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College students built this $250,000 home that has a hydroponic farm and indoor greenhouse

Business Insider Tuesday, 17 October 2017
College students built this $250,000 home that has a hydroponic farm and indoor greenhouseBefore your produce reaches your fridge, it goes through a chain of suppliers: a farm, a truck, a packing, washing, and sorting facility, another truck, until it finally reaches your local grocery store.

A new solar-powered home that grows leafy greens indoors skips most of those steps. The home, created by a team of graduate...
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