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Episode #183 — 05 January 2021 Water Use in Vertical Farming with Sam Schatz

with Sam Schatz

Sam Schatz of AeroFarms pulls back the curtain on water use in vertical farming. Sam discusses water quality issues, filtration, conservation, and crop water intensity, among other issues. Sam also delves into other considerations in vertical farming, including energy and other factors.

Plus, Reese Tisdale from Bluefield Research provides his look back at water in 2020 and a peek ahead at the water sector in 2021 in our Bluefield on Tap segment.

In this session, you’ll learn about: 

  • What vertical farming is
  • Water use in vertical farming
  • Water quality issues and filtration in vertical farming
  • Water intensity of certain crops
  • The crops that vertical farming can grow
  • Why vertical farming saves water by not requiring triple washing
  • How energy and water intertwine in vertical farming

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