Growing food in an increasingly dry Western climate | DESERTIFICATION

Can we grow crops using 90% less water?

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High-end chefs love it.  Enthusiasts are calling it the future of agriculture.  Environmentalists tout it’ssustainability.  Aquaponics—the practice of using fish to fertilize crops grown in water—may provide a solution for growing food in an increasingly dry Western climate.

What is aquaponics?

While it might seem like something out of Interstellar, the practice of using fish to fertilize crops grown in water has been around for centuries. The materials have g…

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