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World’s first robot FARM to open in 2017: Firm plans to replace humans with machines in its lettuce factories Spread currently grows lettuce heads in its artificially-lit vegetable factory Next year, the Japanese firm plans to build a new factory near Kyoto Instead of human farmers, this futuristic site will be controlled by robots Spread plans to automate all of the six growing stages using machines Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3264858/World-s-robot-FARM-open-2017-Firm-plans-replace-humans-machines-lettuce-factories.html#ixzz3o1IkGJo0 Nepal’s strawberry farmers who lost their livelihoods in the April earthquake are now looking to recover their harvests with support from UNDP’s Rapid Enterprise and Livelihoods Recovery Project (RELRP) funded by the Australian Aid. Read more: http://www.np.undp.org/content/nepal/en/home/presscenter/articles/2015/10/01/back-on-the-farm/ Related PostsRobot Farm to Harvest 30,000 Heads of Lettuce DailyThe World’s Largest Indoor Farm Produces 10,000 Heads of Lettuce a Day in JapanMetro Crops – Turning Old Factories into High Tech Lettuce Farms – Storrs ConnecticutBuilding the World’s First Vertical Farming City | Jack Griffin | TEDxWilmingtonWorld’s First Aquaponic Living Green WallWorld’s largest indoor vertical farm uses 95 percent less water and produces more food

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