@Eric-Vanular Not 100% sure, but this article says:
"Each Square Roots farm “campus” might contain 10 shipping containers, each of which will create one job for a local person interested in the Next-Gen Farmer Training Program. Each campus can grow around 50,000 pounds of produce per year, which will feed directly into the local food supply."
Another quote about how they use data:
"The farms are all connected, so as more come online, Peggs says the company will receive more data about what conditions lead to the best yields, and will be able to use that knowledge to increase efficiencies and introduce more diverse crops to their operations."
There are other companies working on this same tech. And the idea isn't without its detractors. But I think it's important to give the tech time to experiment and prove how well it can scale.
An easy way to understand the positive impact they could have is to think of the "salad in January" problem: Rather than shipping salad around the world, we could grow it in our own city with artificial summer conditions.
Oh, and, they do sell their produce in shops around New York. And I can confirm that it really is delicious even if a bit pricey for now.