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Video: Tomorrow’s crops could be grown indoors, without soil or pesticides

| | February 22, 2019

As the world’s population grows and climate change accelerates, farmers are increasingly turning to biotechnology, engineering and data science to sustainably grow enough food to feed everyone. Futurism correspondent Ed Vega explores what some farms of the future may look like as innovation changes the way we produce food.

Original video: The Future of Farming May Take Place Indoors

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