Local agtech boosts vegetable production

The company is planning to build another two indoor farms in the Klang Valley. It is currently in discussions with a mall owner to locate an indoor farm on the north east side of the Klang Valley.

LOCAL agriculture technology (agtech) company Agroz Group Sdn Bhd has completed the construction of its 3,000 sq ft indoor vertical farm at Sg Buloh, which will allow it to produce three tonnes of vegetables every month.

Agroz currently has a total of 37,000 cu ft of indoor vertical farm space via three units of container farms in Mines 2, Seri Kembangan.

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