Urban indoor farming slowy revolutionizes food production system


The Square Roots company in New York promotes urban indoor farming to help farmers grow non-GMO, pesticide-free and healthy food all-year-round.

Furthermore, it partners with Gordon Food Service to train future generations of farmers in urban farming and build retail stores across the continent. Also, the company has farms inside shipping containers that have their own networks of systems and controlled climate.

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With this technology, it will also help maximize the growth capability of crops and their nutrient contents.

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