Farminova Technologies

Dimmable and Adjustable Spectrum LED lights

Farminova's R&D team developed an unique design of dimmable and adjustable spectrum LED lights, that are energy efficient. LEDs with low heat output, allowing the array to be placed much closer to the plants, maximize light exposure. The LED array produces full spectrum light, as well as infrared and ultraviolet light. To optimize plant growth, both the light spectrum and intensity can be tuned to different types and growth stages.  Mood, both at night and throughout the day, eliminates peaks in electricity demand.

Fully Automated Dosing System

Fully automated dosing systems perfected by Farminova’s agricultural team infuse the plant prowing recipes consists of micro and macro elements. Dosing systems also provide the pH levels and electrical conductivity of the water. With data retrieved we are able to create a record of the nutrients that crops have throughout their growing period.

Remote Monitoring

With Farminova's remote monitoring technologies, you can monitor the progress of your plants 24 hours 7 days. You can follow the growth of your plants from the time the seeds are planted to the harvest. With the remote monitoring and management system you can monitor CO2 levels, humidity, day and night temperatures, photoperiods and water levels of your crops and therefore you can take action.

Unmanned Plant Transportation System, Loader

With Farminova’s Unmanned Plant Transportation System, UPTS, human contact with your crops decreases. Farminova’s UPTS has an average of 60 meters of loading and unloading range, in 30 seconds with an energy consumption of 0.05 kW on average. While loading and unloading with UPTS, your efficiency maximizes because of less labour force.

Ebb and Flow

Farminova uses Ebb and Flow technique also known as Flood and Drain systems, in order to increase water efficiency while growing your crops. Ebb and Flow systems have two phases, flooding and draining; firstly the nutrient water flows on the growing area, to feed roots. Secondly, the water drains back to the reservoir, where it is being recycled to be used again.