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Vertical farming is the practice of growing food in vertically pilled layers like a shipping container, used warehouse, or skyscraper. The contemporary ideas of vertical farming apply indoor farming techniques and controlled-environment agriculture technology, where every environmental factor can be controlled. These facilities make use of artificial control of grow light, temperature, humidity, gases, and fertigation. Several vertical farms apply techniques similar to grow tents, where natural sunlight can be increased with artificial lighting and metal reflectors.