Farming in Extreme Locations
Iceland: A Land With Little Daylight in Winter - Where Glaciers, Geysers and Volcanoes Meet
In Iceland’s cold, dark winter, there are only four hours of daylight. To compensate, farmers use geothermal heat and steam to illuminate greenhouses, where they grow fruits and vegetables, including tomatoes, cucumbers and flowers.
Here are some of the unique, unusual...
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