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Infographic: Cheating Your Way to Successful Urban Farming

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Infographic: Cheating Your Way to Successful Urban Farming

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This family produces 6,000 pounds of food per year on 4,000 square feet of land

family produces 6000 pounds of food, growing food on .1 acre of land, high yield urban farming, los angeles permaculture, local food in los angeles, urban gardening, locavore movement

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Isn’t This the Most Amazing Urban Farming Garden You’ve Ever Seen! Whether you’re an urban farming enthusiast or an open plains homesteader, you’ve probably pondered at some point how you can more efficiently use the garden area you have available to grow more food and maybe to turn a profit to boot. That’s just what …

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Vertical gardening isn't only productive its also beautifulLike and tag a friend…

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Urban Farming Revolution: Impact Farm Allows You to Grow Fresh Produce in the Middle of the City

At just 538 square feet, this vertical garden is specifically designed to fit into tight, urban spaces.

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Urban Farming: Getting Started with your Dream

The urban farming life, man. There's nothing like it. There's something magical about gathering eggs, fresh milk, & picking ripe fruits &…

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Are you ready to turn your lawn into a farm and make money at the same time? The creators of SPIN-farming—or Small Plot Intensive farming—are confident that anyone can follow their urban farming model and earn an income from farming on less than an acre of land.

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How to Meet the Challenges of Urban Farming

How to Meet the Challenges of Urban Farming

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The Scent Tunnel... now if I can get the design specs for this (in its rotational form) I'll try it for strawberries. At one plant per sqft of wheel surface the number of everbearing strawberries an 80' 'wheel' 48' around holds is 3840. Everbearing strawberries produce up to 2.5/lbs/plant/year.

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The Farming Technique That Could Revolutionize the Way We Eat

Aquaponics is a method of combined fish and vegetable farming that requires no soil. The farmer cultivates freshwater fish and plants in a recirculating water system that exchanges nutrients between the two, cutting freshwater use by 90 percent.

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