We have a Growth Chamber which is a Swedish patent pending innovation which will revolutionise the harvesting of crops and fodder. The Growth Chamber is the closed space where we optimise heat, water and light for different types of crops in order to produce rapid growth.
Charlotte Åkerlind is one of Sweden’s leading agricultural and cultivation experts. She has worked for 20 years with different laboratories for agricultural analysis, such as HS Miljölab, BLGG and as CEO of Eurofins Agro Sweden AB.
– We are importing more than half of the food we eat and the feed for the animals. With the Growth Chamber, the need for transport, water, manure, machine time and crop spraying. Therefor, the Growth Chamber will contribute to achieving Sweden’s climate and food output goals.“
The Growth Chamber is created to maximise growth with the help of a control system, which optimises light, heat and water, without using soil or fertiliser.
It is common knowledge that your animals feel better and produce more in the summer months. By increasing their intake of fresh fodder, their standard of health will increase exponentially. Thanks to the Grow In Fodder Chamber, you can now provide your animals with fresh fodder all year round. See the analytical test of health care whole-crop silage from BLGG here.
Grow In is a closed system that controls water, heat, and light. You will significantly reduce your water consumption. Grow In only uses around 1% of the water consumption that ordinary agricultural process requires. You are insuring yourself against crop failure, will not require a crop rotation and your climate impact is minimal. All you need is access to electricity and water.
Our calculations show that you get the same amount of farmed fodder with Grow In as through traditional farming, but in a third of the time.
With Grow In you will be able to reap 7 tonnes of fresh fodder in 7 days, year round. For this level of output, you would normally require 80 hectares of land. The costs of vehicles, machines, fuel, working hours, irrigation etc are also reduced.