City wants to grow own fruits, vegetables
The Jakarta Post
Urban farming is not a peculiar thing for a concrete jungle such as Jakarta, as many of its residents have made use of their small space to grow various plants.
The Jakarta administration also considers it a potential way to deal with rising prices during peak seasons, such as ahead of Idul Fitri.
Officials are drafting a long-term policy design on urban farming in the hope that it w...
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