Contact us to start your own farm today!
We are a climate-smart urban farming social enterprise that uses Internet of Things technology to design, manufacture and distribute Hydroponic Farms.
Our smart vertical farming farms enable farmers to cultivate directly on site. Use today our smart farms in your office, supermarket, restaurant, hotel, and home to gain access to healthy nutrition every day for the entire year.
Managing a farm is much simpler & smarter with Hydroponic farms -Uganda.
Just connect and start growing your farm, today!
Pesticide Free Farming
Good Quality Produce
Full year Production
90% Water Saving
Automation & Monitoring
Our systems are equipped with modern technology to enable automated control and remote monitoring through your smartphone.
Our hydroponics is a combination of soilless farming and Internet of Things technology. It enables farming on small spaces with up to 200% yield increase, reduces water use by 90% and saves hundreds of hours that could be used to monitor the farm manually through irrigation automation, remote and real time monitoring of the farm through our mobile phone application.
Plastic Waste and Recycling
Hydroponic farms is equally able to tackle the challenges of post-consumer plastic pollution, waste management and climate change while helping farmers and other underserved communities. We collect recycle and transform more than 12 different types of post-consumer plastic garbage and packaging materials into durable and long lasting polyvinyl chloride (PVCs) that we use in our hydroponic Farms.
The Plastic pipes we use are produced from quality-assured recycled plastic that meets the relevant standards, as shown by tests performed with recycled polyethylene (PE), polyvinyl chloride, (PVC), polypropylene (PP), and acrylate-butadiene-styrene (ABS).
Adong women group is comprised of 8 women. They contributed funds to start a commercial hydroponic farm that gives them leafy vegetables to sell on Ugandan streets and earn an income. The initiative has changed their lives completely.
Adong Women group
Meyer is an expatriate living in Uganda who has used hydroponic farms to grow her herbs and spices in Kololo Uganda.
Agnes is a smallholder Strawberry farmer. She has been able to utilize her backyard through use of hydroponics to supplement her income.
I now have vegetables to eat at home for my family. I am planning to raise money and get a big one for growing vegetables for sale.
Thank you Hydroponic Farms. My house has enough food and some money. As a single mother, I have been able to get enough food for my daughter and sale the balance for some money that helps me daily.
(Muhirwa Shirley /Hydroponic Farms User)
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