Behind the Walls of the Largest Indoor Farm in North America

Behind the Walls of the Largest Indoor Farm in North America
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FarmedHere shows how we can sustainably grow plants year-round, with no need for pesticides and without the use of soil

Leo Lutero
  • 7 october 2015

FarmedHere is the largest indoor vertical farm in the United States, with 90,000 square foot space that all follow an eco-, city- and resource-friendly technique.

FarmedHere, located in Chicago, raises its plants with a technique called aquaponics. Plants grow without soil, directly in water kept nutrient-rich by fish. Using the technique, the farm yields both fishes and plants for harvest.

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