Indoor farming, from hoop houses to plant factories, has the potential to transform the way we grow and consume food, from massive increases in yield and density, to significant reductions in water, fertilizer and pesticide consumption, to bringing food closer to the consumer. It is apparent that indoor farming will continue to play a significant role in food system innovation, but how will we bring indoor farming online, and at what cost? Join us to find out.
- Innovators in Indoor Farming
- Comparing the Profitability of a Greenhouse to a Vertical Farm in Quebec
- First Fully Automated Indoor Farm Being Built In Ohio
- What are vertical farms, and can they really feed the world?
- The future of farming is moving indoors. Here's why
- Let’s Talk About Market Size
- Up, Up and Away! The Economics of Vertical Farming
- State of Indoor Farming
- Plantlab says it has a patent on indoor farming
- Why Growing Vegetables in High-Rises Is Wrong on So Many Levels
- Will vertical farming continue to grow, or has it hit the greenhouse ceiling?
- The Vertical Farm: Growing crops in the city, without soil or natural light.
- The 4 Factors of Vertical Farm Success
- 4 Things Every Investor Should Know About Vertical Farming: Lessons Learned From AVF Summit
- Indoor Farms: Where Venture Capital Doesn’t Always Make Sense
- World's First Hydraulic-Driven Vertical Farm Produces 1 Ton of Vegetables Every Other Day
- Vertical Farming Market Growth
- 9 Reasons Why Vertical Farms Fail
- How Vertical Farming Reinvents Agriculture
- A new Jeff Bezos-backed warehouse farm will grow enough produce to feed over 180,000 people per year