Urban farming | Update
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While our last round of urban farming spottings included cow leasing, a city winery and suburban chicken coops, this time round we're focusing on growing vegetables and herbs. Three ideas to get you inspired: Topsy Turvy Upside Down Tomato Planter | Urban dwellers with a balcony, or even just a roomy fire-escape, can start growing tomatoes the easy way with the upside-down tomato planter. Growing upside down in a hanging planter means that weeds, bacteria, ground rotting fungus and ground insects are no longer a problem, leaving consumers to enjoy the freshness of home-grown, vine-ripened tomatoes. Herbs, peppers and flowers…
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