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The Institute of Culinary Education has built a state-of-the-art indoor hydroponic garden, intended to give culinary students access to the freshest herbs and produce as well as provide the opportunity to take part in the latest urban agriculture trends. See how ICE makes the difference in the classroom (some unique to the south of France!) being grown right in the heart of NYC: visit http://www.ice.edu/HYDROPONIC to learn more. Video Rating: / 5 Mr. Hiralal Saste from Nimbalak feeds hydroponic which prepared in low cost technology & thousands of visitor visited & taken training from this palce Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsFarm to Classroom Cuisine: The Growth of ICE’s Hydroponic GardenUrban Gardening with City Beet Farm on Shaw TVJoin the Kitchen Garden Classroom!3 Boys Farm, Award-winning Organic & Hydroponic Vegetable GrowersHydroponic Farm Grows 350 Varieties of Vegetables with 90 minerals to Grow the best tasting foodA Visit to Swank Hydroponic Farm Growing Vertically and Naturally

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