Bronx students now grow 25,000 pounds of produce in old science lab

THE BRONX -- Students in New York City are getting an education in farming and food thanks to an innovative new program.

DeWitt Clinton High School, one of the Bronx's biggest high schools, has 1,300 square feet dedicated to hydroponic farming which uses only water and no soil.

“Our students here at DeWitt Clinton High School have built a hydroponic farm. These plants are benefiting from recirculating water, which saves 90 percent of the water that you would use in traditional soil-based...

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