Food Biome

A food bi-what? A food biome combines our regenerative indoor food system technology with the functions of a biome.

Biomes are a community of plants and animals that share similar characteristics due to the environment they live in. Biomes differ according the area of the planet they are found in and the temperature, soil and the amount of light and water typically determine what type of life exists in it.

A biome is different from an ecosystem. An ecosystem is the interaction of living and nonliving things in an environment. A biome is a specific geographic area notable for the species living there. A biome can be made up of many ecosystems. For example, an aquatic biome can contain ecosystems such as coral reefs and kelp forests.

 

What Can it Do?

The VIGA Biome uses a circular
nutrient and mineral economy to
produce:
• Edible Fish
• Fish Feed & Compost
• Leafy Greens
• Root Vegetables
• Microgreens
• Various Herbs
• Various Fruits