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01 June

Horn of Africa droughts: How a network of groundwater boreholes could help (with borehole equipment resources) Published: May 26, 2024  Author Bradley Hiller: Collaborator, Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Cambridge   Deep groundwater boreholes could help people who now dig their own shallow wells.  Simone Boccaccio/ SOPA Images/ LightRocket/ Getty Images    The Horn of […]

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01 April

AquaCheck supplies soil moisture management solutions helping Kenyan farmers save irrigation water amid drought

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05 December

Revolutionizing Aquaponics: The Unrivalled Potential of UO2-Micro and Ultrafine Bubble Technology In the dynamic landscape of Agriculture, Aquaculture, Aquaponics, Hydroponics, Wastewater treatment and more, Ultra-Oxygen the Water Solution division of Soldevco, has harnessed cutting-edge technology, specifically the UO2-MB/UFB generators, to overcome the critical challenge of maintaining optimal dissolved oxygen (DO) levels. Now, with the inclusion of […]

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14 March

Our system comprises of Six 30x10m Tunnels of which Five are deep water culture (DWC) and One is a Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) system and no stone based methodologies.
We have 10 Dams in a separate fish house, each with different biomasses of Rainbow trout which averages 146kg per Dam or 14.6kg per 1000 L.

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09 January

Agricultural Shade Netting: Protecting Valuable Crops & Enhancing Profits  Agricultural Shade Netting in South Africa Plants, vegetables, and fruits need to be protected from the harsh environments surrounding them. Especially when they are being grown for large scale agricultural purposes. There is no use in growing a crop of which one needs to throw away […]

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08 January

Nigeria: Bridging the knowledge gap in protected cropping     No need to reiterate how CEA offers opportunities to improve food supply and safety. The old story goes that it is more easily said than done, especially when setting up such cultivation settings. That is why Farmer Samson Ogbole and Soilless Farm Lab have embarked […]

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28 December

Solar pumps improve irrigation options for farmers Rain-fed agriculture can be a high-risk venture, particularly with changing rainfall patterns and high-value crops such as fruits and vegetables. Irrigated cropland is twice as productive as rain-fed agriculture (World Development Report 2008), but many farmers do not have access to irrigation infrastructure, including a nearby water source […]

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13 December

Centre Pivot Irrigation Ideal In Water Scarce Environment  In a water scarce farming environment like often the reality in South Africa and many other parts of the African continent, water management for farmers is one of the most important aspects of their farming operations. Although certain parts of the continent traditionally receive abundant seasonal rainfall, […]

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16 August

Flexipump – Simple Water Pumps The Flexipump is very easy to use to water pump – perfect for small scale irrigation. This simple, human-powered pump is designed to be very user-friendly. Both women and men find it easy to manage and it’s compatible with most crops. Weighing it at only 2.5kg, it’s simple to transport. […]

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24 August

Bulk water storage made convenient by Staalboer Staalboer is a Proudly South African company that manufactures steel panel reservoirs for bulk water storage, with capacities and heights ranging from 15,000ℓ to 4,000,000ℓ, and from 1.3m to 4.9m respectively. The structures are fully galvanised and have a life expectancy in excess of 20 years. convenient Bulk […]

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