The future of farming
JP Global are market leaders in Aeroponic technology. We are reducing the environmental impact of traditional agriculture by using a revolutionary technology in agriculture to grow produce locally. The effects of global warming on our climate are continuing to worsen and fluctuating weather conditions are becoming more common; resulting in traditional farming methods failing. Revolutionising agriculture is at the heart of what we do, and we believe that aeroponic technology in agriculture is the fastest and most effective way of doing so. Our award winning technology provides vertical farming units which can be located anywhere across the globe, growing crops all year round, giving our investors high yields all year long.
What we offer
Aeroponic units for vertical farming.
Built inside a shipping container, JP Global units are fitted with all the tools necessary for high yield, consistent harvests. With innovative climate technology these units are the perfect environment for achieving healthy harvests 365 days a year, regardless of geographic location.
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Investing in a Vertical Unit
Indoor crop production enables year-round growing by mitigating the effects of weather. This control over crop timing allows indoor farms to increase margins by growing “off-market” and selling against outdoor seasonality. In other words, indoor farms are uniquely capable of growing traditional summer crops during the winter and winter crops during the summer.
Our aeroponic shopping containers are fitted with all the tools needed for high-volume and with innovative climate technology and growing equipment, the perfect environment 365 days a year.
JP Global use these farming units to grow produce on behalf of the investor, this offers investors fixed returns with regular income.
We are dedicated to reducing our global footprint by using modern machinery with less carbon emissions and producing crops locally.
Aeroponic farming uses 95% less water than traditional methods.
70% of produce is imported from EU countries
£5.07 billion: the projected vertical farming market value by 2022