Peggy Bradley has a Masters degree in civil engineering and used to own her own hydroponics business until she switched focus and became the founder of the Institute of Simplified Hydroponics, a US non-profit. Since 1995, Peggy has worked on creating and teaching simplified hydroponic systems to help people living in impoverished nations.
Part two of Peggy Bradley’s examination of the Fly’s Eye Dome examines how and which crops would be grown in the dome.
In 1965, architect Buckminster Fuller designed a futuristic dome that today could be used as a greenhouse on Mars or as a home here on Earth.
Maximum Yield writer Peggy Bradley suffers from epilepsy and has discovered a reliable at-home method to curb her seizures.
Used for hundreds of years by other cultures to sweeten food and drinks, stevia has still yet to catch on in the modern North American diet despite obvious health...
For years, researchers have searched for a carbohydrate crop that grows well, efficiently, and reliably in simplified hydroponics. It’s possible the search is over.
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