Soil-less farming: 25 kg of tomatoes per plant
Published on Feb 20, 2013
At the Hortiindia workshop-cum-exhibition at Technology Park, Greater Noida, experts demonstrated innovative methods of food cultivation. Watch how horticulturists are able to obtain high yield of tomato by using effective greenhouse technology. (Audio in Hindi)
Soilless agriculture can be performed in controlled environments and established virtually anywhere as it isn’t dependent on land space and fertility. Soilless agriculture addresses many of the concerns we now have about traditional or industrial agriculture. This is why soilless agriculture is the way of future growing in so many parts of the world that have little to no arable land.