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When you hear about a farm that supplies all-natural, sustainable produce, using 90% less water and 90% less land, one that utilizes the most advanced vertical aeroponic technology on earth, you surely would not guess it would be an Amish farm. Yet in Topeka, Indiana, you cannot get produce that is more local, fresh, healthy, and sustainable — even in the middle of an Indiana blizzard — like you can get at Sunrise Hydroponics, an Amish farm.
While Purdue and other universities spend millions of dollars trying to find solutions for the state’s agriculture challenges, the Future of Growing is already here. Who would have guessed that the Amish are leading the way?
It's the bloody AMISH.
Hi Tenth! I am so jealous. Since I live in an apartment, can you give me an idea of the electricity cost involved?
As for food, we really need to return to regional growing. Stop asking farms to produce Oranges for Eastern Canada all year round for example.