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This 2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 720 Acre 'Flat Farms'

Farming is going vertical, thanks to startups like San Francisco-based Plenty.

According to Nate Storey, the future of farms is vertical. It's also indoors, can be placed anywhere on the planet, is heavily integrated with robots and AI, and produces better fruits and vegetables while using 95% less water and 99% less land.

But the future of farms is also personal, emotional, and deeply meaningful.

"The objective of all technology really should be to enable human joy, right?" Storey asked me on a recent episode of the TechFirst podcast. "For me, it's the memory of being a child in the garden and eating a carrot that my grandfather gave me that still has the grit on it, and the snap and the crunch and the flavor and the aroma, or a tomato from my grandmother's garden."

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