urbanfoodlabFebruary 4, 2020
Welcome to #farmtalks, I’m Patricia one of the student farmers at the Urban Food Lab. At the end of 2019 I visited Farm.one, a hydroponic farm in Manhattan. At Farm.one they grow edible flowers, rare herbs, and microgreens for chefs at some of the hottest restaurants in NYC, including the two-Michelin starred restaurant Atera. At Farm.one I sampled some of the most flavorful, unique and fresh plants I’ve ever tasted! My absolute favorite was an edible flower called Jambu (pictures 3 & 4) which makes your mouth tingle and numb when consumed. That’s how it earned its nickname the toothache plant for its healing properties as a numbing agent. Visitors are welcome to signup for a Tasting Tour of the farm or for a variety of other classes they offered. Thanks again for the tour @farm.one! And stay tuned for future #farmtalks to learn about other urban farms in NYC. 📸 by the magnificent @carissagouldView post
Experiences from Farm.One
Intro to Hydroponics Webinar, Part 1: Basics, Systems, and Seeding
Part 1 of a two part series, this webinar is intended to be taken in conjunction with Hydroponics 102, but can also be enjoyed as a standalone course. Spend one hour with Farm.One's resident Plant Scientist and hydroponics instructor, covering the basics of indoor farming.
Intro to Hydroponics Webinar, Part 2: Inputs & Conditions
Building on the principles and basics covered in Hydroponics 101, our Hydroponics 102 webinar covers information needed to create optimal growing conditions for your crops. Spend one hour with Caleb learning about optimizing inputs and conditions for optimal plant health.