Great Plains Master Beekeeping
Awesome idea but why not give technology to public so they all can grow gardens right in there house???
No no.. there's a problem here.. first.. how do u feed plants with nutrients without soil? Ha. You are putting inorganic stuff into the water.. so does anybody think how this hurts us on long term ?
Is the nutrients the same ?
I still believe there is some piece of info missing, how can foods grown under these tubelights compare to food grown under sunlight and natural air?? Fishy…
These vegetables and fruits will have less nutrients… 🙂 Thnku
A great solution for feeding colonists on the moon and Mars 🙂
Things they fail to mention: massive amount of electricity used to maintain optimum environment plus massive investment that need to be made in buildings that are needed for closed farming such as these.
Does this affect the chlorophyll retention or any sort of particular enzyme that comes from nature alone 🧚♀️
Well u cant replace sun energy with any of ur super genius artificial light/heat energySoon u guys will be producing meat beef or even milk with ur super un natural ingredientsStop working for hospital Nd doctors, stop producing new diseases 👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼
Wtf with this farming system
Probably the lights are operating here are fossil fuel generated electricity. An excellent profit making idea focused on the customer just might end up promoting the use of fossil fuel rather than solar energy or the other renewable sources. I hope they soon look into the matter and make their concerns about nature exemplary than profit making. Cheers.
So funny I happened to be listing to Dr Despommier's book Vetical Farming when I came across this video. Perfect update on all that he predicted and hoped for!
Please come to india🙏😇👌🙇♂️👩🏫🧝♂️🙏
this guy is truly a noob
I can see yet another new disease cropping up in the future, you mess with nature it always bites back.
What bout cabbages & other veggies.
If they sold those pods separately for home use I'd buy a few
Can they grow Bananas, Mango, watermelon or corn in this type of farming? All I see here is salad and green leafy stuff.
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