The May Indoor Science Cafe takes a look at how to fund your indoor farm. It's presented by Nicola Kerslake of Contain, and takes place Tuesday, May 26th, at 11:00AM EDT. Indoor Ag Science Cafe is an open discussion forum, organized by Chieri Kubota (OSU), Erik Runkle (MSU), and Cary Mitchell (Purdue U.) supported by USDA SCRI grants.
Top 5 -yesterday
- South Africa: Western Cape's first urban rooftop farm launched
- Consumer perception of vertical farming (products) in the Netherlands
- CAN: Legacy Co-op announces sustainable modular farm project
- How two brothers grow a whole farm in shipping containers on a Denver used car lot
- Canada: Can hydroponics help food insecurity in the North?
Top 5 -last week
Top 5 -last month
- Breakthrough within vertical farming: growing 30 different crops in a 4-layer cultivation system
- Zambia: "We produce 5,000 units of lettuce per week, per tunnel, year-round"
- Why a US herb grower has moved 90% of production indoors
- Vertical farming robotics startup Fifth Season shuts down
- “If we can’t access fertilizer for whatever reason, our system will still work”