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Paul Zabel from the German Aerospace Center operates a greenhouse in the Antarctic, where tomatoes, lettuce and cucumbers flourish
The retail group sees multilayer cultivation as part of its wider aim of pursuing more sustainable products, shortened chains and innovation.
In suburban Beijing, a number of plant factories built with innovative techniques have incorporated farming into urban growth.
French urban agriculture start-up Agricool has secured $28 million in its latest funding round, including an investment from Danone’s investment arm, Danone Manifesto Ventures.
This production method allows growers to strictly control the growing climate to best meet the needs of a given plant throughout the day.
Innovators within the produce industry are breaking the boundaries of food production
Local agricultural technology may change the way we eat
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