Added by on 2018-01-26

The way we get our food in the United States is completely messed up. When you go to the grocery store, especially in a city, most of the fresh fruits and vegetables you see have been trucked in from somewhere else, losing crucial nutritional value at an environmental cost. This is a huge problem, but Elon Musk’s brother has a solution…in the form of a shipping container. Sources & Further Reading: Square Roots Farming – Kimbal Musk has a Silicon Valley – Style Plan to Feed America – Hydroponics vs Soil – Hydroponics vs Soil: 7 Reasons Hydroponics Wins Why Kimbal Musk Is a Founding Father of the Modern Food Movement – The Vertical Farm: Growing crops in the city, without soil or natural light – Sign up for Beme Panels on Google Play and the App Store: Follow Beme on Twitter: Related PostsTHESIS 2013 RMUTT – INNOVATION VERTICAL FARMING FOR FUTURE IN BANGKOK (HD)The Future of Transportation in NJ (2005)C of C 2-4-12 Plant Chicago: Farming for the Future A Net-Zero Energy Vertical FarmAmerica’s First Vegan-Certified Vertical Farm Leaps Into the Future of AgricultureAgricultural Revolution! This Farm of The Future Uses High Tech Robots To Automate EverythingBehind the Scenes with Future Farms (India) – #18 Our new Hydroponic large-scale farm, Kelambakkam

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  • BarryfromEastenders 11 months ago


  • Crypto Millions Journey 11 months ago

    There mom needs to have more kids.

  • Chinth Madhu 11 months ago

    Now we have to get advise from a brown girl

  • Wobeert 11 months ago

    When I first heard Kimbal Musk talk about food, I wondered how long it would take for him to create something to revolutionize the world….
    This may be the start of that creation…

  • Ernst Otto Oehler 11 months ago

    you could also just plant your plants outside !!!
    -the sun shines for free on your plants
    -the water falls for free from heaven
    and try to tronsport the plants just faster

  • John Beckman 11 months ago

    Dumb. Energy inefficient & not sustainable.
    How many decades has this "Farm of the Future" idea been recycled?
    Who in the HELL would want to work 40 hrs. a week in that pink light prison cell? Good grief, THINK!

  • SooperBeez 11 months ago

    0:38 nice eating habbies piggy

  • Badhon Ebrahim 11 months ago

    "from your roomate back in boulder,
    we aint never getting older" 😛

  • Janne Wolterbeek 11 months ago

    Beme is moving in the right direction. Too bad Casey's no longer on board, but you'll do great without him now.

  • bigshooter461 11 months ago

    so I'm thinking to myself, how is this guy ever going to sell trailer box farming technology and then we get to 1:30 in he video and all my guilty suspicions about this technologies target market are confirmed. This guy is going to do well, lots of spinach farmers in Colorado! LOL!

  • Tim Holmes 11 months ago

    I'm not really sure that nutrition loss from shipping food is a problem or even if it's something that really happens. The way I see it it doesn't matter where the food is from, because of the conservation of mass as long as the food is properly preserved it doesn't change. That side of this video seems very much underdeveloped, which leaves only this horribly inefficient method of farming that gets shown off in the video. Seems really uninformative I'm disappointed.

  • Emixam Carter 11 months ago

    Amazing guys ! Dont stop !!

  • Space monkey 11 months ago

    make the roof transparent…duh!!! saves electricity cost for lights

  • fledrel 11 months ago

    Are those the ZipGrow farming trays?

  • Sarah Natske 11 months ago

    95% less water than a farm?  Farms rely on rain for water.  And you can't make the argument that this "can" farm is so energy efficient when you are using lights to grow the plants and real farms use the sun!

  • ArnoutVeldeman97 11 months ago

    QUESTION: All the products grown in these containers seem to be be leafy greens. Is it also possible to grow heavier vegetables such as tomato, carrot, zucchini etc? I'm guessing fruits are off the table since they grow on trees…
    Anyone able to answer this? Cheers

  • Mathew Allen 11 months ago

    That's how grow on Mars…

  • John Grech 11 months ago

    Ugh, your brother is Elon. 'Borrow' a couple thousand power walls and solar tiles