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Singapore is the second most dense nation in the world, and is turning toward innovative methods to maximize on resources. Vertical farming is part of this new phenomenon. By using a rotating structure, comprised of different shelves of plants, engineer Jack Ng thinks he’s found an answer to Singapore’s demand for fresh, sustainable produce. 09/30/2013 ASIA LIVE FRANCE 24 INTERNATIONAL NEWS 24/7 Related PostsCan Vertical Farms Fix the Future of Food?GROW YOUR OWN FOOD like a boss with no gardening experience | Tower Farms & Vertical GardeningGrowing with Farmers Ep. 1 Growing Kale Microgreens by Babylon Vertical Farms MalaysiaWhat If We Built Vertical Farms?Are indoor vertical farms the future of agriculture? | Stuart OdaWhat If We Built Vertical Farms?

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