World’s Largest Indoor Farm is 100 Times More Productive

by | May 30, 2017 | Food, Pollution, Recycling | 0 comments

The statistics for this incredibly successful indoor farming endeavor in Japan are staggering: 25,000 square feet producing 10,000 heads of lettuce per day (100 times more per square foot than traditional methods) with 40% less power, 80% less food waste and 99% less water usage than outdoor fields. But the freshest news from the farm: a new facility using the same technologies has been announced and is now under construction in Hong Kong, with Mongolia, Russia and mainland China on the agenda for subsequent near-future builds.

Read full story and view all the photos and video: Web Urbanist

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