Today, we live in an age where rather than building structures that protect from the dangers that lurk in the green jungles, we now actively build similar structures to house and protect these last-remnants of evergreen forests in reserves to preserve the ecosystem.
Fortunately, the hobby of aquaponics has exploded in interest in the past decade. With people all over the world growing their own fruits, vegetables, and even fish in their very homes to save on cost and doing their part in lessening their carbon footprint. Full Nature Farms has taken this several levels higher and created a hydro farm space that is not only self-sustainable, but also doubles as a comfortable living space, flexible office area, and even a showroom!
To do this, Full Nature Farms have taken an old industrial space that has never been used and converted it into a full-on aquaponics setup complete with rows of vegetable and fruit crops. Grown underneath near-laboratory conditions with low-energy LED bulbs and watered with accurate measurements of water that is constantly monitored by a computer system next door based on the crop you are growing. The very same water is then recycled through filtering and returning to its water tanks and back to the fish tanks where necessary bacteria is used to provide nutrients to the plants. Nothing goes to waste here, figuratively and literally!
That’s not all, the entirety of the aquaponics section is also completely modular to your own liking. You can adjust the position of each individual rack to space them appropriately to maximize their growth potential. Additionally, there is also proprietary software for you to take advantage of managing the growth of crops in the closed control center next door.
Full Nature Farms has taken advantage of an worrying time where the growth of the concrete jungle and its horrid influence start to creep into the untouched evergreen. And it is by through creating more small and efficient spaces like these where we can not only reside in, but also performing a responsible action of growing our own food just like how our ancestors did millions of years ago!