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Unattributed VC | Alive

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$8.4M | 6 mos ago

About Bowery Farming

Bowery Farming uses robotics, LED lighting, computer vision, sensors, and data analytics to grow leafy greens with no pesticides and very little water indoors.

Bowery Farming Headquarter Location

151 W 26th St 12th Floor

New York, New York, 10001,

United States


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Consumer & Retail / Food & Grocery Tech

This category contains companies developing farming solutions that use technology to enable farming in non-traditional spaces. This includes indoor, vertical, urban, and hydroponic farming. Companies in this category are well-funded, with many of the private companies featured having disclosed more than $100M in funding.

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Bowery Farming Patents

Bowery Farming has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Graphic design
  • Graphical projections
  • Light machine guns
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Latest Bowery Farming News

Bowery and Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station to develop disease-resistant spinach

Aug 9, 2022

Bowery Farming, the national vertical farming giant, has a new agreement with the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture to support research for developing spinach varieties that are bred for high-quality indoor production and to thrive in Bowery’s proprietary growing system. Scientists with the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, the research arm of the Division of Agriculture, are conducting the research in partnership with scientists at Bowery’s research and development facilities. Bowery Farming states it is the largest vertical farming company in the United States in terms of retail footprint. Newton Kalengamaliro, Senior agricultural scientist with Bowery Farming Inc., and Haizheng Xiong, Ph.D., program associate with the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Bowery Farming sells pesticide-free leafy greens and herbs at more than 1,100 U.S. grocery stores and major e-commerce platforms, including Walmart and Whole Foods Market. This year, the New York City-based company launched two varieties of strawberries, offered in their Strawberry Discovery Duopack. Bowery Farming is also expanding its geographic reach across the U.S. with a new indoor “smart farm” in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, with robotics, artificial intelligence, and other technology to manage the farm systems. Bowery Farming will soon launch farms in the Atlanta and Dallas metro areas “The agreement between Bowery Farming and the Division of Agriculture highlights our dedication to improving modern agriculture using advanced breeding technologies,” said Jean-François Meullenet, senior associate vice president for agriculture research and director of the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station. “Collaborations like this exemplify the kind of public-private research partnerships the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station has conducted for decades as part of our land-grant mission.” The renewable agreement with Bowery Farming supports the evaluation of high-yield breeding lines and studies that identify genetic markers in spinach for resistance to waterborne pathogens, such as Pythium, as well as other beneficial traits for growing spinach indoors. Pythium is a fungus-like pathogen that can cause rot and damping-off, destructive diseases in both field and hydroponics production. “In Arkansas, we are very good with our spinach program, going over 50 years now,” said Ainong Shi, associate professor and vegetable breeder for the department of horticulture. Shi said the Division of Agriculture’s long history and expertise in spinach breeding led to initial contact with Bowery Farming in 2020. Jim Correll, Distinguished Professor of entomology and plant pathology, is behind much of the spinach research with the experiment station and will work with Shi on the Pythium-resistance project. Correll successfully developed a spinach line resistant to white rust in previous research and has been developing molecular markers in spinach with a focus on Downey mildew-resistant genes. Haizheng Xiong, a program associate in the department of horticulture who is also on Shi’s team, said they select promising spinach lines from lab and greenhouse studies and then outdoor test plots before evaluating them for indoor hydroponics. In addition to disease resistance, smooth leaf texture is a desired trait for easier washing, Xiong said. Other desired traits include taste, color, nutritional components, leaf shape, growth speed and yield, Shi noted. A large part of the research for Xiong and Shi includes molecular breeding — genetic mapping and genome selection of different spinach and arugula lines. Field studies are conducted at the Milo J. Shult Agricultural Research and Extension Center in Fayetteville and the Vegetable Research Station near Kibler. With information from lab and field studies, the researchers expect to get a more detailed genetic map of the plants and find a Pythium-resistant line. Shi noted that molecular breeding includes marker-assisted selection and genomic selection. This breeding process is not considered gene-editing or genome-editing and does not result in genetically modified organisms (GMOs), he said. Hydroponic testing The screening of spinach and arugula lines in indoor hydroponic systems will be carried out by Ryan Dickson, assistant professor of greenhouse and controlled-environment horticulture. “Pythium is one of the main factors limiting the production of spinach hydroponically, and targeted breeding efforts for Pythium resistance as well as better performance in indoor farming systems is a logical next step,” Dickson said. “Identifying spinach and arugula lines with true resistance to Pythium would be a huge achievement and game-changer for the industry.” Bowery Farming and the Division of Agriculture have a framework in place to deal with any inventions that result from this research. Dickson’s program conducts applied research for greenhouse and controlled-environment industries, with a major focus on improving root zone health for crops grown hydroponically and in soilless growing media. In addition to research on mitigating water-borne diseases, like Pythium, Dickson’s team conducts research related to root zone nutrient and pH management, irrigation and water quality, and evaluation of new soilless and sustainable growing media. Thank you Something went wrong with your message. Maybe it was seen as spam, please browse some more articles on our site before trying again. Email this article to a friend We require you to complete all the text fields marked with *. Your Name

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Bowery Farming Rank

  • When was Bowery Farming founded?

    Bowery Farming was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Bowery Farming's headquarters?

    Bowery Farming's headquarters is located at 151 W 26th St, New York.

  • What is Bowery Farming's latest funding round?

    Bowery Farming's latest funding round is Unattributed VC.

  • How much did Bowery Farming raise?

    Bowery Farming raised a total of $630.9M.

  • Who are the investors of Bowery Farming?

    Investors of Bowery Farming include GGV Capital, First Round Capital, Google Ventures, KKR, Temasek and 28 more.

  • Who are Bowery Farming's competitors?

    Competitors of Bowery Farming include Soli Organic, Crop One, Agricool, Square Roots, Plenty and 16 more.

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