Prefab Agri-Cube being placed on a prepared site
Bountiful harvest fills the trays of a Daiwa Agri-Cube prefab garden factory
Community member tending the Agri-Cube's crops
History of a lettuce crop in the Agri-Cube
External view of the 11.7 square meter Agri-Cube E garden factory
External view of the 10.1 square meter Agri-Cube S garden factory
Daiwa House, Japan's largest homebuilder, has introduced a line of prefabricated hydroponic vegetable factories, aimed at housing complexes, hotels, and top-end restaurants. Called the Agri-Cube, these units are touted by Daiwa as the first step in the industrialization of agriculture, to be located in and amongst the places where people live, work, and play.
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