The project, called “Nemo’s Garden,” is an experiment in creativity and problem-solving. Ocean Reef, owned by the Gamberini family, submersed twelve pods, called biospheres, beneath the crystal waters off of northwest Italy. Each biosphere is filled with up to 22 planting pots, and the plants are watered by condensation from seawater placed within the pods, which condenses on the roof and drips back down, a simple type of desalinization.
Since the launch, the project has grown in leaps and bounds, with the successful growing of lettuce, beans, red cabbage, basil, and strawberries
Who would have imagined using the ocean as a place to grow our crops.
Source: Nemo’s Garden