The first hero of new column - George Suleiman from Cambridge, United Kingdom, and his project Vertical Veg, the individual initiative dedicated to vertical farming.
Fibonacci Company together with modern developers has developed a new competitive offer for the real estate market. Now buying square meters, you can get the opportunity to grow fresh vegetables and fruits at home.
During the year, students of the University of Belfast, together with the Biospheric Foundation in Salford, England, built a multi-level aquaponic system on the ruins of an abandoned mill. Their goal was to find out whether such a system could exist and be successfully used in ex-industrial areas.
It would seem that not so long ago, agriculture entered the era of its degeneration, thanks to the use of aqua and hydroponics for domestic food production. However, these technologies have already overtaken the changes that allowed them to join the modern Internet space.
Recently, the disused 35-pound bus in Salt Lake City has stopped driving around school routes. The new lease of life it acquired as a mobile urban farm, performing much more important educational tasks.
To perceive the world around, to study botany and biology in practice, to get the harvest and stable earnings - all this became possible for the schoolchildren of the South Bronx, in the educational institutions of which the Green Bronx Machine appeared.
Now it has become a reality to grow strawberries all year round, having about 6 crops a year. How is it possible?
The company FIBONACCI enters the market of home appliances with an innovative offer - urban farms for the house.