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Keeping Farming Innovation And Sustainable Future Live - Come And Explore Another Spectacular Edition of GVF 2023 - Dubai!

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Vertical Farming - The Future of Agriculture: Who Acts First, Seizes The Most!

Vertical Farming is becoming critically important in increasing food production, maintaining high-quality crops and contributing to sustainable urban farming, hence playing an important role in increasing food security worldwide.

During the ongoing pandemic, vertical farming has shown exceptional growth as the demand for locally-grown, organic food bolstered. Investors are finding the sector attractive because of its ability to combat two most pressing issues: Food Insecurity and Climate Change.

Conventional farming requires too much land and water, while vertical farming requires a fraction of it with more yield per acre. Another additional benefit is that vertical farming can produce crops throughout the year. There is a growing interest in vertical farming worldwide, with massive facilities already operating in Asia, the Middle East and Europe, and new projects announced regularly.

This creates exceptional business opportunities for international companies that could provide good quality, efficient and cost-effective products, services and solutions to the market. The key is to connect with the right stakeholders in the region.

Given the industry's opportunities for development, the 4th GVF 2023 is all set to continue accentuating the global vertical farming sector and presenting international companies with an unparalleled way to explore the huge business potential worldwide in general and Middle East in particular.

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Why is Vertical Farming gaining traction?

Vertical Farming and CEA has grown in popularity in recent years due to its ability to produce massive volumes of agricultural commodities in a controlled environment without the use of heavy machinery or the natural environment, all while meeting the growing population's demand for food.

Traditional farming primarily relies on the outside environment and natural facilitators such as huge expanses and favourable climatic conditions. In contrast, Vertical Farming uses substantially less land and other inputs at an 80 % lower rate.

By 2050, the global population is predicted to exceed 9.7 billion, making feeding such a big population a significant issue. As a result of increased urbanisation and industrial expansion—-we are running out of fertile land daily. According to studies, the world has lost a third of its arable land in the last 40 years, and there lies a strong feeling that —---vertical farming is the answer to this problem.

As the world's population rises and arable land declines, one of our most important challenges is meeting rising food demand.

Due to the improvements and technical breakthroughs in the field, the worldwide vertical farming market is expected to reach USD 17.59 billion by 2028. Furthermore, there is a rising interest in vertical farming worldwide, with enormous facilities currently in operation in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe, and new projects being announced regularly.

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3rd Global Vertical Farming Show