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28th August, 2020


Greenhouses have been around for a long long time. The one in the picture above was built in 1844 in London and the Lyman Estate ones in Boston in 1798. In the 350 years since, greenhouses have come a long way. So much so, that greenhouse cultivation is one of the biggest reason behind Netherlands catapulting itself to the second largest exporter of food in the world.

The governments all over the world recognize the need to increase area under greenhouses through various subsidies and incentives – the farmers too are aware of the productivity gains that come with this cultivation form. Yet, in many nations, farmers have shied away from investing in greenhouses. India for example, puts up less than 5000 acres of greenhouses every year, despite heavy subsidies & incentives by the government.

The problem like most other forms of agriculture lies in a piecemeal implementation of the solutions. For a greenhouse cultivation to succeed – selection of right seeds & crop inputs, micro climate control, nutrition control and pest pre-emption & control all have to succeed. While there are bunch of solutions available for each of these issues, specificity, selection & timing are important but all the more confusing at the same time.

This is where Absolute’s Absolute’s full stack agronomy solution, backed by our revolutionary iGrow system steps in. This dynamically adjusting, always learning, easy to implement solution brings the collective power of technology, data science, agronomy, hydrology, weather intelligence, and biology in a solution as simple as a daily to-do list and dramatically simplifies & automates (where possible) greenhouse operations. Absolute Greenhouses have witnessed a 25-40% cycle over cycle improvement in yields, grade and quality of the produce, using far fewer resources than before.

25000 acres, 5000 farmers and 7 states later, we can confidently say, we are just getting started. Join the network to turn this movement into the next green revolution -

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