N.W.T.'s Polar Egg expanding operations

Hay River-based company seeks solutions to geographic barriers in North.
CBC News
January 10, 2019
By CBC News
The “AgriDome” is a modified northern survival structure made from available construction materials and designed to support hundreds of plants. It features vertical hydroponic growing towers, remote computer monitoring and high pressure sodium (HPS) lighting, with heat provided by a standard 1,500-watt space heater.
The “AgriDome” is a modified northern survival structure made from available construction materials and designed to support hundreds of plants. It features vertical hydroponic growing towers, remote computer monitoring and high pressure sodium (HPS) lighting, with heat provided by a standard 1,500-watt space heater.
CBC News has published a comprehensive update on the Polar Egg initiative in Hay River, N.W.T. Click here for Canadian Poultry's origional report on this project. | READ MORE

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