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SoftBank Vision Fund Leads $200 Million Bet on Indoor Farms

The SoftBank Group Corp. chief’s Vision Fund is leading a $200 million investment in Silicon Valley startup Plenty, which says it has cracked the code on growing crops indoors super efficiently.

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Vertical farm start-up Plenty raises $200m

Plenty, a San Francisco vertical farming startup, has raised $200m from big-name investors that include Japanese media giant SoftBank, Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt and Amazon boss Jeff Bezos.

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SoftBank Invests in Largest Ever Agtech Deal, a $200m Series B for Indoor Ag Startup

Indoor vertical farming company Plenty has raised $200 million in a Series B round of funding, the largest agtech investment to date.

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Billionaires make it rain on Plenty, the indoor farming startup

SoftBank Vision Fund, the huge tech-investment vehicle helmed by Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son, has led a $200 million investment into indoor farming startup Plenty.

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Startup Acquires Bright Agrotech

California-based vertical farming company Plenty, previously See Jane Farm, has acquired Bright Agrotech in an effort to reach “field-scale.”

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Has This Silicon Valley Startup Finally Nailed The Indoor Farming Model?

Indoor farming is a trendy startup space, but many of those ventures have recently failed. Plenty thinks its technology, model, and timing mean it’s the place that will finally turn greens into green.

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Startup Acquires Bright Agrotech

California-based vertical farming company Plenty, previously See Jane Farm, has acquired Bright Agrotech in an effort to reach “field-scale.”

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Has This Silicon Valley Startup Finally Nailed The Indoor Farming Model?

Indoor farming is a trendy startup space, but many of those ventures have recently failed. Plenty thinks its technology, model, and timing mean it’s the place that will finally turn greens into green.

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Indoor Farming Takes Root at California Startup

Plenty is growing vegetables ‘for people, not trucks’; products’ marketability remains a question mark.

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