A new indoor growing facility has caught the attention of some in Long Island. It is a business growing produce and it is named Urban Fields Agriculture. It is part of a movement that is starting to gain traction and that is indoor farming and gardening techniques. It is using hydroponic growing methods to grow its wares. The owner used to grow at home with 15 plants. He is set up to grow 1800 plants now thanks to good stewardship of his business.
- Indoor farming/gardening is an emerging technique that is gaining more and more traction and attention.
- Urban Fields Agriculture has grown from an in-home 15 plant venture to one that is growing 1800 plants.
- It uses hydroponic techniques to grow its produce.
“The farm is carefully curated and controlled through lighting, humidity and temperature. There are seeds that sprout in a controlled environment (mostly with humidity levels) and then are moved to a larger bed to grow to full size. ” (Long Island Advance, 2020)
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