Urban farming for adequate food supply


Prototype with a potential: Batu Pahat Fama officer Azwan Akimat (second from left) inspecting the poultry farm and vegetable crops system module with Kamaruzzaman and Batu Pahat Agriculture Department agriculture assistant officer Muhammad Izad Zolzali (third and fourth from right, respectively).

A GROUP of students have designed an urban farming system to encourage more people to plant their own produce.

The team of 30 are first year degree students at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Built Environment in Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM).

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