King Tide Farms is a smart hydroponics farm inside a shipping container located in Charleston, SC. Their controlled environment agriculture allows them to produce top-quality ingredients all year long, such as artisanal lettuces, unusual leafy greens, exotic herbs, and all varieties of microgreens. Each plant can be traced from seeding to eating and is delivered within hours of harvesting.
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Other news in this sector:
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