The practice of cultivating crops, plants, or food indoors in layers that are piled vertically and grown to utilize several methods is known as indoor farming. When it comes to growth, the sun, soil, and water are the three most important factors in conventional farming; these factors will need to be replicated when transitioning to indoor farming.
The development of LED technology that allows for more efficient light production, light extraction, and re-absorption has made indoor farming more productive. Because water is contained within a closed reservoir in indoor farming, the amount of water lost to evaporation is significantly reduced. Farmers that cultivate their crops inside can achieve better crop yields and a greater harvest frequency by employing particular nutrient combinations in their growing processes.
These combinations are formulated according to the kind of crop cultivated at the location. Growing Underground is a one-of-a-kind indoor farm that has been established in the derelict tunnels that lie beneath the streets of London.