Farming has become increasingly popular these last couple of months.
- Widespread lockdowns are pushing nationals to grow their own fruit and vegetables from their homes.
- Panic buying had led to bare shelves in supermarkets, leading to a boom in farming
Coronavirus lockdowns are pushing more to grow fruit and vegetables in their homes, providing a potentially lasting boost to urban farming, architects and food experts said on Tuesday.
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