ZipGrow Case Studies

Localize food your way!

If you are looking to start your own vertical venture, you are likely looking for inspiration and validation on what that could look like. A vertical farming business, like any other new business, isn’t one size fits all. 

Our new case studies will give you more insight into some of the ZipGrow farms around the globe. Non-profit, community-supported agriculture (CSA) and direct-to-retail/restaurants. These are just a few ways that hydroponic growers shorten food miles with ZipGrow systems and bring fresh, healthy crops to the communities they serve.

Commercial Farms

Future Fresh Hydro
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PinkFarm by Lokal365 AG
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CraftGrown Farms
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Farm & Market
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Moringa Havasu
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Yellow Hammer Farms
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Non-profit Farms

Green Iglu
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Around The Bend Farms
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Upstart University

For the best success we recommend that new ZipGrow farmers use the tools in UpStart University to build their original business plan and learn the fundamentals of hydroponics. If you purchase a farm, you get one year of access for FREE.

Blogs you might like:

Test, then invest; piloting your vertical farm.

The ZipPod – why a purpose built container farm may be a good fit for you.

So you’re starting a farm. Things to consider.

6 Things to Consider When Starting a Vertical Farm

Considerations for Choosing a ZipFarm™ Location

Introduction to Commercial Growing

To Build a Farm: Determine Your Break-Even Point