Vertical Agriculture

Vertical Agriculture.

Vertical Agriculture

Growing fruits, vegetables and grains in buildings controlled with artificial intelligence is spreading across the world. In 2015, nearly one-third of the world’s land was used to raise crops and livestock. Resultant decline in pesticides and antibiotics help the environment. Such vertical agriculture is located near large population centers, thus enabling rapid delivery to consumer markets and reduced need to transport these crops long distances.

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