With our two series' remarkable success and responsiveness, Global Vertical Farming Show is back with its third edition - now in India.
GVF2022 now in its 3rd edition — is a ground-breaking event bringing together the whole vertical farming, controlled environment and urban agriculture value chain to discover the business opportunities, meet new people, gain new projects and form long-term collaborations. GVF 2022 intends to provide an unparalleled framework for vertical farming and cutting-edge technology enterprises to thrive, creating excellent economic prospects in this industry. International companies can come - explore & unveil developing urban farming prospects.
India keeps up with the rest of the globe in adopting urban farming and CEA development. Due to the region's susceptibility to soil erosion, desertification, and extreme weather conditions like floods and droughts compromise productivity, alternative agricultural techniques like vertical farming are gaining popularity and this time, we are targeting the vertical farming industry of India.Register Now
Delhi to soon embrace Urban Farming Policy, which will combine the best methods and solutions from around the world. A lot of work has already been done and now it calls for serious commitments. In addition to boosting the city's green cover, the Delhi government intends to create jobs through Urban Farming
India - the world's second greatest producer of wheat and rice, is an agrarian economy and a primary source of livelihood for people living. According to a report, the country needs to feed a burgeoning population and the fast-increasing demand for fresh produce fuels the region's continuous expansion and innovation in vertical farming. Furthermore, vertical farming is rapidly gaining popularity in India, with more startups and companies entering the market every year; as a result, we chose India as our next destination because it has the potential to attract foreign companies interested in exploring more investable prospects in the future.
The Government of India has provided a subsidy for vertical farming, with companies in India receiving a 75% subsidy. The Kerala State Horticulture Mission initiated this scheme (SHM), which is a piece of evidence that vertical farming is the answer to most pressing issues related to food in India.
Keeping Vertical Farming innovation and sustainability at the forefront of this event, we welcome you to another exhilarating edition of GVF 2022 - India !
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Hydroponics, aquaponics and aeroponics are the three most common soilless growth techniques used in vertical farming. Plants suspended in water are grown hydroponically, plants suspended in air are grown aeroponically and those suspended in both water and air are grown aquaponically.
Vertical farming caters to off-season production—-many countries that do not have a suitable environment for producing crops are benefitting with this without difficulty. Furthermore, this technology-based farming is also eco sustainable.
Vertical farming is viewed as an investable commercial success by countries all over the world—-it is a sustainable and season-independent farming method. Furthermore, the strategy utilises technology and every available vertical space to plant fresh food. The industry was estimated at $3.24 bn in 2020 and is expected to reach $24.11 billion by 2030.