The Biofarm

The Biofarm

The Biofarm™, an integration of innovative technologies to conserve water and provide plant fertility and fish feed at a fraction of the cost of manufactured organic nutrients. Our first major installation is currently under way in a rural town south of Eugene, Oregon. It will contain the following features:

Biogarden® and greenhouse -  Once the existing 3000 SF greenhouse has been renovated and upgraded with Bioponica grow tables and tanks taking upwards of 1050 SF of grow area and 3200 gallons in nutrient and aquatic storage tanks under the beds

NPK Brewery™A facility for extracting liquid nutrients, utilizing Bioponica’s innovative method called ‘nutri-cycling’ for digesting, oxygenating and bio-filtering plant and fish food derived entirely from wet and dry, abundantly available biomass.

Priomordial Soup™ - Many hours of trial, error and testing went into determining a wide variety of plant and organic matter that can be used to make liquid fertilizer through nutri-cycling. Bioponica blends and processes dried biomasses efficiently to provide targeted levels of various macro and trace minerals. These minerals are used to feed liquid nutrients to fish, plant and rhizosphere microbes.

BioFarmacy™ - A processing facility designed to add value to the farm. In our Oregon project, the BioFarmacy™ will be a cleaning, blending, juicing, freezing and packaging facility with option for nutritious - wheat grass and herb - popsicle making.

Farm produce stand A facility for selling and displaying products made onsite, ranging from bulk produce, seedlings, flowers, and herbs to smoothies, salads or juices. With proper permitting, our client in Oregon will be able to sell worm castings, casting teas, liquid fertilizer and organically raised fish.

Shipping container tiny home – 800 SF 2bed/2bath home made from re-purposed shipping containers. The modern structure, architected by an expert in container homes will be fabricated in an Oregon warehouse and delivered to the site, ready for occupancy.