An Innovative Approach on Vertical Farming Techniques

International Journal of Agriculture & Environmental Science
© 2014 by SSRG - IJAES Journal
Volume 1 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : M.Jegadeesh, Dr.J.Verapandi
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M.Jegadeesh, Dr.J.Verapandi, "An Innovative Approach on Vertical Farming Techniques," SSRG International Journal of Agriculture & Environmental Science, vol. 1,  no. 1, pp. 1-5, 2014. Crossref,


The Vertical Farming is the advanced level of agriculture technology where this has to be practiced when there is unavailable of land and other requirements for the perfect structure of farming mode, this is the new way or approach in the advanced level and this paper deals the methodology, harvesting technique, water management and crop cultivation & yielding process. And some of natural renewable resources are used such as windmill, solar etc, where these are not similar to the normal agricultural process, some of the other practices have to be for the good yielding process


Vertical Farming, Renewable Resources, Windmill and Solar Energy


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