Introducing Muke Vertical Farms
Our farms consume up to 75% less energy comparing to traditional vertical farming systems.
We are the rapidly growing farming company relies on the vertical cultivation of food crops in a controlled environment that uses 95% less water, land than conventional agriculture and does not require chemical pesticides.
Muke's pioneering modular farming business model enables the cultivation of fresh produce within food-focused retail spaces, restaurants, and even large wholesale warehouses and logistics centers, all strategically located in the heart of urban centers. This innovative approach not only guarantees the utmost freshness of our produce but also eradicates the environmental impact typically associated with traditional farming, warehousing, and the extensive transportation of goods over vast distances. What's more, we achieve all of this in the most cost-effective manner, providing our products at prices lower than those of current suppliers.
Muke Vertical Farming: Setting a New Standard
BASIC GROWTH AUTOMATION
CONVEYOR AUTOMATION (CURRENT - TRADITIONAL VERTICAL FARMS)
SYSTEM AUTOMATION (MUKE FARMS)
Typical modular farming unit for retailers/supermarket
L240 x W100 x H300
+ 2,500 trays of microgreens (50g each)
Typical modular farming unit for distribution centres
L500x W310 x H432
130 000 plants
+ 6500 trays
Our innovative technology
At Muke, our cutting-edge technology automates the entire cultivation process, overseen and managed centrally by our dedicated team at our HQ. Our scalable farm modules are strategically placed at your location, offering customized solutions that can be easily tailored to meet your specific needs, thanks to their modular design.
All types of leafy greens like lettuce, spinach, kale etc.
Basil, rucola, mint and other herbs
Variety of microgreens
Exotic and specialty crops
Each Muke Farm is powered by advanced artificial intelligence, robotics, and cutting-edge machine learning algorithms, ensuring precision in every aspect. Human errors are eliminated!
Our farms serve as self-sufficient 'greenhouses,' tirelessly operating around the clock, 365 days a year.