A new climate-controlled facility designed to support a ground-breaking vertical farming project has officially launched. Lesley Griffiths, minister for rural affairs, North Wales and Trefnydd,
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AN INNOVATIVE vertical farming project to grow even further with the launch of a new pan-Wales programme.
For two years the Tech Tyfu pilot initiative – delivered by not-for-profit organisation Menter Mon – has worked with growers in Gwynedd and Anglesey to
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Hydroponic systems are usually classified based on the method they use to distribute the nutrients to the roots. There are 3 main types: Nutrient film