Commercial Aeroponic Farms

Commercial Aeroponic Farms
Aeroponic Farming-Hamari Krishi

Non Soil Agricultural techniques provide modern farming a strong tool to increase their harvest for a given farm land. These techniques not only increase the harvest by 3-5 times but also decrease water, pesticides, fertilizers usage from 50-80%. We at Hamari Krishi empower Indian farmers to use these new techniques to grow throughout the year using a Polyhouse-Green House Structure and using Aeroponics Agriculture ( Growing in the Air) to do farming.

We at Hamari Krishi empower Indian farmers to use these new techniques to grow throughout the year using a Polyhouse-Green House Structure and using Aeroponics Agriculture ( Growing in the Air) to do farming. Commercial Aeroponic farms can give a better source of income in a sustainable way.

For Commercial farms you basically require 4 things:-

  1. Temperature controlled Structure such as a Poly-house/Poly Carbonate house with Fan and Pad system- This basically helps in growing vegetables as per their climatic needs. The structure helps in controlling temperature and humidity of the environment.
  2. Aeroponic systems to grow vegetables- These are basically of Two Types Vertical and Horizontal. Vertical systems are used for growing leafy vegetables such as Basil, Coriander, Lettuce, Thyme, Spinach, Gerbera etc. Horizontal systems are used for growing climbers and shrubs such as Vine Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Bell peppers, Gourds, water melon.
  3. Hydroponic Nutrients
  4. Water, electricity and Labor:- Good pure water , preferably Aero water.

 

 

 

Commerical Farms Aeroponics 3-A Frame -Hamari Krishi

Commerical Farms Aeroponics 3-A Frame -Hamari Krishi

Cherry Tomatoes Grown Aeroponically-Hamari Krishi

Cherry Tomatoes Grown Hydroponically using Bucket System-Hamari Krishi

Commerical Farms Aeroponics1-A Frame -Hamari Krishi

Commerical Farms Aeroponics1-A Frame -Hamari Krishi

Capsicum -Hydroponically Grown-Hamari Krishi

Capsicum -Hydroponically Grown-Hamari Krishi

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Aeroponic Farming-Hamari Krishi

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