Flatpack Urban Farm Grows 6.6 Tons of Food in 538 Square Feet
By ThatGuyOverThere on 2022-09-05 16:58:25
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Danish company Human Habitat has developed a hydroponic garden system that requires just 538 square feet of space to grow fresh food. Its two story design doubles the amount of food that can be grown per square foot.

 

 

Not only can their flatpack urban farm be squeezed into almost any available space in cities, it could also be set up anywhere access to fresh food is needed.

 

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Comments

2022-09-07 01:29:52
By ben

I think in the US having urban farms like this spread out every few miles would be amazing. I am sure though there will be all kinds of zoning hurdles to overcome. We have made it to economical for people to eat fast food, and too expensive for people to enjoy fresh produce and herbs.