Rodney Michael

Rodney Michael

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  • United States, SC, Society Hill
Rodney Michael Society Hill, SC
May 27
 
Because we're not large plot owners but have buildings we could utilize, I'm getting very interested in indoor farming -

https://www.igrow.news/igrownews/indoor-micro-farming-benefits-costs-and-profits

Categories: Precision Agriculture

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Go for it! I would also recommend reading Intensive Culture of Vegetables on the French System (https://www.thriftbooks.com/w/intensive-culture-of-vegetables-on-the-french-system_p-aquatias/2246801/item/10195700/?mkwid=WBQEzX39dm&pcrid=11558858354&pkw;=&pmt=be&slid;=&product=10195700&plc;=&pgrid=3970769428&ptaid=pla-1101002863359&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Bing+Shopping++Crafts,+Hobbies+&+Home&utm;_term=&utm_c for some great historic examples of small scale intensive growing. If you have access to manure you can generate heat without electricity for season extension. I liken the cloches the French used as ancestors to our modern poly high tunnels. I sincerely think you will enjoy the read my friend.

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Also a great example of standardizing many small farms and plots for the sake of efficiency where equipment and working hands can efficiently work or be utilized on any small plot as needed.

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