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    What about permaculture?  Mixing field beans in with barley can yield 85% more than a barley monoculture.  And small-scale farming can actually return more food per hectare.  I am unsure as to whether permaculture and aero/hydroponics are compatible.

    If the farming was done organically, any waste-water would be harmless to the environment and humans and could be either dumped or recycled.

    I don’t think livestock farming would be either feasible or necessary — at least initially.

    Water need not be imported — many ships have desalination plants, making the seawater drinkable.  The simplest and most environmentally friendly would probably be something like a solar still.

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