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This Japanese Scientist Has Created An Amazing Indoor Farm (7 pics)

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  • 9 Jan, 2015  |
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Japanese plant physiologist Shigeharu Shimamura is changing the agriculture industry as we know it. Every single day he grows 10,000 heads of lettuce at his indoor farm. He's truly at the forefront of an agricultural revolution.

1 This Japanese Scientist Has Created An Amazing Indoor Farm (7 pics)


2 This Japanese Scientist Has Created An Amazing Indoor Farm (7 pics)


3 This Japanese Scientist Has Created An Amazing Indoor Farm (7 pics)


4 This Japanese Scientist Has Created An Amazing Indoor Farm (7 pics)


5 This Japanese Scientist Has Created An Amazing Indoor Farm (7 pics)



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7 This Japanese Scientist Has Created An Amazing Indoor Farm (7 pics)


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№1 Author: adzhoe (9 Jan 2015 07:44) Total user comments: 15048


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Fascinating potential...
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№2 Author: goldenme (9 Jan 2015 08:46) Total user comments: 64


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can they pay the elctric bill after selling the vegi? i doubt it if they will make profit unless food is expensice
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№3 Author: fairmania (10 Jan 2015 13:30) Total user comments: 1436


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At 10,000 lettuce a day it probably works out well, as the food grows faster, and with the economies made already using LED technology with controlled water use, and the massive savings in wastage it's all production and sales.

A brilliant idea if it can be expanded on to hopefully solve some of the food shortages the future may hold.
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