The company Plenty is building a massive vertical farm in Compton, Calif., in southern Los Angeles County. This revolutionary farm will save water and land and eliminate the need for pesticides. When the farm is operational, it will look like something out of the future -- complete with robots, rows and rows of vertical crops and LED lights to replace the sun. Plenty says the vertical farm will have the capacity to produce 365 harvests per year of high-quality leafy greens. Kale, arugula, fennel and bok choy will be the first crops grown at the Compton warehouse. The company says the end game is to get more fresh produce to consumers, especially those in communities with limited access.

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