The future is here: vegetables grown by robots are now available at the market

Vegetables grown on an automated farm in California are now being sold. The farm was created in October 2018. Products grown by robots are sold at a family grocery store that sells local and organic products, writes “Agro-Center”.

An important advantage of such a farm is its location: due to a smaller area, it can be closer to customers. Products can be delivered twice as fast. This reduces the cost of transportation and also decreases a business’s impact on the environment.

Let’s recall that Iron Ox is engaged in the automation of human labor in the field of agriculture. The company’s specialists use a combination of manipulators and self-propelled carriers. However, despite this, most types of work still have to be done by humans. For example, planting seedlings and packing plants before selling them.

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