Added by on 2019-02-14

On today’s episode Zac explores Freshbox Farms to find out if hydroponic farms are the future of agriculture! Please consider supporting us on Patreon. We have some pledge rewards you may be interested in, so go check that out. Now You Know! HUGE THANKS to FreshBox Farms! Our Amazon Affiliate Link: International Amazon Affiliate Link: SFSF Tshirts: SFSF + Now You Know Jesse’s Referral Code: If you want to become a Tesla Time News Field Reporter, send us a YouTube link to your video resume on our Facebook Page:… Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsFarms of the future – agriculture and technology BBSRCVertical Farms and the Future of AgricultureAre Vertical Farms The Future Of Agriculture?China: Is this 10,000 square metre ROOFTOP farm the future of agriculture?Future of Agriculture: Vertical Farms to Sustainable AquacultureKentucky Agriculture: Our Farms, Our Food, Our Future

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  • MetaView7 3 months ago

    You should check out the hydroponic greenhouse highrise in Singapore.

  • k1dicarus 3 months ago

    The girl is so enthusiastic in her work, it makes her incredible sexy 🙂

  • The Cruisin' Crew 3 months ago

    Now this is a future we can be excited about… looks like this could be done on spaceships and on Mars… 🙂

  • Chris Pollitt 3 months ago

    Wonderful but too much plastic!

  • Adam Herrmann 3 months ago

    Fantastic video!!!!!!!!!!!

  • VeryNice 3 months ago

    Not doing the taste test blind kind of makes it pointless.

  • Robert Hirsch 3 months ago

    Is the packaging eco?

  • Ronald Chick 3 months ago

    Great video! my only question is Are you going public. I have been doing similar stuff with Hydroponics for years, Why didn't I think of this before.

  • playgrrrr 3 months ago

    400x less space and 99% less water. What's the energy consumption like for all the lighting, pumps, etc?

  • Against the Grain 3 months ago

    Soo cool! We need this in Berlin as well

  • David Boyce 3 months ago

    hi Zac very good see you on know you know salt water farming should be bigger 2 percent of water on earth is fresh never miss a show

  • Nicholas Adkins 3 months ago

    Is this pre or post recall?! Oh no it's E. coli in that bag vs not tainted fresh picked!

  • Michael Young 3 months ago

    I don't see any plants producing fruit (tomatoes, squash, etc). Are there plans for additional types of produce?

  • OwenSparks 3 months ago

    It’s like Kimball Musk’s farm

  • Dontsay Moore 3 months ago

    You need to address the moral issue of having plants that NEVER get to go outside.

  • Mark Kuzmycz 3 months ago

    Where does the nutrient come from. Is it environmentally sustainable?

  • Julio Hernandez 3 months ago

    This is nothing short of amazing. I have a feeling that the Agriculture Sector is really freaking out with this breakthrough. I would love to try some of their products out here in Texas.

  • Sterling Michaels 3 months ago

    Hey Zac it's very exciting to see you sharing this technology and this is exactly what I'm working on here in California doing indoor vertical gardening which is critical in this day and age.

    I have been working in the medical cannabis field for the past few years and decided to go into produce because of the dramatic change in the climate and the global crop loss which is only getting worse with the grand solar minimum and Volcanic disruptions under the sea call me which contributes to weather anomalies around the world. Great reporting

  • Troy G 3 months ago

    Great video. Any comments on the GM news??? This is HUGE. Tesla should be buying some plants now for pennies on the dollar.