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In the next 35 years, we’ll have to produce more food than all of the world’s production combined over the last 2000 years. So what will the farms of the future look like? Read the full in-depth feature on BBSRC website here: http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/news/food-secu… And on Medium: https://medium.com/@BBSRC/the-farms-o… Find out more on Twitter under #GlobalFarm You may embed this video and the BBSRC feature under a Creative Commons 2.0 (non-commercial, no derivatives) license. See BBSRC News for the latest news, features and events: http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/news Follow BBSRC on Twitter: http://twitter.com/bbsrc Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsThe Future of Transportation in NJ (2005)Behind the Scenes with Future Farms (India) – #18 Our new Hydroponic large-scale farm, KelambakkamBehind the Scenes with Future Farms (India) – Our Hydroponic Rooftop Farm – Latest UpdateBehind the Scenes with Future Farms (India) – #23 Bengaluru, welcome Hydroponic produce!Tokyo’s Vertical Farms – The Future of Farming | WIREDTHESIS 2013 RMUTT – INNOVATION VERTICAL FARMING FOR FUTURE IN BANGKOK (HD)

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  • Gaurav Deora 4 months ago

    You need to watch this
    https://youtu.be/SBLpt-vQs8s

  • THE SPIDERHUNTER1126 4 months ago

    ok so in 10-big number of years we are going to need to feed 8-11 bil people three meals a day, so how will we mass produce this technology to make it lower cost for farmers?

  • Ling Pan 4 months ago

    I will not doubt this will happen in 35 years, but I am wondering that if all the job will be done by machines automaticly, what we human being do in future? More and more people will lose job, and hard to survive I guess.

  • Danny Rosenberg 4 months ago

    we could just reduce our meat/dairy consumption? just a thought