Area of 1000 sq ft can produce 400 kg of microgreens every week without the use of any soil, fertilizer or pesticides.
If you have an idea about organic produce and are equipped with basic knowhow, helping others go organic could be a low-cost way for you to set up a business.
Growing urbanisation has pushed farms out of the towns to the peripheries. But a new breed of farmers is taking farming by storm by helping us harvest superfoods sans chemicals and pesticides in our kitchen. Meet some of the urban farmers from around the country who ensure that these tiny shoots or microgreens provide a palate full of health, wealth and goodness.
In this system waste products of farmed fishes will be used to grow plants hydroponically to purify water
More and more professionals are leaving behind their jobs to turn to farming, but it's not the farming that you imagine
Hydroponics or growing plants in water or sand, rather than soil, is done using mineral nutrient solutions in a water solvent
Two things crucial to agritech startups - winning consumers' trust and convincing farmers about new technology
National Agriculture Market is an online platform for integrating 'mandis' across the country
Farmers, the original entrepreneurs, are finding a profitable niche in the vast amount of abandoned land in the Motor City.
The city has enormous woes but also substantial resources. Building a business here serves the greater good more than perhaps anywhere else in America.