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Taking Farms To The Rooftop

by Wangah Wanyama
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Zandile Kumalo, cofounder and CEO of Neighbour Roots, poses on the rooftop of Morningside Mall, in Johannesburg, on April 21, 2023. South Africa’s young hydroponic farmer Khumalo brings farming to the city, helping to fight the environmental woes of increased carbon emissions. She grows her produce on the Morningside Mall rooftop and supplies restaurants and retailers on the below floors with fresh vegetables and herbs. No transportation means less carbon emissions. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)
Zandile Kumalo, cofounder and CEO of Neighbour Roots, stands inside an hydroponic greenhouse on the rooftop of Morningside Mall, in Johannesburg, on April 21, 2023. South Africa’s young hydroponic farmer Zandile Khumalo brings farming to the city, helping to fight the environmental woes of increased carbon emissions. She grows her produce on the Morningside Mall rooftop and supplies restaurants and retailers on the below floors with fresh vegetables and herbs. No transportation means less carbon emissions. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)
Zandile Kumalo, cofounder and CEO of Neighbour Roots, stands inside an hydroponic greenhouse on the rooftop of Morningside Mall, in Johannesburg, on April 21, 2023. South Africa’s young hydroponic farmer Zandile Khumalo brings farming to the city, helping to fight the environmental woes of increased carbon emissions. She grows her produce on the Morningside Mall rooftop and supplies restaurants and retailers on the below floors with fresh vegetables and herbs. No transportation means less carbon emissions. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)
Seedlings are seen in Neighbour Roots hydroponic greenhouse on the rooftop of Morningside Mall, in Johannesburg, on April 21, 2023. South Africa’s young hydroponic farmer Zandile Khumalo brings farming to the city, helping to fight the environmental woes of increased carbon emissions. She grows her produce on the Morningside Mall rooftop and supplies restaurants and retailers on the below floors with fresh vegetables and herbs. No transportation means less carbon emissions. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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