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Inside Montreal’s Zero Waste Urban Greenhouses

Hydroponics, growing plants without dirt, can be an efficient, technology-driven farming system that can deliver fresher, healthier, and less expensive foods to city customers. In this episode of Stereokroma’s Où se trouve, Mohamed Hage and Simon Garneau give us a tour of Lufa Farms where they’re using hydroponics to improve the quality and diversity of what’s locally available in Montreal.

Efficient farming technologies are being used all over the globe. Watch these next: Aeroponic vertical farming in Newark, Swaziland teens engineer hydroponic solutions for farmers, How Gardening at School Enables Interdisciplinary Learning, Growing food for the animals in Paignton Zoo’s Vertical Farm, and Hydroponic Spinach – How Does it Grow?

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