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Vertical Farming and How it’s Revolutionizing Agriculture

As a result of urbanization and industrial development, the total amount of arable lands that are suitable for farming has been significantly reduced. It’s believed that over 33 percent of arable lands across the world have been lost in the past four decades. The reduction in arable lands means that farmers and agricultural organizations must find new ways to make use of limited land. One relatively recent revolution within the agriculture industry is the introduction of vertical farming, which produces foods on surfaces that are vertically inclined.

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