Crop Circle Farms

Crop Circle Farms utilizes a patented remote farming system to maximize yield using less space, water and labor. This “plant-and-forget” remote farming system grows up to 5 times the crop compared to conventional farm systems and methods of similar size.

Crop Circle Farms®

Use Less Water

A typical farm uses approximately 2-acre foot of water to grow vegetables; that’s about 800,000 gallons every hour compared to just 100,000 gallons used by a spiraled Crop Circle. In scale, it’s a significant saving; a 10-acre conventional field farm using 8,000,000 gallons an hour each day compared to a 2-acre Crop Circle farm using just 800,000 gallons an hour each day to grow an equal amount of produce

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Crop Circle Farms®

Use Less Space

Patented design configurations increase plant density without sacrificing access or quality. Exponential yield can be expected the larger the Crop Circle. A two acre spiraled Crop Circle configured with a quadruple row pepper formation will match the production of a convectional till row 10 acre farm.

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Crop Circle Farms®

Use Less Labor

Field labor has always been an issue for agriculture; labor may be relatively inexpensive but difficult to acquire. To bring in the harvest, large farms either hire temporary workers, which is not entirely dependable or hire full time picking and handling staff, which can be expensive. A cooperative wheat harvest like those seen on the prairies is used for a Crop Circle harvest; produce can be sold for a picked price or harvested all at once the same day saving time and money.

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Crop Circle Farms®

Make More Money

An average profit of between $30,000 and $80,000 per acre is the typical return for a conventional field farm growing vegetables. A spiraled Crop Circle farm grows more plants per acre, produces a higher quality product in less time. Crop Circle farm profits increase significantly to 5 times that of a field farm.

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