Gallery: Oasis Tower is a Spiraling Vertical Farm for Dubai

Inside, the tower would be mainly designated for food crops, but some of the floors would be available for housing units. Surin estimates that a vertical farm like this would be able to feed 40,000 people and help divert a food shortage crisis. + Zabeel
 
Inside, the tower would be mainly designated for food crops, but some of the floors would be available for housing units. Surin estimates that a vertical farm like this would be able to feed 40,000 people and help divert a food shortage crisis.

+ Zabeel Park Vertical Farm

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  1. g l bansal October 13, 2010 at 10:35 pm

    It is great idea and future in removing hunger and malnutrition. It can be useful to havenots also at small scale. But my only apprehension about the automated systems is management of the disease and pest attacks, if any that may wipe the whole crop/ system abruptly, besides the pollination problem.

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