Who We Are

CultiBio was founded in Denver, Colorado in 2017 to change the status quo in High Tech Horticulture, provide objective high value information, and develop better solutions to the industry’s most pressing problems.

We are a network of engineers, scientists, growers, and technicians working together to help farmers and growers overcome their most challenging obstacles.

Operating internationally and remotely, we have a wide reach and are able to serve a variety of clients efficiently and effectively, all the while adding to our knowledge base and experience in advancement and innovation.



Here at Cultivation Bioengineering, we believe in the power of nature and human ingenuity. By studying the science behind natural systems and applying the engineering method, we can help overcome the toughest challenges facing farmers and growers in high tech horticulture. After all, being profitable takes making good decisions and having sound strategies based on high quality information.

We realize that growing crops in the 21st century is a unique challenge, but it is also an unprecedented opportunity. That is why we specialize in optimizing cultivation systems for efficiency, productivity, and sustainability. This gives professional cultivators confidence in long term growth and success. It also keeps them up to date with the state of the art and allows them to operate cutting edge and competitive businesses. 

Contact us today if you need help designing your farm/cultivation facility and system, developing your SOPs, training your staff, troubleshooting, or setting up R&D experiments that help your stay ahead of the curve and on top of your industry!



We at Cultivation Bioengineering see a world where no one has the responsibility to grow everyone's food and medicine, since everyone is empowered to grow their own. Therefore, we hold the following goals that we strive towards for the sake of human progress:

01. To spread the love of plant cultivation worldwide and inspire a new generation of passionate cultivators.

02. To contribute to better nutrition through clean, fresh produce in local and regional food systems.

03. To increase global food security and skilled labor through entrepreneurship and continuing education programs.

04. To contribute new knowledge and methods to the field of CEA and develop more efficient and sustainable means of plant production.