What is Vertical Farming?

Vertical farming is an evolving industry. It involves growing food indoors in a controlled setting, often involving artificial light and soil-less growing methods. Crops can be stacked vertically, ensuring the best use of space.

Infinite Harvest’s Vertical Farm

Infinite Harvest is a microgreens grower. Headquartered in the Denver, Colorado area, we have developed a hydroponic vertical farm as a sustainable source of affordable natural food.

In our indoor vertical farm, we can grow the same amount of food as a two-acre farm, every month of the year. We are not dependent on growing seasons.

We use non-GMO seeds, advanced hydroponic technology, water recycling, and composting. This means no harmful chemicals, less water waste, and less environmental impact.

Harvesting Lettuce

Vertical Farming Local Produce

Rows upon rows of microgreens and living lettuce are stacked several levels high—giving vertical farming its name. Our produce feeds on the perfect diet of water, nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, and several micronutrients. When they are ready to be harvested by our team, they’ll be sent out to grocery stores and restaurants.

Vertical Farming Team

Infinite Harvest – “In Season, Every Season.” That means our production crew harvests greens all 365 days a year! Our hard-working crew puts care and passion into supplying clean, sustainable, and tasty local microgreens and living lettuces to people in the Denver, Co area and at over 30 Whole Foods Market locations in 7 states.

Inside our vertical farm. Vertical farming microgreens and living lettuce.