Gallery: Plantlab Makes the Coveted Vertical Urban Farm a Reality

AP reports: “Meeuws says a building of 100 sq meters (1,075 sq. feet) and 14 layers of plants could provide a daily diet of 200 grams (7 ounces) of fresh fruit and vegetables to the entire population of Den Bosch, about 140,000 people.”

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  1. James A1 May 4, 2013 at 6:12 am

    The dutch would not risk embarrassing themselves with claims they didn\\\’t think were achievable, not with their horticultural reputation. It makes perfect sense, food production that is not weather dependent, 0 food miles, organic and totally sustainable, now we can give the fields back to nature and re-plant the forests all over the world. The cities of the future will be quiet clean places, electric vehicle\\\’s, vertical farms, and more green space as well as clean fresh air to breath – all thanks to three major industries – electric motors, Architecture & landscape Architecture and Horticulture, what amazing work to be apart of :)

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