Hong Kong’s rooftop farms may not be lucrative but are a hit with overworked residents

Hong Kong, with its skinny office blocks and apartment towers and busy, affluent residents, might seem an unlikely place for rooftop farming to catch on. The finance and trading hub has rural suburbs, but farming only takes up 700 hectares of its land and …
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