Why do Vertical Farms fail in India? Lack of Market.

In the previous part of this series, we had discussed one of the significant reasons for failures of commercial Urban Farms in India. The fallacies considered there result in substantially high input costs. The higher input costs force the grower to price their produce at a significant premium to the market price. Higher pricing, in Read more about Why do Vertical Farms fail in India? Lack of Market.[…]

How to set-up a simple Hydroponic DWC (Deep Water Culture) gardening system.

A floating vegetable garden in your kitchen – Hydroponic DWC aka Deep Water Culture. A hydroponic, as well as an aquaponic method of growing plants, wherein plant roots are suspended in nutrient-rich, oxygenated water. I can say, DWC is one of the cheapest and most straightforward methods of hydroponics, to grow your leafy veggies like lettuce, Read more about How to set-up a simple Hydroponic DWC (Deep Water Culture) gardening system.[…]

How indoor vertical farming techniques solve most of the issues faced by traditional farmers and bring in more predictability to crop cycle?

There are various reasons why one would want to get involved in vertical farming. Increasing production is obviously one of those but it’s not the only one. By using techniques of vertical farming one can also bring in more reliability to production cycle by taking out variables like pests, soil, sunlight, water and even climate Read more about How indoor vertical farming techniques solve most of the issues faced by traditional farmers and bring in more predictability to crop cycle?[…]