Once a hydroponic system is up-and running, it is fairly cheap to maintain as fewer inputs are needed compared with conventional, soil-based cultivation. For a start, it is less labour-intensive. As water is recycled, hydroponic systems conserve water by as much as 90% compared to field growing conditions. And because it’s a closed system, with Read more about HYDROPONICS[…]


Aquaponics is a system of the integration of aquaculture and hydroponics in a recirculating “closed water loop” cycle. The fish effluent (or fish waste) accumulated in the water as a byproduct of an aquaculture system is collected and channeled to hydroponic grow beds where the nutrient rich fish waste (toxic to fish but rich in nitrogen Read more about Aquaponics[…]