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Vertical Farming

Agricultural process where crops are grown in stacked layers, often integrated into structures like skyscrapers or repurposed warehouses. This method conserves space and results in higher crop yields per square foot, utilizing controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) technologies such as hydroponics, aquaponics, and aeroponics to optimize plant growth. Vertical farming is particularly beneficial for urban areas, reducing the distance food travels from farm to table and minimizing the need for water and pesticides.
74K
Volume
+240%
Growth
regular