Farm in a BoxRetired ocean containers have been used for housing, restaurants, playgrounds, even art, but here is a new take, farming.

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Each container produces the same yield as an acre of traditional farming while using 90% less water and no pesticides…in just 320 square feet of space. They are a perfect solution to the growing “farm to fork” movement.

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