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Soil-less sky farming: rooftop hydroponics on NYC restaurant

Chef John Mooney believes so strongly in local food that for his latest restaurant in Manhattan's West Village, most of his produce travels just 60 feet from the building's roof to his kitchen. He's able to grow nearly two-thirds the vegetables for his restaurant- Bell, Book & Candle- because he doesn't rely on soil. Instead, Mooney and his partner Mick O'Sullivan installed 60 vertical tower hydroponic systems. Original story here: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/soil-less-sky-farming-rooftop-hydroponics-on-nyc-restaurant/

Videos

Bill Nye The Science Guy - Rocks and Soil (Full Episode)

Rock out with Bill Nye in the "Rocks and Soil" episode. We live on top of rocks -- the Earth's surface. There are three basic types of rocks — igneous, sedim...

Soil - Breaking Me Down

audio only.

Soil Stories - The Whole Story

In "Soil Stories", our protagonist, Francine, embarks on a journey of discovery that begins with her realization that soil is alive and that without soil, li...

Grow the Best Garden by Building the Best Organic Soil

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Marin Soil Solutions to share with you how you can have the most productive, best tasting...

The Soil - Sedi laka

Malaysian Crash MH17 Victims Arrive on Dutch Soil

July 23 (Bloomberg) -- The Netherlands, having its first national day of mourning in more than half a century, today witnessed the arrival of 40 coffins with bodies and remains of those who...

Soil - Picture Perfect (Full Album)

Picture Perfect is an album by SOiL, released October 20, 2009. 1. Tear It Down 0:00 2. The Lesser Man 3:13 3. Like It Is 6:52 4. Picture Perfect 10:21 5. Su...

SOIL & "PIMP" SESSIONS "Summer Goddess"

Soil & "Pimp" Sessions "Summer Goddess"

Let's Talk About Soil - English

This animated film tells the reality of soil resources around the world, covering the issues of degradation, urbanization, land grabbing and overexploitation...