we can grow and produce food for farm and help with animal livestock.
- 1 hr1 hour
- 25 US dollars$25
- Customer's Place
There are many challenges unique to urban agriculture that does not exist with conventional, rural agriculture. Space is the primary one, along with pollutants unique to the city and the limited amount of natural lighting. An urban farm can include rooftop agriculture or the cultivation of vacant lots. In almost all cases of urban agriculture some form of intensive or vertical gardening must be utilized due to space limitations. Greenhouses are also a popular form of urban farming. Most urban farms grow produce, bedding or perennial plants, although others grow more specialized plants such as poinsettias or orchids under carefully controlled environmental conditions.