Vertical Future inks £4.5m licensing deal for 'fully automated' vertical farming technology

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The firm claims its fully automated system reduces risk of crop contamination|Credit: Vertical Future
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The firm claims its fully automated system reduces risk of crop contamination|Credit: Vertical Future

Ten-year licensing deal with UK-based developer Groundworks marks a major milestone for vertical farming start-up founded in 2016

Vertical farming start-up Vertical Future has signed a £4.5m licensing deal enabling its "fully automated" vertical farming system to be rolled out across various locations over the next ten years, it...

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