The Urban Farm Model


Fusion Farms is located in a qualified Opportunity Zone and is the first hurricane-protected, indoor, vertical produce farm located in Puerto Rico.

Our 11,500 square foot concrete building has the capacity for 80,640 total plant net pots which translates to a production capacity of 537,000+ ounces of produce per month.



Our pilot project will utilize deep-water rafts to grow mint, basil and microgreens in Phase 1 without soil under LED lights in a controlled environment. Our business model below shows the ability to generate $187,000+ per month in Net Profit from both plant and fish sales.


Our grid-tie solution using renewable energy such as solar, battery backup and generators means that Fusion Farms will not be dependent on the power company and can minimize energy costs.

Tilapia housed in tanks outdoors will be the engine of nutrient-rich water to fuel the plant growth and deliver seed-to-harvest produce in as little as 21 days. Our carousel grow cycle means we can grow our produce year-round with consistent results.

Fusion Farms represents a “fusion” of innovation, talent, impact, urban farming, and food security for the island of Puerto Rico.

Indoor “Controlled Environment Aquaponics” or CEA is a disruptive and forward-thinking new farming solution that will create new opportunities for Puerto Ricans to learn a different farming model that minimizes the impact of external conditions in order to grow the fresh produce the island needs.

The Advantages of Our Pilot Program

By using the Fusion Farms model as a test facility to prove out an effective model, community members will benefit from the transparency of trial and error leading to success. Feasibility, cost containment, use of natural resources, data capture, research, and profitability will all be vital to a thriving program.

The system will be built onsite in Mayagüez with plans to expand to other parts of the island. Because these plans include creating a state of the art sustainable agriculture facility, Fusion Farms can be used to educate and instruct participants in the principles of sustainable agriculture as embodied in the model.

This will assist in the propagation of the model and attract those interested in sustainable agriculture who may have new and additional thoughts and ideas that can be integrated into the model design, creating dynamic sustainable knowledge and IP. This creates an additional revenue model for subscribers to benefit from updates on innovations and improvements.

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