Window Farms


People Helping People Grow Food Indoors

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People are growing food in recycled plastic bottles in windows in big cities all across the world with Windowfarms, a vertical hydroponic garden system. Herbs, lettuces, leafy greens, strawberries, peas, and even squash are well-suited to this method, which works year-round and, of course, requires no soil.

The best part about this movement is that there is an ongoing mass online collaboration to improve the system, making it more efficient over time with the increasing number of participating users. It’s always evolving.

Currently, this may seem like a fun way to have some veggies in an apartment window. However, imagine if this is just the beginning of a new way to grow organic food on a larger scale, anywhere, anytime.

People helping people grow food in windows, without soil: a truly Nextworld concept!


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