We only offer a complete indoor vertical farming solution and exclusively to our regional partners. We do not offer our LED, gel substrate, bio-fertilizer, software, or automation equipment as individual products. If you’re interested in partnering with us, then please read our Partnership FAQ.

Jesper Hansen

Chief Commercial Officer

Salad made with YesHealth produce.

We offer a complete indoor vertical farming solution with all our latest technology and no third-party providers.

We’ve reduced CapEx and OpEx for our farms through vertical integration in the supply chain. All our technology is developed in-house. We manufacture everything through our own supply chains, working with factory partners to innovate and lower our costs – savings that we pass on to you.

Technological Pragmatism

Always pragmatic about technology, we don't need the most advanced farms with full automation and drones etc. We don't need to crunch millions of data points either; AI might attract investors, but it won't necessarily produce better food.

What we need is more feasible farms. Whenever we build a farm, we challenge ourselves to grow the best produce at the most competitive price. We customize our technology to deliver maximum quality and efficiency at the minimum CapEx and OpEx to achieve our business goals.

YesHealth iFarm has proven our concept in Taiwan. Now, we're working towards further proofs of concept in Europe, MENA, North America and elsewhere around the world.


Our founder and his engineering team have decades of experience in LCD screen manufacturing, which gave them a head start when they began designing LEDs for indoor vertical farming back in 2013.

In recent years, we’ve focused on lowering the electricity consumption and heat emission of our LEDs. These two factors are crucial; electricity consumption because it’s the main operating cost in our farms; and heat emission because it affects plant health as well as OpEx.

Our latest generation of LED has become extremely efficient through lower power consumption and less heat emission. We factor all heat emissions into the farm’s cooling or heating operations to provide the optimum environment for plant health at minimum OpEx.

Gel Substrate

In our hydroponic system, we utilize a proprietary gel substrate. It’s plant-based and zero waste; being absorbed by the plants as they grow. Upon harvesting, the gel will have completely disappeared, leaving the plant whole with its roots clean and intact.

This gel substrate was developed to replace the plastic sponge substrate that our farms used previously. We began using it commercially in 2020. Not only has it enabled us to reduce waste; it has also allowed us to cut costs, as it is much more cost effective than our previous substrate material.


Our proprietary, liquid microbial bio-fertilizers (also known as bio-stimulants) are made from natural ingredients such as soybeans, oyster shells and sugar. They contain living microorganisms that help to maintain the irrigation system’s microbiome and effectively boost plant health.

We cultivate our bio-fertilizers in-house. They provide micro-nutrients that improve plant health, contributing to the excellent look, taste and nutritional value of our produce. We use them in combination with macro-nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.


Many vertical farming companies espouse the benefits of data. According to them, the more data they collect and analyze, the more efficient their farming operations will become. We offer a different perspective.

Through our many years of experience, we know how our farms operate, so we don’t need much data. We monitor temperature, humidity and carbon dioxide levels in the air. We use balance tanks to maintain EC and pH levels in the irrigation system. But we do not collect data from each plant or planting board.

Our software centers around the manufacturing execution system (MES) that we developed in-house. This system enables our farm operators and technicians to communicate with our sales and business administration team, ensuring that production will always meet demand.

We already use IoT connected equipment to automate some tasks, and in the future, we will integrate AI within our software stack to further automate tasks.

Gel Substrate & Seeding Automation

The sowing of seeds in gel substrate must be automated. Special equipment is needed for heating the gel to a liquid state and rapidly cooling it down to a solid state inside the planting tray.

From there, the planting tray is transferred into seeding automation, which is capable of planting hundreds of seeds in less than 15 seconds. It is compatible with seeds of all shapes and size

Transplanting Automation

After the seeds have germinated, and the seedlings have sprouted, they are transplanted onto larger growing boards. With our automated equipment, several hundred seedlings are transplanted in a single motion, then transported to a new location in the farm.

Several types of equipment are used for internal logistics. Scissor lifts and hydraulic lifts are essential for daily farm operations. Hydraulic lifts offer greater stability when lifting heavy loads over 10 meters off the ground.

Internal Logistics

Scissor lifts are readily available on the open market, but they tend to lack stability at full extension. Our latest farms exceed 10 meters in height. That's why we designed our own Input and output lift, which has greater stability and load bearing capacity.

Harvesting & Packaging Systems

We design harvesting and packaging automation to meet regional consumer demands. In Taiwan, we retail salads and herbs with their roots intact, so we don't require equipment for trimming roots.

In Europe and North America, consumers prefer salads and herbs to be cut away from the root. Therefore, we have designed harvesting automation specifically for this need.

Cleaning Automation

After the produce has been harvested, all growing trays and styrene boards are cycled through cleaning equipment before reuse. Our automated cleaning equipment uses powerful jets of water and brushes to remove any leftover plant matter.

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