S. Koreans Turn to Urban Farming to Overcome ‘Corona Blues’

Good News Notes:

The number of South Koreans who seek consolation by cultivating small vegetable gardens or growing companion plants on rooftops or balconies is on the rise.

In a nutshell, they are ‘farming’ using small outdoor spaces like balconies inside apartments.

In the midst of an increase in the amount of time spent at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a growing number of people are attempting to console themselves by cultivating small vegetable gardens.

Also increasing is the number of individuals who share a substantial amount of land on a community level to cultivate vegetable gardens.

The ‘Mujigae Teotbat’ (Rainbow Vegetable Garden), located in Seongdong Ward in Seoul, is a space where people can cultivate vegetables by leasing about 11 square meters of land per household.

This site is run from the spring planting season to the autumn season of harvesting.”

View the whole story here: http://koreabizwire.com/s-koreans-turn-to-urban-farming-to-overcome-corona-blues/186002

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