How to Start Hydroponics Farm


                                     

The medium of making use of natural resources to facilitate agriculture and enhance farm produces is what gave birth to “Hydroponics way of Farming”. 


I know you might love to ask what is hydroponics farming all about? 

In a simply word – It is growing of plants using nutrients solutions, in water without the necessary soil composition. 

Hydroponics farming has been so useful in areas where soils are considered not suitable for farming.

Aside from the fact that it enables a water only farming system and neat farming, it also gives farmer the ease of having their plants produce able irrespective of the environment and limitations that soil can bring. 


All that is required s to get the needed nutrients component and solution that supports the growth of whatever crop is been choose and if it is a vegetable farming especially focusing on the likes of – Tomatoes, Pepper, Onions, Vegetables, Cucumber, Lettuces et al, hydroponics farming is just the best for these crops to do well. 


If you are in the Agriculture Industry and you focus on Plantation Agriculture, and you desire to invest into agriculture farming whereby you will be producing food crops and vegetables then Hydroponics will be a good choice for you – consider starting your own hydroponics farm.


Listed below are the important and needful measures you should take to start your own hydroponics farm.


Tips to kick-start your own Hydroponics Farm




1. Carry out a Feasibility Studies: Hydroponics farm is one of the most fragile and lucrative agricultural ventures that need you to 1st carry out feasibility studies to know the effectiveness of the business venture in your area. 


Most smart business owners tends to run a feasibility studies to determine how lucrative and rewarding a business venture will be and this is very necessary If you have huge capital to invest and you wish to establish a rock solid business in Agricultural sector, it is highly recommended that you get a first-hand information on hydroponics farm and farming before you give it a shot.

2. Gather Knowledge on Hydroponics Farming : This is not like a common soil farming that you see everywhere you just have to be well informed about the business you are about to start. Do all you can, get all you can, reach out to experts and those who are knowledgeable in the field so that your investment will be worthwhile. It will be very helpful if you can visit one or two hydroponics farms before you start.



3. Reach out to Local Authority for permission : Just like I have said earlier this is not a common farming system in the society but you can reach out to your local authority for permission especially when you are going on commercial farm system, it wouldn’t make sense for you to  set up a commercial hydroponics farm in your backyard and start producing your own farm produces that will be sold out to people for local consumption you must have permission so that you can have confidence for what you are doing, I understand some countries won’t require you to seek permission but where necessary you should do so and be on a safer side for your business.


4. Find a Suitable Location for your Hydroponics : This is another very important factor you must look out for, seek a good and suitable location for your hydroponics farm so that your enterprise will grow fast, make sure you choose a spacious place and this can be a green village or even in the city as the case maybe. 


5.    Reach out  to Experts :  This can be done in various ways – you can employ experts in this field as well.  You will need them for taking the right steps and establishing some major expertise skills in the construction of your hydroponics farm. 


Hydro Culturist scientists are needed. So while making up your expenditure for the farm set up remember the expert/consultancy fee.


6.    Choose the Crops and Vegetables to Cultivate:  


I will want you to know that not all crops can be planted with hydroponics farming system. 
However there are various crops that you can plant in your hydroponics farm. Some of them include; pepper, tomatoes, onions, vegetables, cucumber, lettuce, flower crops and loads of other terrestrial crops can do well too.
 You can make choices for your cultivars based on your business feasibility studies for examples; you can choose to cultivate plants with high demands in the market so as to make more profits and make your investment a rewarding one.

7.    Create and Build your Own Market : One of the most important factors that will determine how successful you are as an entrepreneur is your market. 

If you don’t have a good market and regular customer network it will be difficult for you to successfully run your own hydroponics farm. 

You will need good capital to run and maintain your own hydroponics farm and the money are supposed to come from the sales of your farm produce aside from the capital investment.

So I hope you have gotten some new ideas to successful run your own hydroponics farm? 


The truth is vegetables are the major crops that are grown with hydroponics farming system and they absolutely do well even their market demand is pretty high so if well-done you can make good profit for your investment in this farming business.

If you have further questions you can drop them below in the comment space below.
 

6 comments:

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    1. Hi Isa,do you supply products to the Uk and Africa?
      Regards,
      Sophie

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  2. I never knew what hydroponics farming was, and this really helped clear the air for me! I think that it's super interesting that there is no soil involved, I can see how that can be very helpful! I think that it'd be a cool thing to grow my own plants from this method, however I'll definitely have to research a lot before I get started! Thanks for this help!

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  3. Its so nice to know about this. I have a natural flare for farming and this will even make it more interesting. Am in Abuja,Nigeria. Pls can you give address of some hydroponic farms in Abuja ? Thanks

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  4. I am happy to be privileged to hear about hydroponic farming. I live in Osogbo,Osun State.May I know if there is anything like that around us here and I want to request that you bring the training nearer to us for the benefit of all in Osun.If this will not be possible soonest,what help can you render to interested fellows? Thanks.

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  5. Hello,
    Thanks for such informative information. I'm very passionate about hydroponic and aquaponics farming.
    Where can i get the training? I would prefer to start from my back garden before going commercial.
    What is the duration of the training? Please i would appreciate more information on the fees for training and how to get started.
    Regards,
    Sophie.

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