Benefited from its advanced facilities to grow non-GMO and pesticide-free products

An emerging “aqua farm” launched from the National Industries Park in Dubai

  • Jeep Farms is specialized in growing various types of vegetables and leafy herbs.

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  • Nikita Patel: “It is rare to have the facilities needed to set up a well-developed local farm in the middle of an industrial area within a city.”


The National Industries Park in Dubai has recorded a success story for the company “Geap Farms” and its brand “Oasis Greens”, which is owned by a female entrepreneur residing in Dubai, where the company took advantage of the complex to grow non-GMO, free of genetically modified products. Insecticides and herbicides.

In a statement yesterday, the complex indicated that Jeep Farms specializes in the vertical cultivation of various types of fresh vegetables and leafy herbs, and is the first emerging farm of its kind licensed for hydroponics in the complex.

He added that Jeep Farms is one of the successful models of such farms in the UAE, where hydroponics technology is used to grow fresh vegetables and leafy herbs, and fresh products are harvested every morning to reach customers in the shortest time.

Jeep Farms founder Nikita Patel said: “We are proud to operate out of the National Industries Park. It's rare to imagine having the facilities needed to set up a sophisticated local farm in the middle of an industrial zone within a city, but that's the beauty and benefits of hydroponics and vertical farming."

Patel indicated that "Oasis Greens was established out of a desire to facilitate access to locally grown fresh products at prices consistent with market prices," noting that her farm can produce 60,000 heads of lettuce (or any other plant) per day.

Boosting food production

The National Industries Park in Dubai contributes to achieving the UAE's agenda to enhance local food production by providing the appropriate environment for the prosperity of companies based in the UAE.

The complex includes 278 companies, including giant retail companies.

It aims to enhance self-sufficiency by encouraging reliance on advanced technologies for food production.

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