Silicon Valley startup has big plans for its first vertical farming facility in Phoenix metro

By Audrey Jensen | Phoenix Business Journal

Vertical farming has been developing around the world and is seen as an alternative and sustainable way to farm while using less space and water, and now that technology is well on its way to the Phoenix market.

By early next year, an entrepreneur is opening the first phase of a technology-driven vertical farm inside an 80,000-square-foot warehouse in Avondale — and it’s just the start of what his company hopes to change in agriculture.

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