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Farming facilities take up about 230-1,500 acres of land and in total, researchers found that about 11% of the world's land surface is used for crop production.

It is estimated that 5.2 billion pounds of pesticides are used world wide and out of the 5.2 billion pounds,

80% of the used pesticides are used in

US farms.

Traditional farming uses about 2,000 gallons of water a day which is about 730,000 gallons of water

a year.


A New Jersey based company with nine indoor farms, AeroFarms, claims to produce 130 times the amount of produce that is produced in a acre of land.  

Pesticides are not used in indoor farms due to the plants being indoors and not exposed to the environment, less soil is being used, and the crops are being monitored frequently.

An Indoor farming company known as AeroFarms saves water by using their indoor facilities and claims they use 95% less water than a typical outdoor farm.



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The first course prepared for the most recent “Dress Dinner” at Caltech wasn’t unusual for the fancy, end-of-term meal for students, but the source of the mixed greens, flowers and other vegetables in the dish is a point of pride for executive chef Zach Chambers. Forget farm-to-table, everything on the plate was grown on the dining hall’s roof...                      

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KATHMANDU, Jan 3: Do you feel that the price of vegetables is increasing by the day? If so then rooftop farming can be the best solution for your problem. Rooftop farming could be the best available option, considering you have some open space, for greenery and some organic vegetables...                 

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Hydroponics is the method of growing plants without using soil or soil-less gardening using important nutrients in a mineral rich water solution. A plant only needs sunlight, sufficient amount of water, and selected nutrients to grow. Hydroponics farming allows a plant to grow 50% faster than conventional method. It eliminates the need of pesticides and herbicides...                  

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