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Water Intelligence For Controlled-Environment Agriculture Systems (CEA)

Source: KETOS
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The average U.S. farm spends between $300 and $1,000 per acre on all of the equipment and inputs needed to grow crops in an openfield system. For a vertical farming system, this cost commonly reaches millions of dollars per shelf acre equivalent.

While vertical farming may represent the highest end of the cost spectrum, growing crops in< any controlled-environment agriculture (CEA system increases overhead costs to achieve more control over field variables. Maximizing productivity and efficiency while minimizing labor and input costs is critical to bridging this gap and maintaining economic viability.

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