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In this video, Farmshelf COO Suma Reddy discusses the urgent need for food systems to drastically change, and how her indoor hydroponic farm system has been designed to grow food at much faster rates using 90% less water than typical farming systems:
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Scalability? Carbon footprint? Something besides leafy greens?
I like the idea of bringing real natural food near to the people but since they're worried about food increasing by 70% , they should know that in US, livestock consumes 70% of the grain grown.