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This tutorial aims to introduce hydroponics culture and build a system for individuals. This technology was documented during the visit to Singapore of the "Nomadic Seas" expedition. We met the Comcrop company that grows aromatic plants (basil, mint...) on an area that is usually unused and worthless: the roofs of buildings!
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This tutorial aims to introduce hydroponics culture and to build a system for individuals. This technology was documented during a stopover in Singapore of the "Nomade des Mers" expedition. We met Comcrop, a company that grows aromatic plants (basil, mint...) on an area that is usually unused and worthless: the roofs of buildings!

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Ce tutoriel a pour but de présenter la culture en hydroponie et de construire un système pour particulier. Cette technologie a été documentée lors du passage à Singapour de l'expédition "Nomade des Mers". Nous y avons rencontré l'entreprise Comcrop qui cultive des plantes aromatiques (Basilic, menthe...) sur une zone habituellement inutilisée et sans valeur: les toits des immeubles !
TranslationThis tutorial aims to introduce hydroponics culture and to build a system for individuals. This technology was documented during a stopover in Singapore of the "Nomade des Mers" expedition. We met Comcrop, a company that grows aromatic plants (basil, mint...) on an area that is usually unused and worthless: the roofs of buildings!

This tutorial aims to introduce hydroponics culture and to build a system for individuals. This technology was documented during a stopover in Singapore of the "Nomade des Mers" expedition. We met Comcrop, a company that grows aromatic plants (basil, mint...) on an area that is usually unused and worthless: the roofs of buildings!