By growing our vegetables without soil, using an inert growing solution. Precisely measured quantities of the growing nutrients are given to the plants – feeding them the exact amount of nutrients needed for growth. This is improving the food system in terms of sustainability, higher yields, longer shelf life and the ability to produce more in smaller spaces (Hydroponic). Our aim is to gradually teach the young this method of farming whilst still introducing it into homes through our installations, to make quality produce accessible to all.
Our most innovative solution to bridging the food gap and food security problem stems from teaching the future leaders (School children) in not just understanding the basic principles of farming but encouraging them on the entire farming value chain by creating school gardens and guiding them on the path of hydroponic farming.