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Urban Farm Mag - not companion plants

Urban Farm Mag - not companion plants

Rainbow Carrot Mix - six crazy colors, 250 heirloom seeds, spring garden, fun for kids, non GMO

Rainbow Carrot Mix - seven fancy heirlooms, 350 seeds, spring garden, fun for kids, non GMO, crazy colors

A fun mix of colored carrots to brighten your table and entertain your kids. Varieties are listed below. Surface sow them onto rich compost and keep moist. Carrots grow best under cool conditions. They mature in 70 days but you'll probably eat them all first. *RED CORE CHANTENAY: Crisp and sweet. Flesh is reddish orange *SCARLET NANTES-Fine-grained flesh with a very fine flavor. *KYOTO RED - Sweet crimson Japanese heirloom *SNOW WHITE- Pale and slender. The original heirloom. *SOLAR…

There are 60 varieties of tomatoes growing in the French Laundry Garden.

Wine Country Spotlight: Aaron Keefer of French Laundry Farm | Williams-Sonoma Taste

This season we’re going back to our roots in California’s wine country, where the first Williams-Sonoma store was opened. Along the way we’ll be spotlighting the local chefs, artisans and producers…

15 Hydroponics System Designs To Get Your Brain Going! | It's easy to build your own hydroponics system when you have this many to copy from.

12 Hydroponics System Designs - One For Every Budget! | DIY Alternative Energy

15 Hydroponics System Designs To Get Your Brain Going! | It's easy to build your own hydroponics system when you have this many to copy from.

Troughs of bok choy stack up vertically at the 30-feet urban farm in Singapore. The veggies rotate along the A-frame to ensure they receive even light.

Sky-High Vegetables: Vertical Farming Sprouts In Singapore

Urban farming goes vertical, as Singapore opens a 30-feet tall greenhouse for bok choy and cabbage. The farm is already producing half a ton of veggies per day for local supermarkets. But are these vertical "farmscrapers" any more efficient than traditional, flat greenhouses?

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B&Q Garden 3

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vertical farming

Does it really stack up?

Agriculture: Growing crops in vertical farms in the heart of cities is said to be a greener way to produce food. But the idea is still unproven

VERTICAL FARM green building

Fattorie Verticali: ecco la Londra Tower Farm - greenMe

L’ultimo progetto è la London Tower Farm, ideata dallo studio messicano Xome arquitectos per il concorso LOFT AWR 2011 design competition. Si tratta di un edificio che consente ai residenti non solo di coltivare frutta e verdura, ma anche di generare energia elettrica, di catturare l'acqua piovana, e di abitare in un ambiente in cui “la gente può svolgere diverse attività, come fare shopping, lavorare, vivere in una atmosfera rigenerativa”. La London Tower Farm crea, in questo modo, un…

Vertical farming

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An artist's drawing for a possible vertical garden

Could solar-powered floating farms provide enough food for the entire world? | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Could solar-powered floating farms provide enough food for the entire world?

Forward Thinking Architecture proposes the Smart Floating Farms: solar-powered and modular farms to help provide food security and resilience worldwide.

Urban garden in Brooklyn!

Urban garden in Brooklyn!

Barsha pump provides irrigation water, but doesn't need fuel

Dutch startup aQysta, a Delft University of Technology spin-off company, manufactures what's known as the Barsha irrigation pump. It can reportedly boost crop yields in developing nations by up to five times, yet requires no fuel or electricity to operate.

CO's 1st Vertical Farm!

CO's 1st Vertical Farm!

The Svalbard Global Seed Bank in Norway collects seeds from all over the world for preservation in case of a worldwide catastrophe.

Green Technology: Renewable Energy and Conservation

Alternative energy sources are being developed by scientists to better harness the wind and sun, and unexpected sources like algae.