Hydroponic Farming

Hydroponic Farming - New Norm of Vertical Farming - Without Soil

Hydroponic Farming - New Norm of Vertical Farming - Without Soil

By 2050 the world's population is expected to grow to nearly 9 billion while the ratio of arable land to population continues to decrease. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation has predicted that the 70% of the food needs in the year 2050 can be produced only by adapting new agriculture technologies like Hydroponics.

Hydroponics, is a method of growing plants in a water based, nutrient rich solution without the use of soil. The root system is supported using an inert medium such as per-lite, rock wool, clay pellets or vermiculite.

Key Features - 1) Year round cultivation in any climatic condition in 1/5th of required land. 2) 5-25 times higher yield vs volume of field crops 3) Only 5-10% of water required as against field crops. 4) Irrigation by speed & time controls thereby saving water / nutrients. 5) Minimum power requirement with space and energy saving. 6) Minimum labor required.

Grow fresh vegetables as well as fodder for cattle yourself. 

Price upon request