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Vertical Farming is the Future of Agriculture
Vertical Farming Should Replace Current Agricultural Methods
Vertical farming helps decentralize food production since locals can produce more of their food in their own gardens.
Vertical farming helps the economy locally.
In a future where climate change can cause droughts or unpredictable weather, a compact controlled environment can produce reliable food regardless of climate
Vertical farming accelerates agricultural progress.
Vertically farming is healthier than conventional farming.
Vertical farming is more eco-friendly.
Vertical farming might increase inequality as it requires a substantial amount of capital, technology and skill to establish. Therefore only large corporations will be able to benefit of vertical farming.
Fruits and vegetables produced through hydroponic are less tasty than when grown in natural soil.
Vertical farming is difficult to set up (requires lights, building, water piping...)
Plants evolved growing in Soil.
Vertical farming technology is not developed yet, making wide-scale adaption not likely at this moment.
We should focus on bettering current farming practices before moving them to vertical farms.
There are other alternatives that can replace conventional agricultural methods without resorting to vertical farming.
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