Power on demand in a carbon-addicted world

Power on demand in a carbon-addicted world
Imagine what it took to find the ore for those tomato cages, process it, fashion it into a spiral grid work, and then ship it in container modules from China to some giant dockyard in Los Angeles or Seattle? … All of this is why I grow a garden in …
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Workshop puts school's aquaponics program in spotlight
The plants grown include lettuce, tomatoes, turnip greens, mustard greens, red cabbage, cauliflower and herbs such as lavender, peppermint and dill. Adams said tilapia are a better fish to use than catfish because "they produce a lot more poop," which …
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Hydroponic garden in Omaha feeding diners
Nebraska has at least two commercial hydroponic operations: Oak Ridge Farms Hydroponics, in Ord, a lettuce producer; and Loffredo Fresh Produce Co., in O'Neill, which grows cucumbers and tomatoes. "The benefits are you can grow anywhere. You can …
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Vashon Island Garden Tour 2015
In its greenhouses and fertile fields, feast your eyes on a veritable cornucopia of organically grown vegetables and fruits—from leafy greens to heirloom tomatoes, blueberries to plum trees. The small family operation sells produce and eggs via its …
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