BP Gardens Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA)
BP Gardens, inc., Anaheim, California, is a Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) company that specializes in the use of leading-edge technologies and state-of-the-art production methods: Hydroponics (soilless), Aquaculture (fish farming), Aquaponics (hydroponics and aquaculture) and Aeroponics (plant roots moistened by misting sprays).
BP Gardens’ innovative CEA greenhouse business services for the North American market include consultancy, project management, construction, system installation and maintenance services for commercial, industrial, institutional, educational, residential, mobile and specialty applications using state-of-the-art technologies, systems and processes.
BP Gardens systems are designed for the specific purpose of growing high-quality specialty crops using CEA techniques and the latest technology in hydroponic growing systems (HGS). This is in response to a tremendous existing consumer market need for high quality locally grown produce that can’t be met by field growers.
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BP Gardens, Anaheim, Calif., is a Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) company that specializes in the use of leading-edge technologies and state-of-the-art production methods:
• Hydroponics (soilless)
• Aquaculture (fish farming)
• Aquaponics (hydroponics and aquaculture)
• Aeroponics (plant roots moistened by misting sprays)
These technologies protect crops from detrimental environmental elements and generating superior, high-quality, locally grown, market-ready leafy green produce year-round in any climate.
BP Gardens leverages the industry expertise of its management and staff to create one of the most advanced, cost-effective and energy efficient models of urban controlled environment agriculture in the United States.
At the heart of BP Gardens is a CEA growing, marketing and distribution enterprise designed to serve Southern California regional communities, restaurants and grocers with fresh, chemical/pesticide-free produce and specialty culinary herbs.
As consumer interest in nutrition, food safety and healthy lifestyle choices continues to boom, BP Gardens is aggressively pursuing opportunities to provide high-quality produce to meet increasing market demand.
BP Gardens’ CEA facilities are designed for the specific purpose of growing specialty crops using hydroponic and aquaponic grow system technologies.
The company’s closed-loop agricultural systems are self-sufficient and sustainable. By eliminating crop exposure to changing climate, our facilities can produce commercial quantities of locally grown produce at a rate of more than 3,000 heads of lettuce per one acre per day.
BP Gardens’ CEA facilities provide a healthy indoors grow environment free of external contaminants and pollutants.
In collaboration with BP Gardens’ technology partners, the company is working on the design and building of patented, automated crop growing equipment and facilities using modern agronomic (crop productivity, management and distribution) principles to maximize year-round production and profitability.
BP Gardens initially plans to build technically advanced CEA facilities using current agronomic techniques with existing and proven technology to maximize crop yields, profitability and a sustainable business model.
The automated, computer-controlled hydroponic/aquaponic grow systems the company installs enable us to grow commercial quantities of leafy green vegetables and herbs of all varieties that are free of pesticides, herbicides, residues and pathogens.
CEA is the science of computer-managed structures built for crop production. In addition to plant science, CEA combines engineering and computer-managed control technologies used to optimize plant growing systems, plant quality and production efficiency.
CEA is more productive than open-field agriculture (OFA). An advanced and intensive form of agriculture based on hydroponics and aquaponics, CEA incorporates agricultural technologies that enable growers to operate crop environments to desired conditions – free of drought, pathogens, pollution and other negative factors. Plants are grown within a controlled environment so that horticultural practices can be optimized.