How a poker prodigy accidentally created a booming vertical farm

Clayton fostered his love for numbers by playing poker - a lot of poker. Now, he’s using that mentality to launch a vertical farm company. “We think everyone deserves access to reliable local food year-round,” says Nebullam co-founder Clayton Mooney. “Our vision is to replace the produce aisle.”

When Mooney and Danen Pool founded the indoor farming company Nebullam in 2017, they knew that growing crops indoors would be the future of farming. At the time, however, indoor farming technology was far from futuristic. “We saw that indoor farming was very antiquated,” said Mooney. 



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