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Yellow peppers grow as they are illuminated by red and blue Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights at PlantLab, a private research facility, in Den Bosch, central Netherlands, Monday March 28, 2011.  Farming is moving indoors, where the sun never shines, where rainfall is irrelevant and where the climate is always right The perfect crop field could be inside a windowless building with meticulously controlled light, temperature, humidity, air quality and nutrition. It could be in a New York high-rise, a Siberian bunker, or a sprawling complex in the Saudi desert.  (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

Yellow peppers grow as they are illuminated by red and blue Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights at PlantLab, a private research facility, in Den Bosch, central Netherlands, Monday March 28, 2011. Farming is moving indoors, where the sun never shines, where rainfall is irrelevant and where the climate is always right The perfect crop field could be inside a windowless building with meticulously controlled light, temperature, humidity, air quality and nutrition. It could be in a New York high-rise, a Siberian bunker, or a sprawling complex in the Saudi desert. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

Gertjan Meeuws of PlantLab, a private research company, smiles during an interview with The Associated Press in a lab where he is growing herbs and vegetables under LED lights in Den Bosch, central Netherlands, Thursday, March 24, 2011.  Farming is moving indoors, where the sun never shines, where rainfall is irrelevant and where the climate is always right The perfect crop field could be inside a windowless building with meticulously controlled light, temperature, humidity, air quality and nutrition. It could be in a New York high-rise, a Siberian bunker, or a sprawling complex in the Saudi desert. (AP Photo/Arthur Max)

Gertjan Meeuws of PlantLab, a private research company, smiles during an interview with The Associated Press in a lab where he is growing herbs and vegetables under LED lights in Den Bosch, central Netherlands, Thursday, March 24, 2011. Farming is moving indoors, where the sun never shines, where rainfall is irrelevant and where the climate is always right The perfect crop field could be inside a windowless building with meticulously controlled light, temperature, humidity, air quality and nutrition. It could be in a New York high-rise, a Siberian bunker, or a sprawling complex in the Saudi desert. (AP Photo/Arthur Max)

The flower of a strawberry plant is illuminated by the light of a flash while the rest of the plant is seen under blue and red Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights at PlantLab, a private research facility, in Den Bosch, central Netherlands, Monday March 28, 2011.  Farming is moving indoors, where the sun never shines, where rainfall is irrelevant and where the climate is always right The perfect crop field could be inside a windowless building with meticulously controlled light, temperature, humidity, air quality and nutrition. It could be in a New York high-rise, a Siberian bunker, or a sprawling complex in the Saudi desert.  (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

The flower of a strawberry plant is illuminated by the light of a flash while the rest of the plant is seen under blue and red Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights at PlantLab, a private research facility, in Den Bosch, central Netherlands, Monday March 28, 2011. Farming is moving indoors, where the sun never shines, where rainfall is irrelevant and where the climate is always right The perfect crop field could be inside a windowless building with meticulously controlled light, temperature, humidity, air quality and nutrition. It could be in a New York high-rise, a Siberian bunker, or a sprawling complex in the Saudi desert. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

Yellow peppers are seen under blue and red Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights at PlantLab, a private research facility, in Den Bosch, central Netherlands, Monday March 28, 2011.  Farming is moving indoors, where the sun never shines, where rainfall is irrelevant and where the climate is always right The perfect crop field could be inside a windowless building with meticulously controlled light, temperature, humidity, air quality and nutrition. It could be in a New York high-rise, a Siberian bunker, or a sprawling complex in the Saudi desert.  (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

Yellow peppers are seen under blue and red Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights at PlantLab, a private research facility, in Den Bosch, central Netherlands, Monday March 28, 2011. Farming is moving indoors, where the sun never shines, where rainfall is irrelevant and where the climate is always right The perfect crop field could be inside a windowless building with meticulously controlled light, temperature, humidity, air quality and nutrition. It could be in a New York high-rise, a Siberian bunker, or a sprawling complex in the Saudi desert. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

Yellow peppers are illuminated by the light of a flash while the rest of the plant is seen under blue and red Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights at PlantLab, a private research facility, in Den Bosch, central Netherlands, Monday March 28, 2011.  Farming is moving indoors, where the sun never shines, where rainfall is irrelevant and where the climate is always right The perfect crop field could be inside a windowless building with meticulously controlled light, temperature, humidity, air quality and nutrition. It could be in a New York high-rise, a Siberian bunker, or a sprawling complex in the Saudi desert.  (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

Yellow peppers are illuminated by the light of a flash while the rest of the plant is seen under blue and red Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights at PlantLab, a private research facility, in Den Bosch, central Netherlands, Monday March 28, 2011. Farming is moving indoors, where the sun never shines, where rainfall is irrelevant and where the climate is always right The perfect crop field could be inside a windowless building with meticulously controlled light, temperature, humidity, air quality and nutrition. It could be in a New York high-rise, a Siberian bunker, or a sprawling complex in the Saudi desert. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

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