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Grown without the need for arable land, and with nutrients applied directly to the plant roots, hydroponic technology allows farming in areas with severe temperatures and water scarcity.
TYPES OF HYDROPONIC FARMS
In countries with abundant sunlight, greenhouse farms are a cost-efficient way to grow crops at a large scale.
Greenhouse farms are particularly suited to grow tomatoes, strawberries, cucumbers, peppers, along with leafy greens.
By using artificial lights, indoor vertical farms can significantly increase the crop yield per square meter.
These farms are by far the most space efficient way to grow crops at large scale, and can be set up inside warehouses, hangars, malls, and retail spaces.
Hydroponic fodder farms present a highly productive and efficient way to grow animal feed using a fraction of the water and land otherwise used in conventional farming.
Green fodder from barley and corn, as well as alfalfa and Rhodes grass grown in hydroponic farms can be fed to horses, beef and dairy cows, sheep, and other livestock.