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US: Urban Ag Products launches free magazine for vertical and urban farmers

As a response to the growing demand of local grown poduce, there is also a rising need to knowledge about growing hydroponics in not so common settings. Therefore, Urban Ag Products is launched: a new free, online educational magazine specially geared for the commercial urban growers and vertical farmers. The magazine will be released four times a year and the first edition is available online.

Click here to start reading the E-magazine.

To learn more about Urban Ag Products, click here.

Publication date: 3/26/2013
Author: Boy de Nijs





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