Deep farm

Deep farm.

 

 

Deep farm – agricultural complex that is placed in abandoned mines and tunnels in which it is assumed the location of the tiered vegetation.

 


Description:

Deep farm – agricultural complex that is placed in abandoned mines and tunnels in which it is assumed multi-tiered location of vegetable plantings. In fact, the root farm is an analogue of the vertical farm the only difference is that the vertical farm is located on the surface of the Earth, and deep in its depths.

The advantage of the depth of the farm is that used by the mine or tunnel is already ready closed space with a reliable insulation of the walls, which is very easy to isolate from the external environment and inside to create the right climate for growing plants. In this space it is enough to place the tiered shelves and to provide constant lighting.

Otherwise deep farm has the same advantages as vertical farms.

 

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