Hydroponic farms grow plants indoors without soil. When those operations grow the plants on shelves up to the ceiling with LED lights to take the sun’s place – that’s vertical farming. In Detroit’s eastside Islandview neighborhood a hydroponic vertical farm called Planted (hyperlink: https://planteddetroit.com) now operates out of an nondescript, once vacant 20,000 square foot industrial warehouse. Planted manager Kimberly Buffington sees her company at the ground floor of a whole new industry. Read more here: WATCH One Detroit Thursdays at 7:30 PM on Detroit Public Television SUBSCRIBE to One Detroit updates here: https://www.detroitpbs.org/sign-up/?cmpgn=ftr Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDetroit Vertical Garden with Woolly PocketsOPCOM Farm GrowWall Hydroponic SystemOPCOM Farm GrowBox Hydroponic SystemLow cost free housing farm & Hydroponic fodder technology by Govind Milk PhaltanModern Indoor Hydroponic Farm TourLiberty Farms – Grant Valkaria Hydroponic Farm
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