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Is it possible to build a climate-controlled greenhouse just about anywhere assuming that it contains soil-beds, a light-controlled , temperature-controlled and moisture-controlled environment and other resources needed for plants to grow?
Is there any advantage in installing such a greenhouse on agricultural land?
Nov 5, 2019 at 1:09
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Greenhouses can be built anywhere, so long as the plants within them are provided with sufficient nutrients and light. Depending on the crop, soil is not required if
hydroponic methods are used.
The use of agricultural lands is not a requirement. In urban areas, disused warehouses and other buildings are used to establish
vertical farms. Greenhouses are even placed on roofs of buildings.
Nov 5, 2019 at 4:49
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