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er and soil resources,"〓 the factory's executive manager, Zhan Zhuo, said. "The technology wou〓ld also allow astronauts, aircraft carrier personnel, and frontier guar〓ds on islands or in deserts to grow fresh produce in impossible conditi〓ons to fill their daily vitamin and fiber needs. China has 160 million〓 hectares of farmland dedm

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icated to growing vegetables. To grow them, fa〓rmers use more than 311,000 metric tons of pesticide and 59 million ton〓s of fertilizer a year, said Li Shaohua, director of San'an Sino-Scienc〓e's Photobiology Industry Institute. "The excessive yet inefficient us〓e of fertilizers and pesticides has done great harm to our environment,〓" he said. "It's high time we find a sustainable and green way to prote〓ct our food security." San'an Sino-Science was founded in 2015 by San'〓an Group and the5

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can produce 1.5 tons of vegetables, suc〓h as lettuce and cabbage, a day. At full capacity, when the energy cos〓t is neglected, it can produce 1,000 tons of leafy greens a year in the〓ory, according to Li. "The high productivity is mainly because we try t〓o emulate the most ideal natural conditions for plant growth, and use t〓echnologies to cater to their every needs." Before entering the plant 〓factory, visitors must put on a dual-layered jumpsuit, goggles, a face 〓mask, rubber gloves and boots, and be disinfected from head to toe. Sne〓ezing in the factory is strictly prohibited. "The standard here is str〓icter than hospital operating rooms," said Zheng Yanhai, a botany resea〓rcher at the institute who works at the plant factory. "Because all the〓 plants are growing in nutrient-filled hydroponic solutions, we do not 〓want germs to get into the liquid and make plants sick." Thanks tA

o the〓 clean environment, plants can grow without antiseptics or pesticides, 〓"you can even eat it fresh out of the bag", Zheng added. In addition t〓o sanitation, scientists also take temperature, humidity, air circulati〓on, light, 5

carbon dioxide, nutrients and other elements into account to〓 create the "perfect environment" for growth. A tightly controlled env〓ironment not only maximizes growth potential, but also allows scientist〓s to create food that suits specific needs, Zheng said. For example, s〓cientists can lower the amount of potassium from lettuce for patients w〓ith kidney problems or increase zinc in cabbage for children by alterin〓g the nutrient soluti1

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    . "This is the fundament〓al difference between a plant factory and conventional farm," he said. 〓"We simply have extensive control over how and when our plants can grow〓, and let nature run its course in the most ideal conditions." The req〓uirements for planU

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    bundle of different wavelengths of light across a wide spectr〓um from ultraviolet to infrared. Plants are "picky eaters that favor b〓lue and red lights", Li said. "If we can figure out what ratio and comb〓ination of lights are best suited for each plant's groW

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