Spowdi Mobile Pro is used by food producers with one goal in common: to build sustainable and resilient local food production with low environmental impact. Effective irrigation systems help optimize food production resulting in higher margins for food producers. This is where Spowdi makes a difference.
Spowdi Smart Farming is about producing more crops using less energy and water; to use the environment to our advantage with zero emissions. Sustainable production systems are an important part of resilient food production. With the sun as the source of power and driplines to optimize water distribution, you will be able to maintain higher yields using less water and energy.
Organic cash-crop producers, fruit farmers, advanced home growers, winemakers, restaurants, spice-producers, and urban roof-top farmers that all use Spowdi Mobile Pro with one goal in common: create the prerequisites for resilient local food production with low environmental impact. We showcase Spowdi Smart Farming at some of our food-producing partner’s locations, so come and visit us!
Welcome to visit our farms.
On our farms, you will meet food producers and see the system in action. All our sites are open for you to visit. It might be that our farmers are not on site but most of the time there is a college or friend that can welcome you. If possible you can plan ahead and book an appointment. They all had different prerequisites and challenges. Below you can meet the farmers, get a glimpse of their daily life, and how Spowdi mobile pro has changed their life. Welcome to Spowdi smart farming.
- Kitchen- garden at Ulriksdals Värdshus, Stockholm, SwedenIn the Royal gardens of Ulriksdal in Stockholm, we are fortunate to work with Swedish Brasseries, who own a number of high-profile restaurants in the Stockholm region. One of them being Ulriksdals värdshus where we …
- Organic farming in Alunda, Uppsala, SwedenTuna Grönsaker, or “Tuna Greens” in English, is an organic vegetable farm north of Uppsala in Sweden. The farm is run by Elisiv Lindroth, a well-known local grower and expert in organic farming. It all …
- Finca de Pepe in Los Pacos, Costa del Sol, SpainFinca Pepe is located outside Fuengirola in the hills of Los Pacos. The farm has been run by Pepe and his brother as a hobby since they both retired a couple of years ago. Water …
- R&D Facility, Bangalore, IndiaWelcome to Spowdi Smart Farming in action in a controlled environment. The operation is run by us and our partner Jain Irrigation and the purpose of Spowdi Smart Farming is to test and build best …
Organic food production
The organic food industry is one of the fastest-growing food productions sectors around the world. The American and European markets are the largest, producing about 90% of all organic food globally. Studies in food safety and quality have revealed that when comparing organic food with non-organic food organic products have higher nutrition values, lower levels of chemical residues, and generally taste better.
As a result, the most important sustainable agriculture system introduced in recent years is organic farming. The environmental benefits such as biodiversity conservation, better soil quality, strengthening adaptation strategies, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions are a few of the positives that combined with energy efficiency make it a sustainable solution.
Organic food production is a low-risk strategy and a realistic option for small-scale farmers. For small-scale farmers the benefits are numerous: better bargaining power with buyers, easier access to credit and markets, and a reduction in certification costs. A further spin-off effect is an increase in employment opportunities in rural areas and improved living standards due to increased income.
The Spowdi system is a solution, not only in line with the EU regulation 834/2007 on organic production and labeling of organic products, but one that also contributes to maintaining sustainable agriculture with the use of renewable energy sources.