The value of vertical farming

What do you think about growing vegetables on top of each other, in-doors by utilizing LED-lighting and without any soil (and vastly reduced water usage)?  That is what companies such as InFarm and Plenty do. They produce vegetables such as lettuces and kale in-house and distribute locally. No need for fertilizers and pesticides. Further, these companies enable an efficient utilization of space for the production of food, as they can stack numerous shelves on top of each other, producing delicious veggies for you to consume in your next meal.

It is not for no reason vertical farming has been called the next generation of farming.

Check out the topic of vertical farming as the future of farming below.

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