What caught our eye - three key stories (week 8, 2024)
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What caught our eye - three key stories (week 8, 2024)

Vertical farms ahead of their time?; Better governance can lift valuations?; Limits of sequestration

Here are three stories that we found particularly interesting this week and why. We also give our lateral thought on each one.

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Gloucestershire vertical farm is one of UK's 'most advanced'

The BBC (among other outlets) reported on a vertical farm in Gloucestershire, that they describe as one of the country's most technically advanced. The facility grows lettuce, basil and other herbs under special lights, in a warm humid atmosphere (27 degrees C and 75% humidity). They claim they can grow salad three times as fast as traditional outdoor agriculture thanks to its controlled, consistent climate. Their basil goes from seed to harvest in 18 days. 👇🏾

Gloucestershire vertical farm is one of UK’s ‘most advanced’
Salad crops are grown indoors under lights three times faster than in traditional agriculture.

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