How To Produce Food All Year Round

This is the smartest way to practicing dry season farming in Nigeria. We should get to the point that when defining poverty in Nigeria, food shouldn’t be used as a metric. One of the smartest ways to farm all year – both rainy and dry season is hydroponics....

Impacts of introducing hydroponics to Libya’s farms

Libya’s agrarian community is small. The country has a desert climate, so the land is not typically fertile enough to sustain Libya’s farms. Due to this, more than 690,000 Libyans struggle with food insecurity. However, a new hydroponic farm in Libya hopes to enhance...

Climate Change: Hydroponics, The New Face of Agriculture?

Climate change is undoubtedly having adverse effects on the world. Agriculture has not been left out, as food production mostly now relies on developed approaches and techniques to be successful. With an ever increasing population, achieving food and nutrition...

Pollution: A farmer’s desperate cry as waste swallows his land

While the nation is engulfed in the Covid-19 pandemic, a Western Cape farmer would also like to draw attention to, what he describes as, “the plastic pandemic”. His farm is surrounded by plastic and other waste, reports Dona van Eeden. For most farmers, waking up in...