Seawater Greenhouse reaps first Somaliland veg crop grown with just sea water

Madeleine Cuff
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The first harvest | Credit: Seawater Greenhouse
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The first harvest | Credit: Seawater Greenhouse

EXCLUSIVE: Pioneering project in Somaliland delivers first harvest of lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers - all grown using only sea water

A ground-breaking project to grow vegetables with seawater has produced its first harvest in Somaliland, green tech start-up Seawater Greenhouse announced today. The UK firm has reaped a successful...

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