The Vertical Field farm at Evergreen Kosher Market, Monsey, N.Y., grows greens for shoppers. ( Photo courtesy Vertical Field and Evergreen Kosher Market )

Monsey, N.Y.-based Evergreen Kosher Market is debuting a 20-foot high “wall farm” enabling customers to see where their fresh-picked produce is grown.

The lettuce, kale, arugula, basil and cilantro from Evergreen are sold in individual pots, according to a news release. 

The controlled-environment system uses a proprietary mix of minerals and nutrients in the soil and sensors to monitor, irrigate and fertilize the plants.

It’s an installation from Israel-based Vertical Field, an ag-tech company whose systems require minimal handling and enable year-round small-scale production.

The vertical farming systems yield a new crop every few days, according to the release. 

The leafy greens are Star-K kosher certified.

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