Zhanna and Larry Hountz, owners of City-Hydro, built a farm in a spare bedroom on the second floor of their three-story rowhouse in Baltimore. Consumer demand for locally grown food and the decreasing price and improved efficiency of LED lighting is driving the creation of more so-called vertical farm start-ups.
Zhanna and Larry Hountz, owners of City-Hydro, built a farm in a spare bedroom on the second floor of their three-story rowhouse in Baltimore. Consumer demand for locally grown food and the decreasing price and improved efficiency of LED lighting is driving the creation of more so-called vertical farm start-ups. MATT ROTH New York Times
Zhanna and Larry Hountz, owners of City-Hydro, built a farm in a spare bedroom on the second floor of their three-story rowhouse in Baltimore. Consumer demand for locally grown food and the decreasing price and improved efficiency of LED lighting is driving the creation of more so-called vertical farm start-ups. MATT ROTH New York Times

Greens growing in the garage ...or a spare room

July 07, 2016 05:58 AM

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