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Vertical Designs to Build LED Lighting System for Vertical Farming

Vertical Designs Ltd. a privately owned company that designs, builds and patents innovative, fully sustainable and complete vertical growing solutions, announced today plans to build an exclusive LED lighting system for global use in vertical farming and other indoor agricultural growing systems.

This powerful, revolutionary design will offer indoor growers, especially for the pharmaceutical industry, the opportunity to control key lighting protocols that can manipulate the metabolic pathways of plant tissue to achieve the precise chemistry needed to produce compounds that will assist in solving world health issues and ailments such as diabetes, glaucoma and many others.

VDL's new vertical farming designs, which will implement this new LED computer-based technology, could solve the current problem with microbial issues faced by the large tobacco-growing operations during their transition into the mass production of marijuana. This advantage could give these giant corporations the quality control and pricing needed to compete globally. This independence could also in future, allow for all products to be produced indoors, in North America once federally legal.

Agriculture Designer Nick Brusatore comments: "I am very excited to finally build this design that we have been working on for a few years now. We have been testing products from all the large, mainstream lighting manufacturers and not one of them provides what we specifically need so we will now build our design and use it for our own exclusive needs".


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