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inside gardening

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A new evolution of farming is on the way. Recently this news was everywhere around the social media to show is benefice. The urban agriculture of Square Roots, the farm compound in New York. They wish to expand this new idea of farming start with 10 containers place in Brooklyn, New York. This compound of 320-square-foot can generate multiple of nutrition. Therefore, the way of reutilization of container is a benefice in these Square Roots industry. T6.jpghis intelligent way of producing vegetables requires less space and 80% water than outdoor farm. The nutriment is all organic and each container can produce around 50,000 mini-heads of lettuce per years.8.jpg

Before Square Roots, Wall Disney World already shows to the world his own inside farm at Epcot. Inside the Land Pavilion, they show the visitor where all the food of Wall Disney World is produced. In the campus, you can find an inside greenhouse whom they grow all the vegetables using the similar technique as the farm container. The greenhouse measure 2.5 million square feet. The production is using less water than exterior farms and expose the futurist model of communal living. The living with the land project shows the food shortage and environmental problem by improving agriculture with the new technology. Inside the Land Pavilion attraction, you can see gigantic tomato trees, exotic fruit who grow as they remove the constraints of gravity.


Even if Wall Disney World start to innovate the idea of a futuristic agriculture, the population start to see is benefice and expand this idea. The innovation of growing agriculture using less water and lands to produce the same amount of food is now on his way to be more than 10 shipping containers at New Work or an attraction park.






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  1. This is so cool! I haven’t heard much about this type of eco farming before, and it’s really encouraging, honestly. I’ve heard a lot about rooftop gardening in big cities, which is a neat way to get people to do their own farming and increase greenery outside, but I think what you’re describing is definitely a more sustainable or realistic way to progress with farming. As cities expand and demand increases, I hope this becomes more of a reality instead of more deforestation to produce more traditional farmland.


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