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The TikTok Video That Will Make You Want to Start Your Own Vertical Farm
Have you ever dreamed of having a farm in your backyard but don't have the space?
Well, what if we told you that you could have a vertical farm that produces a bountiful harvest using aeroponic towers?
That's exactly what the creators of @Agrotomy have accomplished, and we have the inside scoop on how they're doing it.
Agrotomy is a TikTok channel with 1.9 million followers that showcases the world of vertical farming.
In one of their latest videos, they give us a glimpse of their impressive harvest from a vertical farm that uses aeroponic towers.
@agrotonomy Recap of the harvests from our vertical farm using aeroponic towers. PART 1. #verticalfarming #harvest #towergarden #aeroponics #towerfarms #hydroponics #gardening #farming ♬ Deep house - TOKYO Lonesome Blue
The video has over 12 million views and 1.3 million likes, proving that people are interested in learning more about this innovative method of farming.
Aeroponic towers are a revolutionary way of growing crops without soil.
Instead, plants are grown in a nutrient-rich mist that is sprayed onto their roots. This method not only saves space but also saves water and produces a higher yield of crops.
In the video, we see a variety of fruits, vegetables, and flowers being harvested from the vertical farm, including lettuce, tomatoes, and marigolds.
The harvest is so abundant that it's hard not to feel a sense of awe and wonder.
Even viewers who may not be interested in farming or gardening can't help but be captivated by the video.
One viewer, Stephanie Chavarria, commented that the roots looked so refreshing that she wanted to munch on them.
It's clear that the video has struck a chord with people and is inspiring them to think differently about how we grow our food.
If you're interested in learning more impressive harvests and learning about this innovative method of farming, check out some of our posts below:
How To Easily Grow Food In Your Vertical Garden
A tip of the trowel to OpenAI's ChatGPT for helping cultivate this article.