Comment: There might be an efficient way to produce food in a world with more-extreme weather - Controlled Environment Agriculture
Comment: As local-food sales grow into a $20 billion industry, state-branding programs designed to inform consumers and support local farmers are deceptive and virtually unregulated.
Comment: By 2050, the food demand will be 60% higher than today. Climate change, soil degradation, urbanization, water shortages and pollution are adding to the problem. Plant based controlled environment agriculture is one solution.
Comment: Controlled Environment Agriculture is being adopted in a big way all over the world.
Greenhouse growing is not dependent upon climate change and provide a protected environment for honeybees.
Comment: Greenhouse's provide supply predictability and quality assurance benefits including continuity of supply, protection of crops from harsh weather; safe, indoor growing conditions; and a reduction of chemical pesticides.
Comment: China is implementing controlled environment agriculture in a big way. The smart greenhouse is 1,650 acres at a cost of $2.3 billion.
Comment: Vertical farming’ has taken of especially where space is at a premium. In Australia, a group of mates have taken it a step further and invented the first fully automated commercial controlled environment agriculture site in the world.
Comment: A plant diet is healthier for you and for your planet.
Comment: Several companies in the food supply and agriculture industry are implementing vertical farming techniques, pioneering a new way of growing, distributing, purchasing — and thinking about — our food. Investors are taking notice.
Comment: Cheeseburgers are out, and fruits and veggies are in