Controlled Environment Agriculture

Controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) is a technologybased approach toward food production. CEA aims to provide protection and maintain optimal growing conditions throughout the development of the crop. Production takes place within an enclosed growing structure such as a greenhouse or building. (The University of Arizona n.d.)
 

Sources

The University of Arizona. n.d. “UA Controlled Environment Agriculture Center.” Controlled Environment Agriculture Center. Accessed June 7, 2021. https://ceac.arizona.edu/.
 

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