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Vertical Farming

Vertical farming is all about maximizing yield while minimizing footprints. In traditional farming, crops are grown in horizontal layers on large tracts of land. But in vertical farming, crops are cultivated in vertically stacked layers in enclosed and controlled environments. This approach enables farmers to control variables like temperature, humidity, and light exposure, which results in more consistent yields. And because vertical farms can be built close to urban areas, they can help to reduce transportation costs and environmental impacts. Ultimately, vertical farming is a more efficient and sustainable way to produce food, and that’s why it’s an important part of the product development process.

Vertical farming is all about maximizing yield while minimizing footprints; crops are cultivated in vertically stacked layers in enclosed and controlled environments.

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