Agacés de payer le prix fort pour se nourrir sainement, de plus en plus de citadins indiens cultivent leur petit jardin. Des formations à l’agriculture bio et urbaine connaissent un franc succès. Reportage dans Outlook.
Re:farm the City provides the tools and know-how to design, monitor, manage, and share small-scale urban farms. The farms are designed based on methods of sustainable, organic, and companion farming, and local cuisine. Each farm is constructed with found and recycled materials. The farms bridge a connection between the city and the farm through the development of electronic monitoring systems – networked ‘scare crows’ allow you to be in constant contact with your farm, water your farm and monitor its conditions from your computer. Acknowledging any farm is only as good at its soil, each farm develops its own composting system to ensure high-quality soil to plant with.
The main object of this article is the collective urban gardening of Russia, with references to the other types of gardening made by the inhabitants of cities on urban, outer-urban, agricultural, building or not building grounds.
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