FOR SALE - 2017.5 Freight Farm - Computer Controlled Hydroponic Grow System - St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

FOR SALE - 2017.5 Freight Farm - Computer Controlled Hydroponic Grow System - St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Make & Model - 2017.5 Leafy Green Machine (LGM) - Winterized" for Cold Climates.

Manufacturer - Freight Farms

Location - St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Price - $75,000

Description

Well maintained 2017.5 LGM purchased from Freight Farms.

This LGM has been a reliable producer of healthy produce.

  • The Leafy Green Machine is a complete hydroponic growing system built entirely inside a shipping container with all the components needed for commercial food production. The system is designed and engineered for easy operation, allowing users of all backgrounds to immediately start growing. 

    Current Uses 
    • Perfect for starting a small produce business, growing for restaurants or supplementing existing produce production. 


    • Restauranter who wants to grow custom greens for rotating menus 365 days a year. Farm to Table? How about Parking Lot to Table!


    • Universities and schools have created programs for students to learn to grow while supplementing dining facilities with fresh greens.

    The Highest Standard in Controlled Environment Agriculture
    • Pre-built system designed to maximize operational efficiency and streamline workflow
    • Perfect environment is achievable 365 days a year, regardless of geographic location
    • Automated scheduling reduces the amount of labor required to operate
    • Remote monitoring & control capabilities through the Farmhand AppTM

    Operation Requirements
    Space- The LGM dimensions are 40’ x 8’ x 9.5’. We suggest putting the farm on either trap rock or a concrete pad.
    Electrical- 60 amp, 120/240-volt single phase or 120/208V three phase connection.
    Water- A designated water source is suggested such as a garden hose or hardline water plumbing.
    Labor- 15 to 20 hours a week for farming and upkeep.

    It is recommended growing smaller compact crops with a high turnover rate, like head and loose leaf lettuces, herbs and heartier greens like kale and swiss chard.


LGM Included Accessories

Upgraded Dehumidifier

1/3 hp main pump

Constant flow drip emitters to prevent the wasting of water

Crop Examples
Butterhead lettuce, Oakleaf lettuce, Swiss Chard, Mustard Greens, Cabbage Leaves, Arugula, Cilantro, Mint, Dill, Oregano, Kale, Endive, Basil, Chives and Thyme

Yields
800+ heads of lettuce weekly
12 heads per tower (256 vertical towers)
1 LGM= 1.8 acres

Numerous additional extras included.

Numerous warranties still in effect

Training, website and ongoing support available through Freight Farms. 

Visit Freight Farms (Website) for more information.

For Additional Information And To Arrange A Viewing:

212-475-5300  - Herb@iGrow.News

1. ALL-WEATHER CONSTRUCTION
Steel frame with stainless interior, 40' x 8' x 9.6' overall footprint. 

2. AUTOMATIC DOSING
Programmable nutrient & pH dosing for perfect growing conditions.

3. CUSTOM WORKBENCH
TIG-welded stainless workbench with integrated seedling growth stage. 

4. COMMERCIAL VOLUME
Thousands of growing sites across 256 irrigated vertical towers.

5. HIGH-EFFICIENCY LED ARRAY
5:1 red / blue LED lighting optimized for green leafy growth.

6. INSULATED ENTRY
Padlock-proof safety door with controlled-environment insulation.

Product Booklet

  • All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice.

  • No representation is made as to the accuracy of any description.

  • All measurements, yields and square footages are approximate and all information should be confirmed by customer.

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