Wednesday 25 November 2015

Hydroponics ‘answer to Mena food shortages’

Commercialisation of hydroponic farming is a viable answer to Mena countries suffering from a lack of arable land and climate that are unsuitable for the mass production of food, said an industry leader. Food security is a signifi


'Hydroponics can save more arable land': Pegasus

Pegasus Agriculture, a hydroponics leader in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, said its technology of soilless farming can strictly control the use of available arable land for agricultural purpose. The land capable


Sowing seeds for a greener Bahrain

Families in Bahrain are being offered help to grow their own vegetables, to ensure a healthy diet and cut shopping bills. The campaign is being waged by the Agriculture Affairs office in Budaiya, which operates under the wing of the Munici


Hydroponics takes root in Bahrain

A call has gone out to create village farms across Bahrain, using a revolutionary method called Hydroponics to grow crops for local consumption. Hydroponics, which involves growing plants without soil, could help Bahrain combat the effects

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