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Join The Water Brothers as they tour the new vertical farming system at Urban Barns just outside of Montreal, Quebec. As arable land and water for irrigation becomes increasingly scarce in our crowded world, vertical farming has the potential to help us grow more food on less land, using 90% less water than conventional farming. But as is often the case with solutions to environmental challenges, there are limitations. Check out the video to learn about the pros and cons of vertical farming systems. Watch full episodes of The Water Brothers at www.thewaterbrothers.ca The Water Brothers is an eco-adventure documentary series following brothers, Alex and Tyler Mifflin, as they explore the world, uncovering the most important water stories of our time. What are the problems, and where are the solutions to help us better protect our most precious resource? Alex & Tyler take you on the search. Related PostsWorld’s Biggest Indoor Vertical Farm Near NYC to Use 95% Less WaterWorld’s largest indoor vertical farm uses 95 percent less water and produces more foodVertical Farms | Design and Innovation | TakePartVertical Farms in Multi-Level Controlled-Environment Greenhouses using Hydroponics & Red/Blue LED’sLargest indoor vertical farm uses less water and produces moreLargest indoor vertical farm uses 95 percent less water and produces more per square feet -TomoNews

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