1. From salon floor to salad bowl: Discarded hair upcycled into urban farming growth medium  CNA
  2. NTU researchers develop way to use human hair to grow vegetables  TODAY
  3. Using human hair to create hydroponic growing media  hortidaily.com
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Researchers from the Nanyang Technological University said they have found a way to use keratin extracted from human hair to grow crops. Researchers from the Nanyang Technological University said they have found a way to use keratin extracted from human hair to grow crops. 

From salon floor to salad bowl: Discarded hair upcycled into urban farming growth medium - CNA

The crop yield from the keratin-based substrates was comparable to that from commercially available ones. Read more at straitstimes.com.The crop yield from the keratin-based substrates was comparable to that from commercially available ones. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Hair used to make new material that helps grow vegetables through hydroponics | The Straits Times

SINGAPORE — Nanyang Technological University (NTU) researchers have found a new way to grow vegetables: By using discarded human hair instead of soil.SINGAPORE — Nanyang Technological University (NTU) researchers have found a new way to grow vegetables: By using discarded human hair instead of soil.

NTU researchers develop way to use human hair to grow vegetables - TODAY

The clumps of discarded hair on the salon floor could one day help to grow your lunchtime salad, thanks to scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), who…

Using human hair to create hydroponic growing media

The clumps of discarded hair on the salon floor could one day help to grow your lunchtime salad, thanks to scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), who…

Using human hair as substrate for hydroponics

The clumps of discarded hair on the salon floor could one day help to grow your lunchtime salad, thanks to scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), who have created ...

Hair finds new roots as urban farming growth medium