Aeroponic & Hydroponic Vertical Farming Solutions

Technology for a food secure tomorrow

Crops suitable to be grown in Urban Farming: 

Lettuce, Strawberries, Broccoli, Baby Spinach, Spinach, Amaranth Leaves, Microgreens, Rocket Salad Leaves, Turmeric, Ginger, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Coriander, Mint, etc,.

        Vertical farming is capable of multiplying crop productivity. So a 1000 square feet of urban space can achieve the productivity of 20000 square feet of conventional farming with the right vertical design and optimised soil less farming. Now there is also the concept of multi stage cropping which further multiplies productivity. So if you have vacant roof tops, space around your home or other vacant spaces, convert it into an Urban farm and get the satisfaction of providing the community with quality and fresh food while you earn a profit as well.

         You can connect to 'Sure Grow' experts for your projects. They will be with you right from the project phase to the time when you become a fluent hi-tech farmer. All our farms can be shifted if need be. Computerised operation ensures you need not spend your whole  time on the project, rather it requires only a few minutes of your time in a day. Plan to brand the vegetables you grow so that you can assure people of the quality you offer. When done well, this is probably one of the most lucrative professions that will run on until mankind exists.

           Urban farming projects can be started from as small as 182 square feet of space. 

Urban Farming

Tomato Vertical Farming on a rooftop

For centuries the word 'farming' is associated with the countryside and farmers toiling in their farms to grow crops. We urbanites also lived with a feeling that we could never do the physically demanding fine job of producing food. The advent of soilless vertical farming has made all this history. Now anyone can be a farmer. The spade need not be touched at all. All operations from seeding to harvesting is automated. All that we need to do is arrange the space, invest on the equipment and market our produce. The space required too need not be in hectares but just a matter of 500 square feet to do profitable farming.