Vertical Farming Becomes New Trend In Agriculture
ELBERTA, UT - FEBRUARY 09: A worker watches over a high density feed grass as it moves through a Grv Olympus vertical farming machine, where 5 to 7 day of germination takes place to be used for cattle feed, at the Bateman Mosida Farms on February 9, 2021outside Elberta, Utah. The Olympus Tower Farm uses a controlled environment to grow sprouted wheat and barley grass in 857 square feet of space and uses95 percent less water to produce 5,000 to 6,000 pounds of grass per day, replacing 35-50 acres of land. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)
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