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Veteran Tesla Engineer Leaving For Greener Pastures: AgTech Startup Plenty
Nick Kalayjian, a high-ranking Tesla engineer who has worked on all its products from the Roadster through the Model 3, is joining Plenty.
Vertical farms have nailed leafy greens. Next up: tasty fruit
San Francisco-based Plenty is on a mission to expand what hydroponic farms can grow.
Could indoor farming help address future food shortages?
NewsHour Weekend takes a look at how indoor farming could shift our relationship with food.
This company wants to build a giant indoor farm next to every major city in the world
A young Silicon Valley startup called Plenty thinks it has cracked the code on indoor farming.
Tesla's Former Battery Director Joins Farming Startup Plenty
Tesla Inc.’s former director of battery technology has joined Plenty Inc. to lead the vertical farming startup’s plan to build indoor growing rooms around the world.
This High-Tech Vertical Farm Promises Whole Foods Quality at Walmart Prices
Plenty has the capital and connections to accelerate its endgame: building massive indoor farms on the outskirts of every major city on Earth, some 500 in all. In that world, food could go from farm to table in hours rather than days or weeks.
Plenty Attracts Largest-Ever Agriculture Technology Investment Led by the SoftBank Vision Fund to Solve Global Fresh Produce Shortages
Investment will drive deployment of global, large-scale indoor farm network to deliver radically fresher, affordable food to local communities everywhere SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., July 19, 2017 — Plenty, the leading field-scale indoor farming company remaking the...read more
San Francisco – Plenty, the leading field-scale vertical farming company reshaping agriculture to bring fresh and locally grown produce to people everywhere, announced the acquisition of Bright Agrotech, the leader in vertical farming production system technology. …read more