Posts tagged technology
A New York Story: Discover the Hydroponic Pizza

Jeffrey Tucker, owner of Stone Bridge Farm in Schuylerville, NY and Stone Bridge Pizza & Salad in Manhattan, worked with Henry Gordon-Smith, Managing Director of Agritecture to build hydroponic greenhouses on a 425-acre farm, in upstate NY.

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Bowery Opens Its Largest Indoor Farm In Baltimore

This Google Ventures-backed indoor farming startup just opened its biggest farm yet. The Baltimore farm is 3.5 times as large as Bowery’s formerly largest farm—and is the latest attempt to make indoor farming work as a way to disrupt the agricultural system.

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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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Exclusive: Agritecture Interview With Manhattan's Largest Outdoor Urban Farm

In this exclusive Agritecture interview, we speak with Jonathan Sumner the farmer at Riverpark Farm. He tells us about the unique relationship between the farm and the restaurant and how they ensure the freshest ingredients are provided.

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Can High-Tech Indoor Agriculture Transform Local Food?

New York City is a global leader for indoor agriculture, with farms such as Farm.One, Smallhold and Gotham Greens punctuating the concrete jungle with their innovative farming systems. But as the industry continues to grow, one central point remains unclear: Are New York’s indoor farms destined to only cater to elite clients, or can they help realize a new local food future?

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Is this Space Greenhouse the solution to feeding Astronauts on their Journey to Mars?

Mars is a far more difficult challenge to survive. The red planet is an average of 158 million miles away from Earth, with a small window — just once every 26 months— to launch a relatively quick multi-month mission. Any hiccup in an infrequent supply chain of fresh air, food, and water, such as a launchpad explosion, might doom unprepared explorers. That's precisely why Sadler has for years worked with life support researchers at the University of Arizona and NASA on a crew survival system called the Mars Lunar Greenhouse.

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Enter Sensei: a new approach to hydroponics and health

A multi-trillion dollar opportunity is emerging at the convergence of food, technology and rapidly evolving consumer behaviour. While many companies are hoping to capitalize on this new market potential, Sensei, a brand new approach to marketing a hydroponic food production company, are positioning themselves in a more sophisticated industry niche than the competition. 

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