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Technology startup Iron Ox is launching a hydroponic farm featuring a 1,000-pound mobile robot named Angus. While the typical farmer has to check their crops multiple times a day, Angus speeds up the process by transferring crops from the harvesting area to the production center.
Dubai is getting the world’s largest vertical farm — and it will grow produce for the world’s largest international airport
Crop One, a Silicon Valley food startup, and Emirates Flight Catering, one of the world's largest airline catering operators, are building an indoor farm that will produce three tons of greens daily. The crops will be used for in-flight meals for 105 airlines at Dubai International Airport.
An executive behind Amazon’s massive warehouse fulfillment operation has moved to a vertical farming startup
Amazon veteran Brian Donato has joined Bowery, a vertical farming startup that grows greens indoors without natural sunlight or soil. He was hired to help the company scale up, according to a new report from Bloomberg.
Antarctica’s new greenhouse can harvest vegetables even when it’s -100 degrees Fahrenheit outside — take a look
The German Aerospace Center's greenhouse in Antarctica just completed a harvest of vegetables in extreme conditions.
After the largest ever ag-tech deal, vertical farming startup Plenty is expanding to China and aims to meet the country's rising demand for food.
A new indoor agriculture company called Local Roots makes indoor farms that grow crops under LED lights and without soil. SpaceX is one of its first customers.
A Parisian startup called Cycloponics is growing greens and mushrooms underground. Take a look inside "the cave."
Vertical farming startup Plenty — which has raised $260 million to date — is opening a 100,000-square-foot farm in the greater Seattle, Washington area.
A growing battle in the $47 billion organic food industry could fundamentally change the program — and some farmers are worried
This week, an advisory board to the USDA voted to allow non-soil farmers to label their products organic. Some traditional farmers are not happy.
Kurt Kelty, Tesla's former battery director, has joined the vertical ag startup Plenty, which wants to build indoor farms around the world.