Sustainable farming in the desert
Can you grow 17,000 metric tons of vegetables in the desert? Using just sunlight and seawater?
Yes you can. This new farm in Australia uses renewable energy to power its desalination plant.
That’s not all though. They use predatory insects for pest control, rather than rely on pesticides.
h/t Emlyn O’Regan
Graphene Lover says
This so great news!
Usop Mohd says
Freddie Farnarkle says
That’s a hell of a lot of dead horse!
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AsHrAf MhAgNa says
how to start with that busniess …?
Alan Stainer says
AsHrAf MhAgNa I think you would need a lot of money to start with.
Ann M. says
Geez that’s what California should do and get out the crazy politicians running it.
Muthu Chandraraj ganesan says
Great and useful achievement for mankind congratulations to the teams
Mario Garrido says
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steve mutlane says
I’d like to see this in South Africa and to be part of it.
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uliss rodriguez says
Es muy interesante x toda la energía sustentable y en locaciones remotas
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Please send Price list to me
Wahyu Saputra 1415021088 says
its a great .., why in indonesia at a tropical gographic not used that ??
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Khalil Kotb says
Please send Price list to me too
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Ahmed Omo Amadin says
This is an OASIS of food production tech
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