Green Sense Farms Scraps Sun For LEDs
LEDs to grow his kale and chives just across the Indiana border. “Cars used to run off of just one fuel, gasoline, but now they run off a spectrum, one that will only diversify further with time. In the future, I see farming stratifying in the same way. I think field farming will always work well for commodity crops like corn and wheat. Greenhouses will always be great for growing tomatoes and peppers, while indoor vertical farms like ours will be best for leafy greens, microgreens and herbs,” Colangelo, founding farmer and president of Green Sense Farms, told Chicagoist.