Mr. Tiktinsky, I know you have been working with economic development people on a site near the Missouri River, but you really should consider the caves.
“This form of farming could become widespread for leafy greens and other high-value crops,” suggests the writer of The Economist article.
I think the larger operations in Leamington, Ontario, are showing us it really can be done. Also, more tomatoes and other produce items are being grown in Mexican greenhouses.
Once upon a time a year-round supply of fresh, locally grown produce seemed impossible in places where residents contend with cold winters. Now, it looks possible. I wonder what would it take for local production to undercut the bigger, international operations.
Maybe cheaper, energy efficient LED lights are part of the answer.
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