Corporate vertical farming

Corporate vertical farming

Vertical farming is the practice of producing food and medicine in vertically stacked layers, vertically inclined surfaces and/or integrated in other structures (such as in a skyscraper, used warehouse, or shipping container). The modern ideas of vertical farming use indoor farming techniques and controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) technology, where all environmental factors can be controlled. These facilities utilize artificial control of light, environmental control (humidity, temperature, gases…) and fertigation. Some vertical farms use techniques similar to greenhouses, where natural sunlight can be…

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Easy Cement Decor For You

Easy Cement Decor For You

Cement can be useful for making tons of things,whether it is big or small things,simple or complicated things.Below there are cool home decor from cement. 1. Cement Magnets 2.Painted Cement Brooches 3. Sturdy Industrial Vases 4. A Dependable Stool 5. Egg Bunkers 6. Coasters 7. Valentines 8. Cement Bowl 9. Lace-Imprinted Candle Votives 10. Cement Monogram Letters 11. A Simple Bedside Lamp 12. Pendant Lampshade 13. Decorative Easter Eggs 14. Statuesque iPad Stand 15. DIY…

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Tata Fighter Planes Can Be Better Than Ambani’s Rafael

Tata Fighter Planes Can Be Better Than Ambani’s Rafael

Tata Advanced Systems (TAS) in June signed an agreement with US aircraft major Lockheed Martin  to produce F-16 fighter planes in India. TAS, a subsidiary of Tata Sons, already runs manufacturing partnerships with several global players, including Boeing, Airbus and Sikorsky. Tata has previous expertise in running airlines also. Recent Rafale controversy seems to hinge around three things: price, propriety and workshare. On price, two questions arise: one, about a significant escalation in the final agreed price;…

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Jyeshthoputro : A Film That Falls Just Short Of Greatness

Jyeshthoputro : A Film That Falls Just Short Of Greatness

The film begins with the death of the patriarch of the Ganguly household.Superstar Indrajit arrives – rather descends in a helicopter – in his ancestral home after the death of his father.  He stalls the shooting of a film to return to his home-town to be with his family – a disgruntled younger brother and a mentally-disturbed sister. The crumbling ancestral mansion, now infested with snakes and frogs as he says, in the absence of his brother who has…

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The Tashkent Files:The Controversial death of lal Bahadur Shastri

The Tashkent Files:The Controversial death of lal Bahadur Shastri

The Tashkent Files uses the death of Shastri under puzzling circumstances — where he was said to have died of a heart attack even though his body reportedly had cut marks and according to eye witness reports, had also turned blue and bloated within a matter of hours . In the consensus of scholarly opinion, Shastri died in Tashkent, at 02:00 AM on the day after signing  due to a heart attack. At  present, the film raises a few questions such as…

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Toyota Yaris A Pint-Size Sports Sedan

Toyota Yaris A Pint-Size Sports Sedan

Toyota Yaris is either a pint-size sports sedan or a dour subcompact hatchback. Offered in sedan and hatchback body. The two Yaris models have low prices, an unusual amount of standard active safety gear, and easy-to-park dimensions. Yaris models use 4-cylinder engines rated at 106 horsepower, but the sedan’s Mazda-supplied engine is smoother compared to the hatchback’s Toyota engine. The sedan’s Mazda heritage shows through in its driving dynamics. Every time we drive one, we’re pleasantly surprised with its weighty,…

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Is Carbon Fuel An Alternative For Petrol Cars

Is Carbon Fuel An Alternative For Petrol Cars

Carbon, the world environmental headache is going to be a wonder fuel soon. The carbon fuel can be blended or used on its own as gasoline, diesel, or jet fuel. Yes, that’s going to happen very soon. So your old cars may not be obsolete. Carbon Engineering, a Canadian company, is already making a liquid fuel by sucking carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere and combining it with hydrogen from water. This is an engineering breakthrough on two fronts:…

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Trikke And E-Cycles Can Save Modi Government From Drowning In Petrol

Trikke And E-Cycles Can Save Modi Government From Drowning In Petrol

E-cycles are slowly coming in fashion, though Petrol bikes and scooters have been popular in India for a while now and have been running quite successfully still. The survey by Economic Times shows that two-wheelers consume 61.42% of India’s total petrol sales. Petrol consumption by two-wheelers exceeds 70% of total sales in Odisha, Bihar and Rajasthan . The report has said the skyrocketing petrol prices would dampen the demand for motorcycles. Two-wheelers alone consume more than 61.4%…

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