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World’s Largest Rooftop Farm Kicks Off Second Growing Season in Brooklyn

Posted By Yuka Yoneda On April 24, 2011 @ 11:12 am In Design,Gardening and Plants,New York City,News | 4 Comments

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Did you know that the world’s largest rooftop farm [1] is located in NYC? That’s right, called the Brooklyn Grange [1], the 40,000 square foot elevated garden is located on top of a six-story warehouse, and grows everything from tomatoes to peppers to fennel to salad greens and much, much more. The grange recently launched their second growing season and we’re thinking it will be even more successful than the last. Read on for more info and pics of the verdant rooftop farm [1].


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