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Sky's the limit for urban farming

Jens Juul Krogshede, CEO and Co-Founder of Nabofarms, discusses using city centre spaces for growing fresh and sustainable crops to feed local communities.

27 Oct 2022
09:34

Synopsis

Urban farming in controlled environments enables us to grow a large range of different produce in a small space. Flexibility in production allows urban farmers to make the best use of small, overlooked spaces, creating thriving ecosystems in places that have not been farmable in the past.

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