Vertical farming, hydroponics and AI light the way for urban farms of the future...

Inside a 1930s red-brick building in Deptford, all is eerily quiet. The warehouse-like space is packed from floor to ceiling with plants suffused in a pink glow, suspended Inside a 1930s red-brick building in Deptford, all is eerily quiet.

The warehouse-like space is packed from floor to ceiling with plants suffused in a pink glow, suspended in regimented rows, with barely a person in sight.... in regimented rows, with barely a person in sight. 

“In a hydroponic system, the canal in which the plants are growing is flooded with water, which interacts with the roots, and we inject nutrients into that water,” explains Burrows. 

Read more at The Telegraph (Clare Finney)
 


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