growsystems, on the other hand, provides turnkey vertical farming solutions, including the AVF+ factories in which plants grow from sowing to packing in optimal conditions all year round. The AVF+ Junior, a vertical farming system developed by Artechno Growsystems, is specifically designed for crop research and to create growing recipes for crops suitable for vertical farming.
It offers a fully controlled environment, time-lapse cameras, and other resources to achieve the perfect plant, making it particularly attractive to universities and colleges. In this partnership, Gold Leaf Technologies will offer the AVF+ Junior cells to Canadian universities and colleges to help educate the next generation of vertical farmers and provide students with the opportunity to work with the most innovative technologies.
This will help lay the foundation for their future careers in the industry, Artechno commented on its press release.
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