Vertical Farming

Vertical Farming
magine a high rise building with floors with gardens between every story. Welcome to the new concept of farming. Vertical farming are farms built upwards in high rise buildings.
Vertical farming has advantages. Produce will be grown all year round as opposed to a few months during the year. The produce that was grown in vertical farms would be free of harmful chemicals. Another advantage to vertical farming means that there is no more necessity for food to come from far distances. This would lower the amount of food coming from far away countries. Therefore, there would be a major decrease in greenhouse gases and gas used for the machinery which were regularly used in farming. Vertical farming would mean that there would be no more crop failures due to weather. Farmers depend on prosperous weather to be able to harvest their crops. Farming indoors would mean no more crops lost to bugs or animals. Vertical farming would decrease the amount of land required for farming. It would also decrease the cost of the land requires. Decreasing the land required for farming means more land for parks or forests. There are other environment advantages to farming indoors. The land that is used for farming will be depleted of its resources. If the soil is out of resources then more land has to be used. A solution to the depletion of nutrients is vertical farming. However, there are disadvantages to vertical farming. There would be a large amount of costs associated with designing the building. There are also a lot of costs with providing all the necessary energy to the plants.
Due to the anticipated large increase in the population, there is a large need to manage land to handle farming in a way that deals with the increasing food requirement. Vertical farming would be environmentally friendly because there would be less destruction of land to make room for farms. Also, there are many pros to it.

Imagine a high rise building with floors with gardens between every story. Welcome to the new concept of farming. Vertical farming are farms built upwards in high rise buildings.
Vertical farming has advantages. Produce will be grown all year round as opposed to a few months during the year. The produce that was grown in vertical farms would be free of harmful chemicals. Another advantage to vertical farming means that there is no more necessity for food to come from far distances. This would lower the amount of food coming from far away countries. Therefore, there would be a major decrease in greenhouse gases and gas used for the machinery which were regularly used in farming. Vertical farming would mean that there would be no more crop failures due to weather. Farmers depend on prosperous weather to be able to harvest their crops. Farming indoors would mean no more crops lost to bugs or animals. Vertical farming would decrease the amount of land required for farming. It would also decrease the cost of the land requires. Decreasing the land required for farming means more land for parks or forests. There are other environment advantages to farming indoors. The land that is used for farming will be depleted of its resources. If the soil is out of resources then more land has to be used. A solution to the depletion of nutrients is vertical farming. However, there are disadvantages to vertical farming. There would be a large amount of costs associated with designing the building. There are also a lot of costs with providing all the necessary energy to the plants.

Due to the anticipated large increase in the population, there is a large need to manage land to handle farming in a way that deals with the increasing food requirement. Vertical farming would be environmentally friendly because there would be less destruction of land to make room for farms. Also, there are many pros to it.

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