Challenges that We Answer

Water

70% of global fresh water supply has been used for agriculture purposes.

Pollution

Open-field usage of fertilizers and pesticides impacts our environment.

Energy

Energy is the most expensive cost for indoor farming. Often, it causes CO2 emission.

Logistics

The prolonged logistics result in food degradation and supply uncertainty.

Land

Deforestation for farmland posts great threats for our future.

Equity

19 million Americans live in areas designated as "food deserts".

Our Approach

01

Minimum Environmental Dependency and Footprints  

02

Farmer's Profitability &
Local Economic Impact

03

Community Health &
Social Equality
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Prevent Land Degradation

Bifarm’s approach to indoor farming can take advantage of existing infrastructure to reduce our dependence on fertile lands and increase cultivation production over outdoor agriculture.

Protect From Extreme Weather

By utilizing indoor infrastructure to protect plants from drastic changes in climate temperature and precipitation, plants can flourish under programmable idealistic conditions safely all year round.

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Combat Water Scarcity

Bifarm Uses aeroponics as a growing method to reduce water and nutrient waste by up to 90% while increasing the growth and yield performance of crops by 30%.

Reduce Energy Consumption

We develop technologies with the energy-saving practices in mind to reduce the operating costs and greenhouse effects.

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Minimum Environmental Footprint

Bifarm's data-oriented growing environment management and advanced  precision aeroponics can support food production with limited resources in urban areas, effective in answering unmet demands for higher food quality and reliable access, all while minimizing environmental impact.

Boost Economy

The cost reduction and increased yields, brought by Bifarm's technology, contribute directly to the farmers' bottomline. The AI-powered automation simplifies operation and eliminates guesswork, empowering small business farms to flourish, creating jobs and boosting local economy

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Social Sustainability

By empowering farmers to be profitable in supplying fresh and high quality food to the community, it forms a long-term sustainable model for food security and community health.