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Nov 8, 2017 | 06:23 1 In many ways, indoor farming represents the future of food production. It is capable of producing more yield with drastically less land, pesticide and fertilizer usage, compared to traditional farming methods, and can be adapted to support a wide variety of different crops. However, indoor farming as it is now is an inefficient, difficult process to manage, leaving many facilities short of their potential.

Learn how one company is bringing new efficiencies to this fast-growing industry at “Developing New Tools to Help Indoor Farmers Thrive,” a free webinar to be held November 9th at 3PM CT with Allison Kopf, founder and CEO of Agrilyst.

Agrilyst’s SaaS platform provides indoor farmers with data-driven insights to make more profitable production decisions, optimizing labor cost efficiency and improving crop yield. With Agrilyst, indoor growers can create seeding plans, schedule harvests, assign tasks, manage climate and nutrient density, and forecast yield, sales, and varietal performance.

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Apr 13, 2018 | 02:54 2 Vertical farming takes its name from growing plants on top of each other, often on tall racks indoors. These rooms are climate-controlled to conditions that maximize the growth and yield of crop. A major advantage of vertical farming is the sips of water it needs. Reply With Quote