Hydroponics farming is an incoming practice in Kenya. However, it has proved prolific in different parts of the world. Learning how to grow hydroponic fodder at home is essential for plentiful fodder production regardless of the season. Besides, the technology achieves predictable vegetable yields not subject to adverse weather changes.
Peter Chege, the founder and CEO of Hydroponics Kenya, is one of the front row hydroponic farmers in Kenya who has confirmed that the technology is a lucrative breakthrough and a reliable agricultural alternative. According to Chege, hydroponics guarantees fast maturity given that plants no longer have to waste energy in search of essential growth nutrients.