The Vertical Farming Market in North America
Industry Scan and Market Potential Assessment:
Food Crops, Bio-Pharmaceuticals, and Medical Cannabis
Created By: Integrative Economics, LLC (Portland, Oregon)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- VERTICAL FARMING: DEFINITION AND BACKGROUND
- PART 1: FOOD CROPS
- PART 2. PHARMACEUTICAL CROPS
- PART 3. MEDICAL CANNABIS
What is Vertical Farming?
Vertical farming is the custom of creating food and medication from vertically stacked layers, either vertically inclined surfaces or incorporated in different constructions (like in a skyscraper, utilized warehouse, or transport container). The contemporary notions of vertical farming utilize indoor farming methods and controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) technologies, where most of environmental elements may be controlled. These facilities use artificial constraint of mild, environmental management (humidity, temperature, gases...) and fertigation. Some vertical farms utilize techniques like greenhouses, in which organic sun may be augmented with synthetic light and metallic reflectors.
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