Vertical Farming: The term used to describe a process which involves stacking produce into vertical layers.

Depending on which type of crop is grown, one acre of a vertical farm can grow approximately the equivalent of 10 to 20 soil-based acres.
With such a large produce yield, vertical farms could likely help countries meet up with the projected 60% upsurge in food demand, whilst also serving as a model for future sustainability.
Vertical Farming is reshaping the original ‘Horizontal Farming’ processes which requires a lot of land to create fewer products than VF.
Vertical Farming is a better controlled environment of agriculture.
Instead of growing crops in traditional horizontal rows, vertical farming involves stacking layers of crops on top of one another.
Vertical growth increases crop output per square foot of land and conserves space.

In the northern continental USA, fossil fuel heating costs could be over $200,000 per hectare.
Research conducted in 2015 compared the growth

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