Added by on 2015-08-08

The NOW & The FUTURE of growing Food in the 21st Century- based on PLANT PROTEIN crops [No Animal Fat!]: Legumes [pickable pods – beans, peas, chickpeas, lentils..], Grains/Cereals [corn, barley, wheat..], Nuts [peanuts etc], and also Veges & Fruits + Mushrooms [Fungi]. Soil-less, bug-less, no ‘Fertiliser or Pesticide Farm Run-Off’, Minimal Land and Water usage – frees land to regrow Forests for Climate/Biodiversity – Rivers not sucked dry; CLEVER, satisfying JOBS APLENTY! Video Rating: / 5 Take a tour through the GLTi vertical farm that produces a minimum 3 x per harvest. Maximizing a controlled environment we have been able to predict yields and provide 5 start quality produce ranging from leafy greens, peppers, tomatoes, carrots, beets and other root crops, broccoli and more. The produce is contract grown for local restaurants / chefs and delivered still growing alive. The system is hung on the wall in the kitchen and interchanged as per the desired contract. From wall to table in 30 seconds, you can’t get fresher produce. Related PostsFive College Farms tour of the organic hydroponic heirloom tomato greenhousesEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow Foodaquaponics, hydroponics, and vertical farmsIllumitex Horticulture LEDs in World’s largest Indoor Vertical Farm!Hydroponics at Donabedian FarmsSave on your animal feed using Hydroponics Farming – Titus Mwema

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6 Comments

  • Socialist Skeptic 2 years ago

    This video is way obsolete.?

  • Mason Horwege 2 years ago

    "Dramatic Music"?

  • Mrs MAZ 2 years ago

    Yeahhhhhhh cost of the building? cost of the multilayer?, cost of the climate condition? then later the bigger problem …the not existing of a right growing system! due to the oxigen in roots!?

  • noversibirsk 2 years ago

    This is a real good idea!?

  • Les Hutchinson 2 years ago

    People please note that plants look weird/strange under red & blue light – not their usual comforting green colour! Cheers.