Diving farmers grow food in underwater greenhouses

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Many companies have been developing alternatives to the traditional rural farming infrastructure in the hope of producing food in a more eco-friendly manner. We have seen greenhouses on urban rooftops, in Japanese parking spaces, and on the seafronts of coastal cities. Now, the Italian organization Ocean Reef Group are taking farming even further into uncharted territory with Nemo's Garden — a collection of greenhouses growing food on the ocean floor off the Noli Coast. The Nemo's Garden project consists of a small number of bubbles tethered to the ocean floor 30 feet below sea level. The biospheres are dome-shaped structures,…

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