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A hydroponic micro farm is a type of indoor farming system that uses nutrient-rich water as the growing medium instead of soil. It is a compact, efficient, and sustainable way of growing plants and vegetables in a controlled environment without the use of pesticides or harmful chemicals. It typically consists of a water tank, growing trays, and a pump that circulates the water and nutrients to the plants. One of the major benefits of a hydroponic micro farm is that it uses significantly less water than traditional soil-based agriculture. Because the water and nutrients are constantly recirculated, the system can operate with up to 90% less water than conventional farming methods. Another advantage of a micro farm is that it can produce crops year-round, It provides a sustainable solution for producing fresh, healthy food while minimizing water usage and reducing the environmental impact of agriculture.

Micro Farm

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