This Japanese lettuce-growing vending machine grows salad greens with fluorescent bulbs instead of sunlight and can produce more than 20,000 heads of lettuce a year. It's good to know that even in a nuclear winter, we can grow lettuce.
The portable florescent lettuce-growing vending machine is being marketed by Dentsu Facility Management Inc. under the name "Chef's Farm." It sells for about $90,000. Marketing is targeted to restaurants that want to include on-premise produce production in their offerings.
Implications - The company's marketing is unique to say the least, as per their website, "This is how we shall grow produce in the post-apocalyptic future," says a statement.
Talk about things I don't want to think about. Nevertheless, to learn more, click on the links below.
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