Vertical farming is a high-tech solution for controlled-environment agriculture. Vertical Farming is the practice of growing food in vertical stacked layers, vertically inclined surfaces or integrated in other structures. It is an emerging trend in urban agriculture. The main advantages of vertical farming is increased crop production, protection from weather-related problems, conservation of resources, organic crops, energy production, need of less area etc. with basic technological requirement of artificial lighting, climate control and fertigation and thus creating Vertical Farming Market scope.
The overall Vertical Farming Market can be analyzed based on various types, technologies, components as well as applications. On the basis of types, vertical farming can be categorized as Mixed-use skyscrapers, Despommier's skyscrapers and Stackable shipping containers. The increase in vertical farming is noted to be mainly due to two technologies i.e. hydroponics and aeroponics.
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Types of Hydroponics are wick system, water culture, EBB and flow (flood and drain), drip system, Nutrient film technique etc. and aeroponics are 2 types HPA (High Pressure Aeroponics) and LPA (Low Pressure Aeroponics).
In Vertical Farming Market, The vertical farms consists of many components such as pumps, power adaptors, anaerobic digesters, solar panels, LEDs lighting, Wind turbines, etc. which increases the productivity. Vertical farming has various applications such as Agricultural sub system, Aquaculture sub system, Food Processing sub system, Waste Management sub system, etc.
The Vertical Farming Market is also analyzed based on geographic regions which are grouped into Americas, APAC, and Europe as well as ROW regions. Due to developed and improved technologies in APAC countries such as Japan, China and South Korea, vertical farming has been enhanced to eradicate the problems of increase...