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Dickson D. Despommier is a microbiologist, ecologist and Professor of Public Health in Environmental Health Sciences at Columbia University. Despommier developed the concept of vertical farming in 1999. Vertical farming is a proposed agricultural technique involving large-scale agriculture in urban high-rises or “farmscrapers,” which would produce fruit, vegetables, edible mushrooms and algae year-round. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDickson Despommier On Vertical FarmingThe Vertical Farm as the Ecosystem of the City – Dickson Despommier – AVF summit 2016CIVF2012 1: Dickson Despommier, Columbia UniversityOne more question for Dickson Despommier: What is vertical farming’s future?Dickson Despommier i wertykalne farmy w Nowym JorkuPopular Videos – Vertical farming & Dickson Despommier

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  • CaptainB007 1 year ago

    It doesn't really help to just chit-chat on the topic without providing solid support you would expect from a serious researcher. Disappointing!

  • klaptongroovemaster 1 year ago

    USDA involvment? No thanks. Get Big Ag AND government the hell out of the way. Fuel prices alone are going to force us to grow where we live. But not if big monied interests get in the way.

  • 1 year ago

    Spell check messed me up. You will not be able to grow their "patents"

  • 1 year ago

    First off aquaponics is way better than hydroponics. Regular gassification is less expensive then plasma gassification. His solutions seem more central planning then free market. Monsanto wants to patent all life and then let their patents replace the original lifeforms so they hold patents on life. You will be unable to grow their parents without paying them in the future. If you do you will be sued in a court of law for patent infringement. His solutions are not in your best interests.