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Triple the production with expansion and automation

Michigan Farm News, June 22, 2020 

Revolution Farms is making a 2 Acre expansion and expect to triple their production of leafy greens to 1.5 million pounds annually. The new facility will use the latest agriculture technologies — including a fully automated plant-to-harvest system — to grow fresh, local produce year-round. Revolution Farms started the expansion in February…

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Greenswell Growers will grow baby leaf lettuce with Green Automation system

Richmond Times Dispatch, August 11, 2020

Greenswell Growers in Goochland County, Virginia will grow baby leaf lettuce for distribution in the Mid-Atlantic region. Greenswell Growers is proud to bring their large-scale indoor growing facility to Goochland where they will provide delicious, safe, and sustainably grown leafy greens to the community. 

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Hands-Free Cultivation at Fresh Local Produce of Ohio

Press Release April 6, 2020

Green Automation has completed another project in the USA. The installation of Green Automation’s fully automated growing system at Fresh Local Produce in Hudson, Ohio was completed early 2020. Fresh Local Produce is selling under the brand “Free! Leafy Greens”.

When deciding what growing system to use, Fresh Local Produce looked at yield…

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Green Automation brings automation and efficiency to new greenhouse operation in Texas

Press Release Oct 31, 2019

Green Automation Group is proud to announce the latest project realization in the North American market – hydroponic lettuce producer TrueHarvest Farms in Belton, Texas. The 50,000 square feet greenhouse is equipped with growing automation technology from Green Automation. Riding on the steadily increasing demand for locally grown produce,…

Ultra-local vs. Strategic Local - How close will you go?

Hortidaily Sept 24, 2019

The distances travelled by leafy greens are encouraging indoor farmers to join the lettuce market. The trend is going to growing locally. But the question is how local should you go?
It appears there are two schools of thought when addressing this question. One argues that food should be produced ultra-locally in metropolitan areas very…

Hands-free cultivation at Free Leafy Greens in Hudson, Ohio

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Lef Farms producing lettuce in the dead of winter

Hands-Free automatic growing at Free! Leafy Greens. 

Hands-Free Cultivation at Free! Leafy Greens