Agritecture is known as the science, business, and art of incorporating agriculture into a city. As popularized as a term back in 2011 by Henry Gordon-Smith, it aimed to be used in addressing social, environmental, and economic challenges. It also seeks to develop resilient systems despite climate change. It also applies architectural thinking in the design of agriculture (as such marijuana growing) for a built environment.
“I want my friends to understand that agritecture in cannabis growing usually makes of living walls, vertical gardens, and hydroponics systems.
“With the increase in marijuana growing, I highly recommend agritecture as an implementation of hydroponic farming system applications into new and existing structures.”