Urban Farming

Urban Farming is the production of food in an urban area. It has a number of advantages including lower trasportation time and costs, and often a much reduced need for pesticides.

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External Links & References

  1. Google Search
  2. PlantLab: Urban Farms 40 Times More Productive than Open Fields - West Urbanist
  3. A behind the scenes look at Europe's huge new vertical farm - Singularity Hub (July 2017)
  4. Wikipedia
  5. MIT's incubator-grown plants might hold key to food crisis
  6. the-worlds-largest-indoor-farm-produces-10000-heads-of-lettuce-a-day-in-japan - Inhabit
  7. World's largest vertical farm grows without soil, sunlight or water in Newark - The Guardian (August 2016)
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