Tidewater tomato-heads know this truth: set plants in the dirt May 1, and savor that first, fleshy fruit on the Fourth of July. But way out in the western Tidewater countryside, somewhere between Windsor and Courtland, they've got a different plan.
HEXUS NASA invests in 'food replicator' using 3D print technology HEXUS In its proposal to NASA the firm wrote “The 3-D printing system will provide hot and quick food in addition to personalized nutrition, flavor and taste.
Urban farmers raise fish and food with aquaponics Canada.com A small plot of land on the edge of Victoria's downtown may seem like an unusual spot for a farm, but for Angela Moran, the city was the best place to launch aquaponics.
Research with GM purple tomatoes could lead to improved varieties of tomatoes with consumer and commercial benefits through conventional breeding or GM. The findings could also be applied to other soft fruit such as strawberries.
Rick Passo's insight: http://indooragnv.com/ On April 24, 2013, Seedstock, the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development, and Nicola Kerslake of Real Assets Junkie co-hosted the inaugural Nevada Indoor Agriculture Conference at the Historic...
Urban farming workshop series kicks off at Alliance GreenMarket The News-Press The community is invited to visit the market at 10:30 a.m. on first and third Saturdays in June, July and August to participate in the 2013 Urban Farming Workshop Series.
BBC News The technology that's transforming gardening BBC News Hydroponics and aeroponics - a type of hydroponics, but rather than growing in nutrient-rich water, grows in the air and the plants get sprayed with nutrients - technology is...
Bay Meadows, billed as a "progressive new urban village," is starting to take shape in San Mateo, south of San Francisco. (RT @meredithnadine: I hope green walls are the new 'in thing', I just love them!