Gallery: Lufa Farms Brings Large-Scale Rooftop Farming To Montreal

Strangely enough, in the 18 months that the farm has been fully operational, the results seem to indicate that plants grow well in the city, as the increased Co2 levels in the urban environment is actually beneficial to them. Weekly orders for their are
 
Strangely enough, in the 18 months that the farm has been fully operational, the results seem to indicate that plants grow well in the city, as the increased Co2 levels in the urban environment is actually beneficial to them. Weekly orders for their customisable food baskets are now ten-fold from when they opened, and they hope the continued success of this urban farm will lead to a leaner, greener urban food production system across Montreal and beyond.

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  1. bthinker September 13, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    I <3 Industrial sized greenhouses on-site of production. People really aren't aware how much more fullproof and secure this growth method is. Grats to Lufa. That whole town just got a failsafe to environmentally caused food shortages :)

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