When you look at fruits and vegetables and think about how it is grown, do you picture acres of open fields, rows of tilled soil, and seedlings lining the tops of the mounds? While much of the world’s produce is grown this way, there are other ways to grow produce without large amounts of land — and even without soil!
Hydroponics is the cultivation of plants without using soil. Flowers, fruits, and vegetables are planted in inert growing media and supplied with nutrient-rich solutions, oxygen, and water. This system fosters rapid growth, stronger yields, and superior quality. When a plant is grown in soil, its roots are perpetually searching for the necessary nutrition to support the plant. If a plant’s root system is exposed directly to water and nutrition, the plant does not have to exert any energy in sustaining itself. The energy the roots would have expended acquiring food and water can be redirected into the plant’s maturation. As a result, leaf growth flourishes as does the blooming of fruits and flowers.
WHAT WE PROVIDE
TYPE OF HYDROPONIC SYSTEMS
BENEFITS OF HYDROPONIC SYSTEMS
Hydroponic systems use as much as 90% less water than traditional field crop watering methods, because water in a hydroponic system is captured and reused, rather than allowed to run off and drain to the environment.
Indoor hydroponic systems allow plants to grow almost anywhere all year round.
Hydroponic systems come in a variety of designs including vertical stacking systems that take up a small amount of space.
WHO DO WE CATER TO?
Learn how to grow food in the comfortability of your home. It will help you grow fresh produce with no green thumb required. The ultimate indoor garden that will ripen right in your living room
Restaurants & Supermarkets
Serve ultra-fresh, high-quality leafies, herbs and microgreens are grown in your inhouse farm; truly redefining farm to kitchen, where the farm is in the kitchen.
Providing technology and consultation by the best agronomist to increase the crop yield and operational efficiency.
Educating students using a STEM based practical learning curriculum designed to teach them about farming; from the different types of farming to all the processes that take place within them