December 13, 2019

Episode 212: Vertical farming

Certainly not your grandmother’s greenhouse!

AZSCI 212 Vertical Farming Scientists are considering vertical farming as a sustainable and climate-smart way of growing crops.
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Episode 212: University of Arizona Agricultural and Biological Engineering professor Joel Cuello

As our global population grows, we must find ways to increase the production of food crops, even in the face of climate change’s complex effects on farming. University of Arizona Agricultural and Biological Engineering professor Joel Cuello is developing vertical farming methods that make efficient use of water and do not use soil or pesticides or depend on weather.

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