Farm For All 
Enviroment impact

Unique soil mixture 

We help our customers reduce their fertilizer expenses by up to 90%, providing them with a unique innovative soil mixture, that contains 8 organic components which are helping to increase their organic production of crops. It can be used directly in soil or in hydroponics systems, as a replacement for in-organic growing media.

Increase crop production by 5 to 30 times

Using our product solution, stakeholders can enhance the organic crop yield  5 to 30 times for a wide range of valuable crops for humans and animals by using less surface than any other system or method available.
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Reuse all sources

Reduce Food Waste

Farmers will be able to decompose all of their waste using our vermicompost method and reuse it as a new nutrient organic bio compost at the conclusion of each harvest season. This helps to restore the biodiversity of their soil that has been harmed by the use of herbicides or pesticides.
Future of Food Production


During the last decade farmers all over the world have been shifting away from traditional methods and moving toward alternative farming methods and systems such as hydroponics, aquaponics, and aeroponics. The agricultural sector is facing significant challenges in terms of energy, land, water, and fertilizers, but the major core concern that will affect all variables and, in particular, all systems is an increase in crop prices. For example, every increase in energy prices reduces the welfare of producers. Each increase in energy prices reduces producers' welfare by 0.6% to 1.4%. As a result, even minor increases in fuel prices have a direct impact on the total cost of a small or large-scale farm (fuels, fertilizers, sensors, grow lights, water pumps, automated systems). This critical issue will have a direct negative impact on the final pricing of consumer products, and all existing solutions will be unable to operate in the long run with such high prices.
Decrease of Arrable Land
Water Scarcity 
Decrease of Farmers
Increase of Farmer Costs
Decrease of Food Production

Regenerative Zero Carbon Farming System

Our company developed an innovative organic regenerative vertical farming system after 4 years of research, where stakeholders (farmers, consumers, businesses, or governments) all over the world can use our Zero Carbon Footprint solution to increase crop production 5 to 30 times with 98% less water, 90% less fertilizers, and minimum energy, eliminating weeds, without the use of any pesticides or herbicides.
Stakeholders can grow a wide range of valuable crops for humans and animals by reusing organic components and resources from Mother Earth in a more sustainable manner, hence increasing soil biodiversity and the lives of effective microorganisms.

Our product solution replicates the principles of tree growth, which transfer nutrients from roots to branches and produce new life in the form of fruits and leaves. As a result, we design and develop a product in the shape of a tree, in which we levitate above the ground and place on branches, only precisely the amount of our special soil mixture that plants require to flourish.

Plants are irrigated using an automated system, which only activates the water pump when the moisture reaches a certain level and circulates the remaining water back to the tank where it will be reused again until the plant's growth stage is completed.

At the end of the harvest period, the soil and the remaining plant parts are broken down using our Vermicompost method along with Effective Microorganisms, reusing all waste as a nutrition Biocompost. By utilizing all available resources in an organic manner, our methodology contributes to and helps the restoration of soil biodiversity.

Case Study

A conventional farmer using traditional organic methods can produce approximately 5 to 7000 corn stems on a land farm space of 1000 square meters. With our product, however, farmers can produce 22 to 25000 corn stems reaching 2 meters in height on any surface area, including arable or non-arable land, rooftops, and even indoors. This is an improvement compared to other methods like hydroponics, aquaponics, or aeroponics, which may not be able to support corn crops because the stems and roots can reach up to 2.5 meters in height and length, causing issues for those systems.
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By using our zero carbon regenerative farming system in any surface area of 1000 square meters, we are able to produce the following crops organically utilizing less surface area and less resources.:

1) 70 - 100.000 Saffron bulbs, the most expensive herb in the world 10,000$ / kg
2) 12 - 16000 Cabbages 
3) 23 - 27000 heads of lettuce 
4) 7 - 12000 Blueberries plants
5) 60 - 8000 Strawberry plants
6) 18 - 24/tons of Red Onions
7) 23 - 27/tons of Garlics
8) 22 - 30/tons of Carrots

Meet the Team

At Agrovisioners we do not only see each other as a strong team but also as a family. Some members have known one another for many years and others have only recently met, however they all have one thing in common, a vision to provide solutions that will help mankind.

Our story began 17 years ago when the main founders were teenagers with visions and ambitions. Our ideas were just small seeds waiting for the right time to sprout into reality. All team members come from various backgrounds in different industries and crossed paths four years ago when a new pioneering cultivation method was discovered by one of the founders' research mistakes. We believe this discovery will revolutionize the agriculture and food production industry. Since then, each member has dedicated their time and efforts to make this vision a reality.


CEO /  Co - Founder 
MBA, Extensive Agronomist Research Skills, with 8 Years of work experience in Finance and Business with multinational companies. Establish his first business operation at the age of 13


Sustainability Engineering / Co - Founder
PhD Mechanical Engineering, Master’s degree in Sustainable Energy Systems, BEng in Mechanical Engineering with First-Class Honours Swansea University.


Mechanical Engineer / Co - Founder
MEng graduate from the University of Glasgow. Educated in designing, developing, and implementing innovative solutions to complex engineering challenges.

Competitive Advantage

By reusing all natural resources, stakeholders can increase crop yield production of a wide variety of crops on any small surface area (farmland, rooftops, greenhouse, or indoor). This can be done with 98% less water, 90% fewer fertilizers, and minimum energy.

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