By Nick Cuzzola, Bleacher Sports | 3/16/16 12:02:13In the middle of the desert, there is a thriving vertical farming sector, where farmers can grow their own crops, cut trees, and harvest crops from the ground.
Vertical farms are growing in popularity and in many cases, have the potential to bring in a significant economic boost to communities in rural areas.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, the vertical agriculture sector has grown from less than 1 percent of U.S. agricultural production in 1990 to more than 21 percent in 2015.
It has also seen an increase in the number of farmers, and an increase of agricultural product, due to the demand for more food and lower prices for consumers.
The growth in vertical farming has been fueled in part by the rise in agricultural production and the growing demand for food in a world where farmers are increasingly demanding lower prices and the opportunity to harvest their own produce.
In fact, according to the USDA, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization predicts that the vertical farming market will account for a whopping 20 percent of global food supply by 2020.
The vertical farming boom is fueled by three main factors.
First, there has been a surge in demand for fruits and vegetables, such as strawberries and broccoli.
Second, there are increasing numbers of vertical farms in California, Colorado, and Nevada, where demand is high, particularly in rural communities where the costs of maintaining an open-air space and water supply are high.
Third, there have been growing demand from farmers in India, where there are growing demand in the food industry.
The boom in vertical agriculture in the United Kingdom, for example, has resulted in a large increase in vertical farms.
But it’s not just vertical farming that is booming.
The trend of increasing vertical farming also appears to be driven by demand for meat, especially in China.
In the United Arab Emirates, for instance, there were more than 1,000 vertical farms and they grew by more than 10 percent between 2007 and 2015.
Vertical farming is also being promoted by a number of other countries.
In Brazil, for one, the use of vertical farming to increase meat production has seen an incredible increase over the past five years.
The number of vertical farmers has increased from less, to more, to many more.
And in the Middle East, the Arab world’s largest exporter of meat, Israel has experienced a dramatic increase in its vertical farming, which is estimated to be worth approximately $500 million.
The popularity of vertical agriculture is fueled in large part by a demand for better yields and a better supply of fresh water.
But as is often the case, the demand is also driven by a desire to produce more of the same, and produce more food that is cheaper.
One of the most notable examples of vertical farm is in the US, where a vertical farm in rural California was recently established.
This new vertical farm, located on the outskirts of town, is being called the “Silicon Valley of agriculture.”
The idea behind the farm is that farmers are growing food to meet growing demand, which has led to increased demand for the product in the local market.
The farm is also helping to boost the local economy, by offering a variety of products to local consumers, including food from the farmers themselves.
The new farm has also been helping to create jobs.
“We’ve seen that there are so many young people who are working on the farm, and the more we can provide them with food, the more they want to work there,” said Chris Trombetta, a spokesperson for the farm.
“There’s a lot of people out there who want to grow food and help their families.
They want to get back to their families, and they want jobs.”
While it’s hard to say how many people are employed at the farm at any given time, there’s no doubt that the number is growing.
The farms is also offering the possibility for farmers to become part of the larger agricultural industry, which could allow them to work in a variety to grow their farms.
As a result of this, many of the farmers who started their vertical farms have been able to gain employment, and many are hoping that the industry will expand, even though they may not necessarily be making as much as they might have hoped.
One farmer, who was working on a vertical agricultural farm in the state of California, said that he had been able, and that he is hoping that it will expand.
“I’ve been able.
It’s going really well, I think,” he said.
“The people that are coming out are really excited about the possibility of being part of something bigger.”
Tromfetta said that the farm could even provide more income to the farm owners, who are making more money.
“It’s not like I’m making $10,000 a year and they’re making $1,000 to $2,000,” he added. “But