How Micro-Gardens Can Help Close The Food Gap
submitted 6 months, 2 weeks ago by matturbotanica

We need to drastically overhaul the ways in which we currently grow our food in order to be more sustainable. One of the ways in which we need to change is to start growing more of our own food at home, taking some pressure off the food supply chain (or "food-chain").

Micro-gardens allow for food to be grown at the closest possible point to where it will be consumed, with a fraction of the waste, avoiding deforestation, soil erosion and associated pollution, compared with traditional broad-acre farming methods. Among other great Agriculture and Food Technologies, we believe micro-gardens have a very important role to play in helping close the Food Gap.

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