Added by on 2020-09-21

Vertical farming, where plants are grown in stacked layers, enables a greater number of crops to be grown in the same space. Yields can be increased further by optimising the amount of light and nutrients each plant receives. The technique is now moving from commercial applications to consumer products, but what are they like to use and why do people want them? Subscribe HERE Find us online at Twitter: @bbcclick Facebook: Related PostsGrowing fresh food indoors in urban areasPros and Cons of Growing Food in the Tower Garden [Honest, UNSPONSORED REVIEW] Paisley AcresGROWING VEGETABLES INDOORS // Tomatoes and LED Grow Light ReviewDIY Grow towers | Growing Your Food!Growing Cannabis Indoors | Hydroponic DWC PlantsSmart Garden Grows Food Indoors With Little Effort

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  • beltalowda 4 weeks ago

    People need more than lettuce to survive…show me someone growing oh, 10kg of potatoes, wheat, or rice indoors and I might be impressed!

  • Mango mesh 4 weeks ago

    Depends on how it effects the electricity/hydro bill?

  • Granjacia 4 weeks ago

    lets save energy and every household grow 2 carrots and a lettuce indoors pmsl this is almost a fraud

  • Colin Campbell 4 weeks ago

    Funny hw ever so called idea that will help it is said the poor, costs silly amounts of money to buy! Most Hydroponics systems cost daft prices even on a small scale.. again toys for the rich.. not for the poor. And we always hear from these companies the price will come down? Yes by a tiny amount or they would not make back the tons of investment money they put into the product. Get a window box on your kitchen and do it the old way. or get off your lazy ass and go out in the garden and grow normal veg's.

  • hootsmin 4 weeks ago

    These systems are overpriced junk, you could make a similar setup with some shelves and a few strip lights for a fraction of the cost, course you wouldn't have WiFi and an app, but if you suck at growing so much that you need the computer to tell you what to do perhaps you should just go to the shop instead.

  • Guilt Azaour 4 weeks ago

    not worthed … please report this fake news, and missleading

  • Alexander Gracian 4 weeks ago

    A much cheaper way of doing it. This Indian guy nailed it for $10. Pareto principle 20% of the effort for 80% of the results!

  • Maverick Madison 4 weeks ago

    why all leaf vegetables, where are carrots, tomatoes, potatoes, corn, peas, cabbages…. etc ?

  • Vasileios Petropoulos 4 weeks ago

    Stupidity it is not the same… Not so nutritious check the food for instance in Greece and UK the tomates here are not. Smelling the same.

    BUT this kit and then buy some. Fertiliser and cancer