A method of production using soil less medium and a circulating nutrient water system! It’s called Hydroponics, a long awaited episode of the web series.

Mr. Dipsingh, operator of the Choon Hydroponics farm, shares tips on how he brought his enterprise into a success.

He constantly seeks ways to improve upon the farm. He has maximised his space, ensured regular access to seedlings with his own nursery, looks after the well being of his employees and has cut cost by sourcing all material and inputs for the operation right here in Trinidad and Tobago.

Mr. Dipsingh also explained that Agriculture is a sustainable endeavour for himself and his family as he left a high paying job in the IT sector at the executive level, to pursue farming.

Watch the series for more and do share with your friends and colleagues! Stay dedicated!

 

 

 

Tech4agri: The Web series: Ep 4 – It’s called Hydroponics

6 thoughts on “Tech4agri: The Web series: Ep 4 – It’s called Hydroponics

  • November 26, 2015 at 11:36 am
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    Happy to see young minds actively involved in the agri section. At Sou Sou Land we invite you to visit us in Couva. Perhaps we can partner somehow…in a developmental respect in the pursuit of self reliance and sustained growth

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    • November 27, 2015 at 8:56 pm
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      Dear Ann Marie

      Thank you for watching and for your comment. What do you have in mind in terms of collaborating? We provide journalistic services – video production and article writing at the moment. As well as social media consultancy service.

      Best
      Keron

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  • November 15, 2016 at 3:24 pm
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    Hello, I have some questions about the set-up you used for the hydroponic system. I’m in the process of creating one and would be grateful if you could help.

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    • December 15, 2016 at 1:17 am
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      Hello Nelle. We are not the experts of the hydroponic system. We only featured a producer and his system. I would suggested searching on youtube for more information which is what the producer who we featured did to get his system going.

      Best
      Keron

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      • December 16, 2016 at 4:45 am
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        Okay, I understand. Well in that case do you know if the “producer” you featured is able to contact me? I have a client who is interested in the technology and production. My e-mail is Antonelle.white@gmail.com.

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        • January 25, 2017 at 4:04 pm
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          I sent an email to the producers and cc’d you in it. Did the producers respond?

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