An indoor farming company co-founded by Elon Musk‘s brother expects the first harvest from its new Kenosha facility to be ready later this spring.
Hydroponic growing technology startup Square Roots announced in January it opened its third and largest location in Kenosha. The facility has been hiring, undergoing construction and testing its systems but isn’t yet operational for customers, Square Roots director of communications John Kell said.
When it’s fully up and running, the Kenosha facility is expected to employ 25 people, Kell added. The company as a whole has more than 100 employees.