Who We Are

Who we are and what we do..

What is “Fusion Farms”? Our solution is the “fusion” of hydroponic growing of agricultural products based around the implementation of a comprehensive eco-system consisting of a self-sustaining, renewable, organic Controlled Environment Aquaponics (“CEA”) model that has the following characteristics:

  • A design in which all elements are preserved – “re-use everything”
  • A design that uses clean waste-to-energy for sustainable, primary power and energy requirements
  • A design that is repeatable, scalable and capable of implementing automation for commercialization of the model
  • A design that uses green advanced construction materials for use in a wide range of regions and environments.
  • Use this model/prototype as the foundation for an international educational institution to inform and educate in physical and online distance learning solutions.

We have developed and are implementing advanced, sustainable methods of producing seafood and produce in a closed-loop indoor vertical farm creating a natural nutrient solution delivered through water. Our system has the ability to provide fresh, healthy, nutrient-rich produce year-round with harvests daily.

Our Business is Sustainable Aquaponics

Fusion Farms (“FF”) combines elements of hydroponics, aquaculture and renewable energy in a fully contained and controlled environment. Sustainable Closed Environment Aquaponics (“CEA”) provides a unique combination of technologies and agriculture for the production of a variety of food products, as well as fish, in a CEA facility. Extensive scientific research on aquaponic ecosystems has paved the way for repeatable, scalable food production, which represents an innovative advance in the way food supplies will be grown in the future.

The most simple definition of Aquaponics is the combination of aquaculture (raising fish) and hydroponics (the soil-less growing of plants) that grows fish and plants together in one integrated system. The fish waste provides an organic food source for the plants, and the plants naturally filter the water for the fish. The third participants are microbes (nitrifying bacteria). These bacteria convert ammonia from the fish waste first into nitrites, and then into nitrates.  Nitrates are the form of nitrogen that plants can uptake and use to grow.  Solid fish waste is turned into vermicompost that also acts as food for the plants. In combining both hydroponic and aquaculture systems, aquaponics capitalizes on their benefits and eliminates the drawbacks of each.

We appreciate your interest in Fusion Farms!

For more information, contact CEO@FusionFarmsPR.com