We are working on an integrated fish and vegetable farming system known as Aquaponics (the marriage of aquaculture and hydroponics or soil-less farming system) to engage in all year round production of fish and vegetables such as tomatoes, chillies, cucumber, onions, e.t.c under a controlled greenhouse system. Using only 1/10th of the water used in conventional farming, the system converts fish waste into plant nutrients/fertilizer thereby solving the problems of pests and diseases in vegetable farming like “tuta absoluta” which recently ravaged tomato production in Nigeria causing scarcity of the product and high prices. We plan to produce food in a sustainable manner that ensures food security while providing job and creating wealth in Nigeria.

Hydroponic Fodder Systems

With hay and grain prices reaching record highs and unpredictable weather patterns, our Hydroponic Fodder System allows us to grow nutrient-rich fodder to feed our livestock. This system helps us to optimize the general health and performance of our animals and livestock, while minimizing feed costs. Hydroponic growing removes the need for soil, eliminating soil-borne diseases and pests, weeds, and the use of herbicides and pesticides, while producing 10 times the amount of livestock feed as traditional farming. The system also help us reduce water waste and the amount of natural resources needed to grow while allowing us complete control over climate, nutrients and growing conditions.

Organic Antibiotic

We ensure that all our farm products are grown organically, which is a healthy alternative to those grown using hormones and other “chemicals” that may have negative impact on both consumers and the environment.
To achieve this, we use natural antibiotic sources like Garlic, Ginger and other related herbs that contain natural antioxidants in combatting pathogen and disease incursion on the farm. This system has helped us to maintain healthy flock.