A soilless, controllable and reportable smart farming startup ForFarming received its seed investment with a valuation of TL 1.4 million from Tarvenn
More products with less water
“We offer an easier way to get fresh and healthy additive-free products’’
‘’Commercial’’ for Companies and ‘’Farmi’’ for Children.
Mentioning that they have developed special projects for various institutions and organizations with ForFarming ‘’Commercial” solution, Atlas stated that the logistic costs of institutions, which can now grow fresh crops anywhere and anytime during the entire year, have decreased and they can grow necessary crops in a more effective manner.
Regarding “Farmi”, the startup’s education-based solution applied in schools, Levent Atlas said: “With Farmi education kits that we give at schools, we teach our children about agriculture and technology at an early age. We intend to teach them the technological infrastructure and agriculture to raise a sense of responsibility.”ntry and the world and shrinking agricultural lands make it more difficult to find fresh and healthy products every day. By combining agriculture and technology together, we allow individuals and companies operating in the food sector to produce more fresh and healthier vegetables and fruits that are additive-free in a more efficient way. Thanks to the investment and strategic support we have received from Tarvenn, we have become more powerful by increasing our customer potential, and we have taken important steps to become a powerful corporate.”
“Soilless farming is gaining essential traction.”
‘Tarvenn Ventures and Advisors’ CEO Mustafa Kopuk, stressed that they would make a great contribution to the agriculture in Turkey. “Increasing population and shrinking agricultural lands make it costlier and more difficult to find additive-free products. Therefore, the importance given to soilless farming is growing in the world. ForFarming brings together agriculture and technology to enable you to grow and consume fresh crops in any season and in any place. We aim to achieve success both at the national and international level within a short time.” Mustafa Kopuk said.