Aeroponics between Middle East and Africa 4.0.

Africans farmers to Americans and Middle East farmers 4.0.

On the rooftop of the Mishor Adumim industrial park in the desert between Jerusalem and the Dead Sea, an acre of herbs and lettuces provide employment for about 20 people representing the entire Israeli mosaic: Jews and Arabs, religious and secular, Israeli-born and immigrants.

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most vertical farms don’t need soil because they use aeroponics or hydroponic systems — these dispense nutrients needed for plants to grow via mist or water and Africa needs its own version of vertical farm 

It is easily possible to use all these methods in urban household rooftop gardens and vertical farms.

Hydroponics: A technique for growing plants just through water without the use of soil. It is a viable solution for rooftop kitchen gardens in cities where there is shortage of space.

Aeroponics: Another method of growing plants in which nutrients are sprayed and absorbed by roots suspended in the air.

NFT: The nutrients film technique (NFT) has been developed through pyramids of tubes. In this method, nutrients dissolved in water are re-circulated along roots of plants in kitchen garden. 

Vertical farming is a nontraditional method to grow crops, which enables ease of harvesting, no effect of climate, high yield, minimal usage of pesticides, less area requirement, and less water consumption. For instance, one hectare of vertical farming is equivalent to nine hectares of traditional outdoor farming, and saves nearly 200 tons of water on a daily basis.

Vertical farming market is projected to reach $6.4billion by 2023

WhaTech Channel: Agriculture Market Research

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The farm that runs without sun, soil or water

Fighting a looming food crisis

This will be the largest farm of its kind in the world in terms of production capacity: 2 million pounds of greens a year, according to Aerofarms founder David Rosenberg.

But the company's ambitions go beyond selling vast amounts of veg. They also hope to provide an answer to a looming food crisis.

The world's population will hit 8.5 billion by 2030, according to UN estimates, meaning many more mouths to feed.

Most people now live in cities, with 54% of the world's population already living in urban areas.

Rosenberg says innovation is urgently needed to feed everyone, and urban farming might be part of the solution.

"We are building this company to be wildly impactful. Not just to build a few farms, but to change the world

Farming with algorithms

To make sure the greens have everything they need, the company collects data from the plants to create algorithms for growth.

"We built our own software which take images of leaves to understand height, width, length, stem ratio, curving, color, spotting and tearing," says Rosenberg.

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Beyond organic?

In addition to ultra-low water usage, not using any soil further reduces the environmental impact. 

The crops are currently sold at a 20% premium, similar to organic and locally produced food, but because no soil is involved, they cannot get an organic certification, although some retailers consider them to be beyond organic, Rosenberg explains.

The closed-loop system uses only non-GMO seeds and no pesticides, herbicides or fungicides, and so it reduces the harmful agricultural run-off into the environment, says Rosenberg.


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