Sunday, January 15, 2012

Can growing food indoors in the middle of a city be not only possible - but profitable as well?

That is the question for Bright Farms, who have created several promising prototypes of aquaponic farms in New York City.

These systems use somewhere between 5- 10 times less water than conventional agriculture.


Bright Farm's goal is to see their greenhouses on top of inner city supermarkets!


See how far they've come here:


Video: (6:08)

http://www.nextworldtv.com/page/6265.html

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