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Grow your own food!

The potential for small-scale urban farming in India

Urban farming – providing the urban poor with possibilities of growing their own food – is a viable way to improve hunger conditions in cities.

Growing your own food in the city is becoming a global trend; from growing vegetables in recycled plastic bottles in a loft in New York or in a slum dwelling in Manila to community kitchen gardens in a posh neighborhood in London or in a favela in Sao Paulo; people are experimenting with ways of bec

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