BBC Radio 4’s Farming Today

We had a visit from BBC Radio 4’s Farming Today correspondent Nancy Nicolson who wanted to hear more about the future of vertical farming. She talked to David Farquhar and Professor Derek Stewart from the James Hutton Institute and heard how our technology and...
Tackling the Food Crisis with a Borderless Collaboration

Tackling the Food Crisis with a Borderless Collaboration

We have worked closely with global industrial automation business Omron for the past few years. Vertical farming and indoor horticulture was a new area of interest for Omron. It resonates closely with the company’s social responsibility values in the context of...

VIDEO: Vertical Farming Removes Traditional Farming Constraints

Last week we welcomed Emma Hayward from Al Jazeera news to our facility at Invergowrie. She spoke to our CEO David, and James Hutton Insitute CEO Colin Campbell. This was to coincide with World Food Day (16 October) to highlight new and innovative agricultural methods...

World Food Day: our actions are our future

“The UK production system is a legacy of the shift in the second half of the 20th century to strive for greater food productivity. Along with this progression and massive uplift in food production, there has been an increasing gulf developed between primary...
The future of agriculture – BBC Landward comes to visit IGS

The future of agriculture – BBC Landward comes to visit IGS

The Landward team came to visit our facility at Invergowrie to talk about the future of agriculture. Meeting both our CEO David Farquhar and Dr Rob Hancock from the James Hutton Institute, the BBC’s Euan McIlwraith heard all about what type of crops might be grown,...