Farms

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, No Soil

    Imagine you’re south of Atlanta standing in the middle a vacant lot of red clay -- barren soil where surely nothing can grow. You’re looking for a produce farm called PodPonics but all you see are…   Read the Article

  • Inside Atlanta's PodPonics

    Published 12/02/13 in People
    Atlanta Urban Farming, Science

    PodPonics, an Atlanta urban produce farm, builds their pods out of recycled shipping containers, recycles water, prevents fertilizer runoff and employs next-generation lighting in order to fulfill…   See the Gallery

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Hydroponic Lettuce

    PodPonics produces many different types of lettuce such as arugula and red oak as well as micro-greens.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Shipping Containers

    PodPonics started with eight shipping containers in a gritty section of Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Graffiti

    PodPonics founder Matt Liotta said that there first containers located in a parking lot on Ponce de Leon Avenue in Atlanta were "decorated for free."    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, New Location

    The new Southside PodPonics location allowed them to increase production ten-fold and provide jobs in a blighted area of Atlanta.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Science

    PodPonics is the science of hydroponics, farming that can be traced back to the 1600s.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Matt Liotta

    PodPonics founder Matt Liotta came up with the idea for his company while jobless and shopping for produce.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, No Soil

    PodPonics uses no soil, very little water and can produce a guaranteed yield.    See the Image

  • Atlanta Urban Farming, Electricity

    PodPonics does require a lot of electricity but uses no soil and very little water.    See the Image