Agriculture is an integral part of Nova Scotia’s economy.
An incredibly diverse industry, the province produces apples, wild blueberries, maple products, and grass-fed beef, to name a few. Whether production occurs in fields, barns, or greenhouses, innovation and persistence are the hallmarks of Nova Scotian agriculture. Those traits, and a growing demand for local food, make Nova Scotia the perfect place for the evolution of indoor agriculture.
At TruLeaf, we’re leading a new evolution in plant science that improves predictability in agriculture. Our Smart Plant Systems® leverage multi-level farming technology to create efficient, controlled indoor farms that can be located anywhere from the heart of an urban centre to remote locations or harsh climate areas, where growing would otherwise not be possible.
It’s a practical, sustainable solution that avoids some of the challenges of traditional farming, providing a predictable, year-round supply of fresh, high-nutrient plants to meet the needs of grocery retailers, functional food producers, pharma and health product manufacturers.
We’re more than plant growers; we’re a multi-disciplinary team with world-leading expertise in plant science, environmental controls, new product development, marketing and supply chain management. By combining proven agricultural technologies with our own innovations in farm design, racking, lighting configurations and irrigation mechanics, we’re pioneering proprietary, world-leading processes and plant recipes with exciting commercial possibilities in multiple industries.