Gallery: FarmedHere: The Nation’s Largest Indoor Organic Farm Now Growi...

 
There are six shelves of plants growing at one time that are tended to by workers using lifts. Water is also highly conserved and according to Hardej, they use only 3% of the amount that traditional agriculture uses, plus it's all recycled.

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  1. Franck March 31, 2013 at 2:35 pm

    Beautiful! but which organic fertiliser did you used (from oil?)and wish energies did you used(Nuclear?) and how much that cost at the end ? The truth solution in fact for the world nutrition problems it’s the biodynamic farming (cycles of the live).If you don’t give (biodiversity life into the soil you can’t give food for the rest of the humanities.Think in long term for the planet not in short term because it’s fancy and hi-tech.Sorry for my English but I’m French.

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