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Aquaponics (left): fish feeds the plants which filters the water for the fish. Water in a closed circuit and used for leafy and small size plants without a need of soil. Benefits: no need for fertilizers which avoid runoffs to rivers and oceans and reduce waste of water by 80%.

Microgreens and Sprouting (bottom): Use of small quantities of water for plants to go from seeds to seedlings. Plants are consumed in seedlings stage. Benefits: fast process and plants consumed in their healthier stage.


Hydroponics (below): Use of water in a fertilizer solution in close circuit feeding plants on an inert base without soil. Used for plants that require higher level of nutrients. Benefits: Used for larger plants such as tomatoes, cucumber, strawberries and other plants that require more nutrients. Reduce the water waster by 80% and avoid fertilizer runoffs to rivers and oceans.


Beekeeping (left): Plants that are growing in the hydroponics will require pollination and it is important to have bees for that purpose. New technologies allow for an almost contactless beekeeping process based on plastic bottles that enables less cost and management. Benefits: enables pollination of the plants in the hydroponics and provides honey as a sub-product.

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