This flatpack urban farm only takes up 538 square feet, but its creators say that it can yield as much as 6 tonnes (6.6 tons) of fresh produce per year.
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Meet the shipping container garden that produces 2 acres of food in 320 square feet!
Urban farming has been reimagined with Cityblooms’ lightweight, modular, hydroponic micro-farms. They call them “growbots,” and they’re remarkably cool.
Got an empty plastic bottle in the recycle bin? Fish that sucker out and turn it into a hydroponic water bottle garden!
Vertical farming in Singapore reaches new heights with the success of SkyGreens.
Have you been wanting to try aquaponics – growing food with the help of fish – but were afraid to try? Aqualibrium to the rescue!
Have you been interested in hydroponics but weren’t sure where to get started? Our friends at Sustainablog shared an awesome automated controller system to make hydroponic gardening a snap! Startup company Sustainable Microfarms developed this system to make hydroponics efficient and accessible to anyone who wants to give it a go.
As the world population explodes, the big question is: how are we going to feed the world when the population hits 7, 8, and 9 billion people? It’s no easy feat, but one thing’s for certain: we are going to have to grow more food in less space. Enter the Agri-Cube.
Using a nifty technique called sub-irrigation, the folks over at Inside Urban Green have been growing all sorts of things, including two tomato plants that yield a half-pint a day, in a Rubbermaid container, or grow box. They’re doing so while conserving water and taking up very little space. Anywhere there is sun, you too […]
Guest contributor Pamela Price is the founder of Red, White & Grew, a blog devoted to “Promoting the Victory Garden Revival and other simple, earth-friendly endeavors as bipartisan, patriotic acts in an age of uncertainty.” As mentioned here last month, folks short on fertile land but eager to grow their own vegetables can opt for […]