Letonice Aquaponic Production Farm


Letonice Aquaponic Production Farm

The farm in Letonice near Vyškov is our third aquaponic vertical eco-farm and the first project of GLP (Green Land Project) in Future Farming’s history. Built on a greenfield site, it is another milestone on our ecological journey to a green and blue future of healthy food.


720 tonnes per year


500 tonnes per year

Planned investment framework

20,73 M EUR

completed 10 %

status as of: 1/4/2023

Production aquaponic and fish farm in Letonice

The farm in Letonice near Vyškov is the first aquaponic farm in the Czech Republic built on a greenfield. It features state-of-the-art technology with minimal operating costs. This aquaponic vertical eco-farm, with the size of a football pitch and worth EUR 12.7 million, will produce more than one million tonnes of sustainable organic food annually.

  • 8 000 m²

    year-round greenhouse

  • 2,000 m²

    indoor section for fish farming

  • 720 tonnes per year

    vegetable production

  • 500 tonnes per year

    fish production

Demonstration aquaponic technology

The aquaponic farm in Letonice will be one of the most modern in the world. The whole farm will be controlled by an advanced SMART system that will provide remote monitoring of all relevant parameters, automatic process control, and remote management of plant and fish ecosystems to ensure their ideal conditions for growth. Future Farming’s aquaponic farm in Letonice will therefore become a demonstration facility and a case study for further development of the company’s aquaponic infrastructure.

Focus of the production aquaponic eco-farm in Letonice



Growing aquaponic lettuces

In a section of the greenhouse area in the Letonice farm, we use a pool-growing system with heating, cooling and winter light functions, enabling food production throughout the year. In Letonice, we plan to produce leafy aquaponic vegetables such as chard, pak choi, stalk celery and Lollo Bionda or Crystal Lalique lettuces.



Production of aquaponic herbs

The main advantages of our aquaponic produce are that it is organic, local, and grown without chemicals. The herbs we grow in Letonice—coriander, for example—are supplied to consumers both freshly cut and processed, e.g. as pesto.



Aquaponic fish farming

The fish section of the aquaponic systems on our farms is technologically based on recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS). The fish are bred in breeding tanks, the size of which is defined by the target size and species of fish. To ensure the right conditions for the fish, we need to provide sufficient water flow through the tanks, remove solid debris from the tanks quickly and efficiently, keep oxygen saturation and pH at the correct values, and ensure the efficient breakdown of fish metabolic products, especially ammonia. The Letonice Aquaponic Farm will produce rainbow trout, African sharptooth catfish, and Nile tilapia.

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