Indoor-grown wheat as a breakthrough for vertical farming

Known for growing herbs and lettuce indoors, vertical farmers have made a breakthrough in the quest for global food security: growing wheat in the same controlled environment.

Amsterdam-based startup Infarm grew wheat without the use of soil or chemical pesticides and with far less water than conventional farming. The first indoor farming company to grow a staple is a milestone for a burgeoning industry that has attracted venture capital funding with the promise that its technology can help feed the planet. Indoor-grown wheat as a breakthrough for vertical farming

Fry Electronics Team

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