Posts tagged indoor farm
Pakistan's First Vertical Farm Sells Leafy Greens To Local Restaurants and Markets

Pakistan’s first vertical farm grows eco-friendly, fresh greens for sale to city’s finest restaurants and markets.

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A Hydroponics Startup Growing Basil Is Developing Their Own LED Technology

In this exclusive interview, Agritecture spoke with St. Louis Indoor Produce (SLIP), a hydroponics start-up growing basil in the heart of the city. We learned about a new lighting technology they are developing that allows farmers to capture their lights’ heat and vent it in or out as climate control.

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How The Baking Industry Can Benefit From Vertical Farming

Agritecture’s Managing Director, Henry Gordon-Smith, recently spoke about vertical farming at the International Baking Industry Exposition during his Fresh Take Talk. Here he discusses how retailers can provide value-added products through vertical farming to enhance customer experience through freshly grown ingredients used in their baked goods.

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This Paris-Based Start-Up Is Combining Gastronomy and Sustainable Agriculture

An Agritecture exclusive interview with La Plucherie, a paris-based start-up giving chefs access to fresh, local rare herbs. Utilizing a small Indoor growing unit and a “Growtruck”, a showroom of the technical know-how.

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Students Grow Over 25,000 Pounds of Produce a Year in NYC Vertical Farm

What used to be the third floor chemistry lab at DeWitt Clinton High School in The Bronx has been transformed into an indoor vertical farm to feed the school and surrounding community. The farm was formally unveiled this past Saturday at a TFFJ and Sun Club press conference.

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This Hydroponic Farm Is Speeding Up NYC's Farm-To-Table Process

Hydroponic farming is becoming an increasingly popular option in cities with a high demand for fresh produce. Farm One is one such system that is providing their restaurant clientele with microgreens, herbs, and edible flowers grown right in Manhattan, Inhabitat reports. Farm One claims they can reach 90 percent of their buyers by bike within 30 minutes. That's fresh!

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