Rooftop urban vegetables better than farm vegetables

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Farmland is increasingly being polluted by pesticides and also by vehicles, notably near urban areas. Since pollution is concentrated at low atmospheric levels, cultivating crops on rooftops may produce high-quality food. Agronomists Liu et al. cultivated leafy greens in Guangzhou, China and found that rooftop grown vegetables were competitive in cost and quality compared to high-end market vegetables.

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