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- 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”
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Tucson man grows worldwide following with sustainability work
Tucson's 2022 summer temperatures peaked at 111 degrees on June 16, but the scorching heat didn't faze Charles Collins' backyard vegetable garden. That's because it was only 77 degrees inside the hydroponic garden, thanks to an underground water reservoir and a solar-powered chiller and pump. Collins, an…
The best vertical farm setup for your home
Have you ever wanted a little farming setup for your home? Well, if you have, we've got the perfect solution for you right here. The danish trolley or the flower cart.
Finland: Aalto University installs its first Farm-to-Kitchen system
Only three meters away, making its function rather applicable: a farm-to-kitchen system. This is how far fresh herbs and salads have to travel at the restaurant Factory on the Aalto University campus in Otaniemi, Finland. The Finnish startup agtech, Arctic Farming supplied the automated system to the…
Malaysia: 'Covid drove households growing indoors that saved our business'
Covid made people aware of their food intake and thus the business boomed. Tower requests were rising rapidly and demand could barely keep on. The biggest benefit of that was their online presence as about 70% of the businesses are offline, Gary Law, Founder and CEO of Victory Farm @ Rooftop Malaysia…
US (OH): Youngstown City Schools received $10k grant to purchase growing towers
Youngstown City Schools have received a grant to purchase new Fork Farms Flex Farms to grow lettuce and serve city schools. "We are pleased to announce that the YCSD Food Service Department was awarded a $10,000 grant from William Swanston Charitable Fund, a supporting organization of the Community Foundation of…