We would like to reconstruct old, abandoned, unused buildings into hydro farms where we could grow fruits, vegetables, and even fish. If the question is how that would happen? - We would run a lot of pipes with a lot of water inside the building. The water flows inside a huge fish tank, then the fish are fed and the fish waste is transferred to plant through the water. After that, there would be installed rows of floating growing beds and pipes where the water are only the roots of the plant and the plant collects the perfect amount of nutrition it needs. On the ceiling would be a row of adjustable grow lamps (that would be solar-powered, same as the water pumps). With this method, we are not using land to produce fresh vegetables. We are using 95% less water than it would be used in regular land-based agriculture. We would produce 50% faster than regular land-based agriculture because plants would get more light and nutritions when it needs them not when we are able to give them to i...
We would like to reconstruct old, abandoned, unused buildings into hydro farms where we could grow fruits, vegetables, and even fish. If the question is how that would happen? - We would run a lot of pipes with a lot of water inside the building. The water flows inside a huge fish tank, then the fish are fed and the fish waste is transferred to plant through the water. After that, there would be installed rows of floating growing beds and pipes where the water are only the roots of the plant and the plant collects the perfect amount of nutrition it needs. On the ceiling would be a row of adjustable grow lamps (that would be solar-powered, same as the water pumps). With this method, we are not using land to produce fresh vegetables. We are using 95% less water than it would be used in regular land-based agriculture. We would produce 50% faster than regular land-based agriculture because plants would get more light and nutritions when it needs them not when we are able to give them to it.
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