What is Hydroponic Farming?

It’s simple: Hydroponic Farming is growing without soil.  At Green Life Farms, we replace soil with nutrient-rich, oxygenated clean water, so our baby leafy greens soak up all of the nutrition, and none of the contaminants often found when growing in dirt.  Our sustainable agriculture yields better produce, in less time, using fewer of our precious natural resources.

Check out the benefits!


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Greenhouse Grown

  • Green Life Farms greenhouses combine innovative technology with agriculture, using a state-of-the-art hydroponic system. 
  • Our enclosed farms aren’t exposed to the elements, so we can grow our premium baby leafy greens year-round, regardless of weather.
  • By carefully controlling growing conditions, we reduce the risk of contamination, and ensure our greens are consistently healthy and flavorful.

Naturally Clean

  • Green Life Farms baby leafy greens are grown using non-GMO seeds and natural sunlight, nourished by oxygenated clean water.
  • Growing without soil means there’s less risk of environmental contamination, keeping our produce safer. 
  • Our baby leafy greens are harvested hands-free - staying clean and crisp from farm to table.
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Responsibly Produced

  • Green Life Farms greenhouses incorporate renewable energy, and include efficiency in every element of the growing process. 
  • Our hydroponic system uses 90% less water than conventional farming.
  • We strive to recycle our materials, keeping our carbon footprint small.

Fresh and Local

  • Most produce sold in the U.S. is grown on the West Coast.  For East Coast consumers, that means your greens may be a week old before reaching your supermarket. 
  • Our produce is sold locally, keeping it fresher longer – giving you better flavor, and better value.
  • Choosing Green Life Farms baby leafy greens helps support your local community.
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Lake Worth, Florida: Our Flagship Location

Now growing 700,000 pounds of Baby Leafy Greens each year!

Additional farms in Florida and beyond coming soon.