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Growing vegetables in the desert ? “Sundrop” made it happen

10 Nov Growing vegetables in the desert ? “Sundrop” made it happen

17000 tonnes of tomatoes are being grown every year in the South Australian desert with only using sunlight and seawater.

This is the result of a six year research by international scientists, who wanted to produce crops without any fresh water, soil, or unnecessary energy from the grid.

For more info: http://www.sciencealert.com/this-farm-uses-sun-and-seawater-to-grow-vegetables-in-the-desert