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The City of Lancaster Approves 2.8 Million Square Foot High-Tech Sustainable Glass Farm

A LANCASTER, Calif., Oct. 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The City of Lancaster is excited to announce that Bluehouse Greenhouse, Inc. (BHGH) is coming to the City to build a 62-acre greenhouse production facility that uses leading-edge technology to sustainably grow fruits and vegetables. "The BHGH facility will use an advanced closed loop sustainable ecosystem design to create the optimal environment for plant life, increasing quality, production, and consistency," Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris said. "This is the future of farming, and we are thrilled that Lancaster will help to foster this unique and critically needed agriculture technology."
The City of Lancaster Approves 2.8 Million Square Foot High-Tech Sustainable Glass Farm
Greenhouse agriculture is a commercial and sustainable method of farming that has taken years of science, data, and optimization to reach its current stage. The technology was started by the Dutch after World War II, perfected over time, and adapted around the world as a better way to grow fresh fruits and vegetables. The enclosed glass and steel, climate-controlled greenhouses create the optimal growing climate for plants to thrive. "Our greenhouses will combine traditional agriculture practices with advanced technologies to grow the best tasting, highest quality produce," said Ari Kashani, Founder of BHGH. "We are advancing agriculture to the new era; a more sustainable one. Our controlled greenhouses will produce 3,000% more yield per acre than a traditional farm, will use 90% less water, require 90% less human handling and will be free from any herbicides."
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