Tuesday, June 13, 2017

City Agriculture - June 13, 2017

InFarm for supermarkets who want to grow their own food 
Editorial Comment:  This may be my favorite of the shipping container farms now as they seem to be thinking most seriously about reducing energy and water requirements

Forest cities to fight air pollution in China

Greenhouse for the Moon and Mars

World’s largest vertical garden in Bogata, Colombia

Hong Kong’a rooftop farms

Plenty - an indoor vertical growing system aiming for high efficiency in both input and output

Seoul’s Skygarden - urban overpass to greenspace transformation
Editorial Comment:  Seoul has also resurrected a formerly buried river:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheonggyecheon

Texas supermarket chain to grow its own produce in shipping “Growtainers"
http://www.andnowuknow.com/quick-dish/h-e-b-owned-central-market-partners-cea-advisors-and-growtainer-store/jordan-okumura/53774#
http://inhabitat.com/this-texas-supermarket-is-growing-its-own-veggies-in-a-shipping-container-farm/

Chinese plant factories to grow clean food in dirty cities
hat tip Fred Hapgood

Taipei “Forest Bus,” with turf-lined seats,hanging orchids and ferns that continued to run as a mode of transport from florist Alfie Lin and designer Xiao Qing-Yang 

See through garden house in Ho Chi Minh City
Editorial Comment:  Vietnamese architects and designers are doing some very good work on urban agriculture.

Google’s million square foot “Landscraper” for London - rooftop gardens over multiple storeys with “plateau,” “gardens,” and “fields” planted with strawberries, gooseberries and sage

200 square meters, 3500 kg per year production in Gaza hydroponic urban farm

Terrill:  solar weeding robot, Roomba for your garden
hat tip Michel Selva
Editorial Comment:  I, for one, welcome our new robot gardening overlords

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