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'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674a) Michel Roux Jnr underground with the mustard, peashhoots and radish 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674b) Michel Roux Jnr underground with the mustard, peashhoots and radish 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674c) Michel Roux Jnr underground with the mustard, peashhoots and radish 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674d) Farm manager Gabriel de Franco checking the growing 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674e) Farm manager Gabriel de Franco checking the growing 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674f) Farm manager Gabriel de Franco checking the growing 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674g) Farm manager Gabriel de Franco checking the growing 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674h) Farm manager Gabriel de Franco checking the growing 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674i) Farm manager Gabriel de Franco checking the growing 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674j) Farm manager Gabriel de Franco checking the growing 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674k) Farm manager Gabriel de Franco checking the growing 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674l) Farm manager Gabriel de Franco checking the growing 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674m) Michel Roux Jnr, Richard Ballardand Steven Dring 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674n) Michel Roux Jnr underground with the mustard, peashhoots and radish 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674o) Michel Roux Jnr underground with the mustard, peashhoots and radish 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674p) Michel Roux, Richard Ballard and Steven Dring 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674q) One of the next tunnels to be used for farming 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674r) Location of Growing Underground on Clapham High Street 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674s) Location of Growing Underground on Clapham High Street 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674t) Location of Growing Underground on Clapham High Street 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674u) Michel Roux Jnr underground with the mustard, peashhoots and radish 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674v) Michel Roux Jnr underground with the mustard, peashhoots and radish 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674w) Michel Roux Jnr underground with the mustard, peashhoots and radish 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674x) Michel Roux Jnr underground with the mustard, peashhoots and radish 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by REX Shutterstock (4889674y) Michel Roux Jnr underground with the mustard, peashhoots and radish 'Growing Underground' food grown in hydroponic farm in abandoned bomb shelter, London - 29 Jun 2015 *Full story: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/qkuf Deep beneath the streets of London a new initiative is seeing food being grown in abandoned bomb shelters. The brainchild of Richard Ballard and Steven Dring, the 'Growing Underground' farm is busy producing herbs, shoots, miniature vegetables and salad leaves. It is housed in an abandoned bomb shelter - leased from Transport for London for 25 years - that used to keep some 8,000 Londoners safe during WWII. In the passageways under London's Northern Line - some 12 storeys below ground - the aim is to grow 2.5 acres of fresh veggies for London restaurants and supermarkets. Thse are grown using a hydroponic system that circulates water enriched with nutrients through trays of plants, which sit on a bed of hemp.
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