Southern Ag Center researchers look to vertical farms to end food desert – The Advocate

 

 Photo provided by the Southern University Ag Center -- James Henson, left, and Marlin Ford set up an aeroponics system at the Southern University Ag Center. The researchers say vertical farming could provide a solution to food deserts, areas where residents lack access to fresh food Photo provided by the Southern University Ag Center — James Henson, left, and Marlin Ford set up an aeroponics system at the Southern University Ag Center. The researchers say vertical farming could provide a solution to food deserts, areas where residents lack access to fresh food BY TED GRIGGS| tgriggs@theadvocate.com

 

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