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zerocarbUF150p.jpgA massive WWII bomb shelter in London has successfully been converted into a 2.5-acre subterranean farm growing everything from herbs to broccoli to radishes. The Independent reports chef Michel Roux Jr. teamed with Zero Carbon Food for the project, which uses LED technology and a hydroponics system to maintain the farm, located 100 feet below ground. [Independent] [Photo: Zero Carbon Food]

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