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What is Hydroponic Farming
Hunger remains one of the main challenges in our world today. As the global population continues to grow, it has been estimated that our need for food will double by 2050. As farmable land continues to diminish worldwide, hydroponic farming has become a vital solution.
Hydroponic is a type of horticulture that involves growing plants without soil by using mineral nutrient solutions in an aqueous solvent. Terrestrial plants may grow with their roots exposed to the nutritious liquid or in addition the roots may be physically supported by an inert medium such as perlite, or cocopeat. Hydroponics offers many advantages, notably a decrease in water usage in agriculture. Hydroponics takes much less water to grow to produce, it could be possible in the future for people in harsh environments with little accessible water to grow their own food.
Yield from hydroponic Fruits and Vegetables is typically higher than from Fruits and Vegetables are grown in soil, and losses are smaller in hydroponic systems. … When a system of vertical stacking is employed, the yield from an area of land is commonly three times higher when hydroponics is used instead of soil.
Traditionally, plants obtain nutrients from the soil. With hydroponics, the plants get nutrients from a solution instead. Plants make their own vitamins, so vitamin levels tend to be similar whether a vegetable is grown hydroponically or in soil. It’s the mineral content that can vary in hydroponic crops. You can enhance a plant’s nutrient levels simply by adding nutrients to the solution, they’re grown in. You could add whatever you wanted: calcium or magnesium, or minor elements like zinc or iron. The result is that vegetables grown hydroponically could even be “nutritionally superior” to traditionally grown ones. Growing plants in water eliminate the contaminants often found in soil and require only a fraction of the water, making hydroponics the cleanest and most efficient way to grow produce on a large scale.
Budan Farm is a high density fully automatic hydroponic farm near Chandigarh, located at Budanpur village, Banur, Punjab India, We are a team of People who have experience in Hydroponic farming, and who have done a lot of research on Hydroponic farming and Producing Strawberries, Cherry Tomato and Basil (Leaf/Oil). We have a fully automated Polycarbonate laboratory, where we do all research work on different plants, Nutrients for Producing the Best quality Fruits.
Budan Farm believes in the Natural Pollination of Fruits for the best quality and Size Fruit. We have created a natural environment cycle for all the stages of Plant and Fruit Growth.
Budan Farm focuses on the Best quality of Plant and Fruit with a combination of natural and Technical methods, We have taken care of all Precautions to avoid any kind of disease in plants.
We are passionately solving agriculture’s biggest challenges, growing real food for elevated flavor and a brighter future for all.
The future of fresh, local, and safe food is here. Budan Farms grows without pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides and keep the plants happy and your meal times healthy.
We believe in harnessing our full Flavor Spectrum to create the most delicious produce possible. Our Strawberry is sweeter, very juicy, and sweeter than Cherry Tomatoes and we are harvesting millions of data points to prove it.