At MightyVine, sustainability is just as important for business reasons as it is environmental reasons. For example, MightyVine’s production uses 10% of the water needed to produce their field grown counterparts. Furthermore, none of the water filters down into the water table – another important way they’re helping protect the local environment.
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MightyVine CEO Gary Lazarski
Gary Lazarski of MightVine Tomatoes drops by Local Foods to talk about sustainability, the importance of nutrition, and growing hydroponic tomatoes.
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Hydroponic Farming With MightyVine of Chicago
One of Grow Forward’s more successful and well-known companies is MightyVine, the hydroponic tomato grower based in Rochelle, Illinois. I sat down with MightyVine CEO, Gary Lazarski to discuss the environmental benefits of their innovative agricultural techniques and how the restaurant industry has taken to this new kind of tomato. Gary Lazarski is a lifelong […]