Hydroponics brings farming indoors, allowing people living in urban communities to grow their own fruits and vegetables while also protecting the environment and water resources. Kean University researchers are studying the best approaches so hydroponics and aquaponics can make the biggest difference possible. The video below illustrates what they do.
US (NJ): Kean University puts research efforts in urban farming
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